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The Air Force will spend $1.5 billion on 35 construction projects to accommodate new bomber planes at a base near Rapid City, according to the base commander. Nine projects are underway, said Col. Derek Oakley, who leads the 28th Bomb Wing at Ellsworth Air Force Base. He spoke Friday to the Black...
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Wall Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) held their annual meeting on Wednesday, November 15. The guest speaker for the event was Hani Shafai who is a professional engineer & president of Dream Design International, Inc. Kalie Anders Kjerstad was recognized with a clock from the WEDC board...
A Wall High School graduate has made his dream come true. William Hustead has brought his "lawyer shingle" to his hometown in Wall, SD. "I am thrilled to be returning to my hometown," said William. "I have been dreaming of this day ever since I started law school eight years ago and am so grateful...
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The Cedar Butte Challengers 4-H Club started their new year by holding a meeting at the Wall Rodeo Arena.  During this time the club welcomed new members and elected officers.  Those newly elected to officer positions: Pacey Williams, President; Graysen Paulsen, Vice President; Fallon Ostenson,...
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The small, somewhat worn meat processing plant in rural Wall seems an unlikely place for the birth of a new trend in South Dakota agriculture. But it could fundamentally change the economic landscape for the state's $1 billion annual beef cattle industry. The 2,400 square-foot Wall Meat Processing...
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It is the goal of the South Dakota Department of Education (SD-DOE) for all students to complete high school, graduate from college and enter the adult world “life ready”.  As the country kids of Wall school would know from growing up on the ranch or the farm, that would be something their folks...
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Drive any direction in South Dakota, and it won’t take long to find cattle. The same can’t always be said for South Dakota-raised beef products, but that’s changing. After the COVID-19 pandemic exposed problems with large meatpacking monopolies, entrepreneurs are capitalizing on government grants...
The Wall School District School Board earned the highest honor for their board work during the 2022-23 school year. The Wall School District School Board earned a Gold Level award for their participation in the Associated School Boards of South Dakota’s board recognition program: ALL, which stands...
We are in a world of all kinds of news at our fingertips. Some days it is right in front of our eyes, and we can believe whatever we want as there are journalists out there wanting to win the world over with their “firsthand” knowledge of issues. What we do with that information is up to us.We...
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The Wall City Council recognized Sergeant Randy Harkens, of the Pennington County Sheriff Office, for his nine years of excellence in leadership and dedication in protecting the citizens of Wall and the surrounding area from 2014 to 2023.  Sgt. Harkins was presented with a City of Wall Proclamation...

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