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Gordy Kraut Why are you interested in running for this position? We have a great community here in Wall and I appreciate all that this town has to offer.  I want to keep this a place where people want to continue to live and also want to come back and raise their families.  This would also be a...
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Two seemingly harmless words added to a state open meetings law in 2019 have sparked a debate over the rights of citizens to publicly comment at official government meetings in South Dakota, with several school boards at the center of the conflict. The state open meetings law, enacted in 1965, was...
No. 2 Wall never trailed on its way to a lopsided victory over No. 14 Howard in the Class B SoDak 16 contest. It took full control in the second period. The Tigers converted on just one field goal attempt and went on a 3 minute and 56 second scoring drought to close out the first half. The Lady...
South Dakota has some of the weakest laws in the nation when it comes to regulating who decides what should happen to the body of someone who dies, and the vague laws are causing greater expense for survivors, creating emotional trauma for grieving families and funeral directors, and occasionally...
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The Wall Gymnastics flipped into Regions on Friday, Feb. 4th in Chamberlain. They had four advance on to state. Regan Simons who is a senior qualified in vault and floor. Piper Cordes, sophomore qualified in All Around which consists of vault, bars, beam and floor. Rainee Snyder, sophomore...
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Theodore Kjerstad has always had a passion for fixing things and working with his hands. He remembers growing up fixing farm equipment with this dad, which eventually lead him to restore his own vehicle. At the age of 14 he restored and built his first vehicle (pictured). He built it out of...
Photos are by Rodger Slott with Flashbox Photography
Wall Drug Keeps Generations Coming Back for More Sure, there are the clever billboards that line the interstate for hundreds of miles. The free ice water and the legendary donuts. But after 90 years in business, the success of Wall Drug might just boil down to a single word. “Fun,” declares Rick...

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