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The Wall Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) held their Fifth Annual Meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 18th.  Members of the current  Board of Directors introduced themselves: Mary Williams, Marty Huether, Carolynn Anderson, Josh Geigle, Kallie Kjerstad, Cindy Hauk,  Steven Edoff, and High school...
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Nov. 11 Veterans Day – What a great day to honor our Veterans. They are on our minds more than just one day. We are always thinking about the sacrifices they made for their families and our country. We are so proud of all these individuals.The Badlands Quilters started about three years ago giving...
Lieutenant Governor Larry Rhoden and Senate Ag Chair Gary Cammack met with the Wall Economic Development Committee to discuss long term legislation for the benefit of local businesses highlighting the Beef Industry on October 26. Included in the meeting was the review of the Wall Industrial Park...
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On Oct. 14th students gathered at the Wall Football Field to attend the Fields of Faith. The weather wasn’t favorable with the temperatures being cold and the wind blowing.Fields of Faith is the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. This event is  put on each year.  This year the event had two speakers...
Courtesy photo Chelsea Tobin, Pioneer Review
Two area health care facilities were recently awarded marks of excellence for the care that they provide.  Both the Philip and Kadoka Nursing Homes received Five Star ratings in assessments that were completed in September. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) created the Five-Star...
Courtesy photo U.S. Army National Guard
Aaden Kroells, the son of Michael and Jessica Kroells originally of Wall, swore in as the newest member of the South Dakota Army National Guard during an enlistment ceremony at the Military Entrance Processing Station in Sioux Falls, Sept. 28.Kroells is a junior at Pourdre High School in Fort...
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Black Hills FCU recently presented a $1,000 check to the Wall Ambulance Service to go towards the purchase of a new cardiac monitor. The only cardiac monitor in the Wall Ambulance fleet will be obsolete by year-end, making the need to raise funds for a new monitor critical.Eastern Pennington County...
Chelsea Tobin
South Dakota legislators are working together to potentially allocate a portion of the $1.25 billion CARES Act federal funding that the state is set to receive. Governor Noem announced in late June that $200 million in CARES Act funding would be made available to cities and counties in South Dakota...
Jerri DellJerri Dell was born and raised in Spearfish where she graduated from Spearfish High School in 2008. Dell then went on to Black Hills State University to receive her Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Mathematics Education. She will be finishing her Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction...
Working in Wall is a good fit for Deputy Kari Smith and her family. Deputy Smith grew up in the small town of Geneva, Nebraska.“What I like most about working in Wall is the friendliness of the community. Since moving to Wall about a year ago, my family and I have not once felt unwelcomed here. I...

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