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Jackie Kusser was awarded a beautiful sculpture for her 20 years of service to Wall Drug. Kusser grew up in Minnesota, moved to Wall when she was 21.  Kusser’s twin daughters Jada and Kadence also became a part of the Wall Drug work family a year and a half ago.  “I enjoy having them work at the...
Waiting patiently for the go signal.
Conrad Kjerstad came up with the idea to offer a youth basketball camp for kids in grades kindergarten through third grade. Kjerstad’s goal is to get kids in the gym, away from electronics, and offer the opportunity to have fun. Kjerstad added that he didn’t want to put added pressure on parents...
This time of year gives people many different reasons to gather. People get together with friends and family, they may host or attend parties, enjoying and making the most of the holidays. For years, the Wall community has hosted various holiday events and activities for families and people of all...
On November 20-21 at the South Dakota Farm Bureau Convention ,Kassidy Eisenbraun was elected to fill the Women's Leadership Team (WLT) District 6 position, vacated by Mary Nelson of Phillip. Kassidy Eisenbraun is married to Tyrel Eisenbraun and lives on a family farm and ranch west of Wall with...
On November 20-21, 2020, the South Dakota Farm Bureau (SDFB) held their 103rd Annual Convention in Rapid City. During this two day event that included agricultural policy discussions, election of board leadership and special awards.This year Wall Meat Processing and the Red Rock Restaurant of Wall...
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...
Photo courtesy Mama Law’s Photos
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...
Courtesy photo  Mama Law’s Photos
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...

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