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Cash Wilson, a junior at  Wall High School, stands behind his hard work, accomplishments, and earnings from this summer. Pictured are his winnings since the first week of June 2017: two saddles, nine buckles, and a set of spurs.
Within the past two years, saddle bronc riding has gained a new competitor, Cash Wilson, a local Wall cowboy.   Wilson began riding saddle broncs during his freshman year of high school. Several of his close family members, who have all participated in the sport of rodeo, have played an important...
Everybody Walks! SD @Wall walkers pose outside the West River Electric Association building before starting their July 24th two-mile walk. Back row, from left: Maverick Ruland, Pruitt Ruland, Miranda Ruland, Melanie Shull, Aimee Paulsen, Susie Kjerstad Radigan, Jackie Heathershaw, Meghan Patterson...
The Wall Community Center post-remodel project.
On Aug. 7, 1984, the small town of Wall, was destined for change.   It was on this day, 33 years ago, that commander of the Carroll McDonald American Legion Post #246, William Bielmaier, signed an agreement with the city of Wall, allowing the city to take over the ownership of the Legion building...
Mayor Marty Huether, First Interstate Bank Greater Wlal Fund Board member John Tsitrian and Wall Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Cheyenne McGriff.
The Wall Archery Range aims to be a fun outdoor opportunity for the Wall community and surrounding region. On Friday, this goal hit the target!   June 23rd marked the grand opening of the Wall Archery Range, located south of the Wall Golf Course. The City of Wall and the Wall Economic Development...
Celebration, gratitude, branding irons and fantastic food all played a part in the Wall Meat Processing Plant Grand Re-Opening.
Celebration, gratitude, branding irons and fantastic food all played a part in the Wall Meat Processing Plant Grand Re-Opening. Wall Meat Processing Plant owners Ken Charfauros and Janet Niehaus invited community members to join them in celebrating the business’ grand re-opening event on Friday,...
Kyla Sawvell and Cooper McLaughlin are pictured here with the shot put placers.
The Wall Squad of five boys and five girls traveled to the State Track Meet in Sioux Falls on May 26th and 27th. On Friday, Allan McDonnell and Bradan McDonnell started the events for Wall with the High Jump. Bradan cleared 5’ 7” finishing 22nd. Allan cleared 6’ 5” for second place. The winning...
The annual Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America fundraiser for the children’s Victory Junction camp stopped in Wall this year. Wall Mayor Marty Huether, right, presented a $1,000 community check to the cause. Shown is Richard Petty acknowledging the donation.
Approximately 150 motorcyclists rumbled into Wall, May 17, for the 23rd anniversary Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America. The celebrity-studded group stopped for a luncheon inside the Badlands Harley-Davidson. The ride was led by former NASCAR driver Kyle Petty. Other riders included legends such...
Jackie Roseth was honored as “Teacher of the Year”, Saturday, May 20 at the 2017 Wall Graduation ceremonies. Pictured from left: Wall School Board President Scot Eisenbraun, guest speaker Mary Roeder, Roseth and  Wall High School Superintendent Cooper Garnos.
Business partners Janet Niehaus and Ken Charfauros have purchased the Wall Meat Processing Plant from Scott Carson.
Ken Charfauros and Janet Niehaus are the new owners of the Wall Meat Processing.   The business, previously owned by Scott Carson, is at 21 N. Creighton Road, Wall. Its telephone number is 279-2348. Though officially owners since April 4, Charfauros and Niehaus plan on a grand opening in the near...
Carter Elshere
Carter Elshere, a senior at Wall High School, recently signed a letter of intent to rodeo for Gillette College. He will be receiving a full ride scholarship and plans to major in Industrial Technology. Carter is the son of Ryan and Chrissy Elshere. Congratulations, Carter! We are so proud of you!

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