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On December 2nd, Wall Economic Development Corporation held the Fourth Annual Parade of Lights. There were 13 floats presented by: City of Wall, Child Evangelism Fellowship, Wall Grocery Store, Cedar Butte Challenge 4H Club, Little Outpost, Old Macdonald Bri- gade, Wall Building Center, First...
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   When children learn about another culture’s traditions, they develop a sense of care for that tradition and care for another culture.  It is important to learn about other cultures, religions, and holidays aside from our own. It is important to learn about some of the unique and amazing things...
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The Wall Economic Devel- opment Corporation held their Sixth Annual Meeting on Wednes- day, November 17th. Forty-five people attended the meeting, in- cluding elected officials Penning- ton County Commissioner Chair Gary Drews and Travis Lasseter and Wall City Council Members Rick Hustead and...
Some people wear a lot of hats, but Brad Montague’s got them all beat. The New Underwood res- ident and owner of Star of the West Hat Company churns out be- tween 700 and 800 hats a year. That’s after slowing his pace. “One year, I just kept push, push, pushing,” Brad says. “When I came home on...
A new live feed camera has been installed in the County Ad- ministration Building to allow cit- izens to view the waiting area located in front of the Treasurer’s Office in real time. “We receive a large number of telephone calls from citizens each day asking how long the line is and what their...
Wall residents have noticed street improvements this past month throughout 6th and 7th Avenues, Glenn, Do- rothy, and North Streets. Simon Contractors and KLJ Engineering are in charge of this street project.As of Tuesday morning a small amount of curb and gutter remain to be set and then...
Wall Economic Development Corporation is proud to announce the Governor’s Office of Economic Development has awarded the or- ganization a workforce recruitment grant in the amount of $9,750.00. “We are planning to use market- ing funds to attract trade industry workers to our community and pro-...

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