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Donkey Basketball tournament
Black Hills Federal Credit Union employees took to the hardwood floor Saturday, Dec. 5, in their first ever Donkey Basketball tournament appearance. BHFCU ended up placing third in the single elimination tournament, in an amazing show of athleticism, encouraged cheating, and some very stubborn...
Warren Jack Fenner, 95, passed away Tuesday, December 8, 2015. He was born in Dalzell, S.D., the son of Newton Hack and Susie Belle Miner Fenner. Warren married Loretta June Nelson on February 5, 1942 in Newcastle, Wyo. He served in the Army during WWII. He was stationed in North Africa, Italy and...
Don Haynes presenting a donation to Carol Hoffman for the Country Cupboard Food Pantry.
Modern Woodmen of America members in Wall recently provided assistance to the Country Cupboard Food Pantry. The local Modern Woodmen chapter donated $250.00 to help buy groceries to stock the shelves as part of the organization’s Care and Share Program.  Care and Share is a nationwide program that...
Pastor Russell Masartis is new to the Wall United Methodist Church. Russell and his wife, Donna, moved to Wall in July, 2015.   Pastor Russell and Donna were both born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with Russell graduating from the California University in Pennsylvania with degrees if...
Wall’s St Patrick’s Church welcomes Father Tim Hoag. Hoag graduated from Philip High School in 1985 and then attended Black Hills State University. He then attended  Immaculate Heart of Mary Seminary in Winona, Minn. from January of 1987 to 1991 and received a bachelors degree in philosophy.  He...
Wall Eagle Carter Elshere (#15) with the football and Camden Sawvell (#28) in the back ground at the rainy Oct. 22 football game in New Underwood.
The Wall Eagles would travel to New Underwood to take on the Tigers in the last regular season game. Both teams would need a win to advance to the SDHSAA play-offs. It was the Wall Eagles who convincingly won the battle and would advance to the play-offs while the Tigers would end their season....
Kyla Sawvell (#20) ready to block the ball.
The Lady Eagles played the New Underwood Tigers at home on Monday, Oct. 5. Stats: S1 S2 S3   Final Wall: 25 25 25 3 N.U.: 12 22 17 0 Attacking: Johnston, attack kills - 6, kills per set - 2.0, kill percentage - 35.3, attack attempts - 17, errors - 3; hit percentage - .176; K. Bielmaier, attack...
The Eagles preparing to hold off the Philip Scotties' offense.
That’s the phrase of the offense. The sweep game allows the rest of the offense to be successful. The Wall Eagles finally put a game together. Many around the area, even the State are asking what happened? Is that a misprint? How could the 0-5 Eagles route the 5-0 number four ranked 9A Scotties?...
Golden West board member Rod Renner was recently inducted into the South Dakota Association of Cooperatives Hall of Fame.
The 63rd annual meeting of the Golden West Telecommunications Cooperative was held at the Wall Community Center on Saturday, September 26. The 300 members attending the event elected three board members, heard of the growth and performance of their cooperative and enjoyed lunch, entertainment and...
An aerial view of the Horton Ranch.
The Horton Ranch is 100 years old this year. The homeplace had been homesteaded (located near Interior, South Dakota) by Patrick Crotty. He was born in Iowa, of Irish-born parents. He was a railroad engineer with a wife and family living in Norfolk, Neb. in 1900. He was in his forties when he...

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