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Total property tax payments during the last decade in South Dakota have increased by nearly 60% for homes, 47% for commercial property and 28% for agricultural property. Some legislators hope to address those trends during the next legislative session, and some legislative candidates are running on...
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The First Interstate Greater Wall Fund recently had the opportunity to give two grants to our community. The first grant was for a 3D Art Display for the Wall School Art Program. The students in the art program did not have a way to safely display their 3D pieces to the public and this will allow...
Wall Economic Development Corporation announced Deni Martin as its newest board member back in April. Her dedication to helping Wall thrive throughout her career makes her a perfect candidate for her new role. Martin received a Bachelor’s degree in Education and a Master’s degree in K-12 Leadership...
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The South Dakota High School Rodeo Association (SDHSRA) has deep roots in the state of South Dakota.   Countless hours are donated by folks that want to make this association one that can help propel student-contestants on to bigger things. Each year the SDHSRA celebrate our Legendary Honorees....
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Imagine owning a small business and you are searching for qualified technical school graduates to fill positions within your new company. Next, imagine finding a graduate that has all the finely tuned requirements allowing them to seamlessly transition into your company. Now, imagine hiring an...
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Over thirty pilots flew in for the Wall Airport Grand Re-Opening Fly – In on May 11th.  Pilots came from places like Spearfish, Ekalaka, Hot Springs, Custer, Pierre, Philip, Sturgis, Martin, Long Valley, and Rapid City.  Plane models ranged from experimental, to acrobatic, to crop, and working...
The July 2024 proposed Periodicals rate increase amounts to an almost 10% bump for community newspapers that are already paying high rates for subpar service. The rate increase means newspapers are paying about 50% more for postage than three years ago. The USPS is allowed to raise rates without...
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Small businesses in Wall were recognized with a Proclamation by Mary Williams, Mayor, for National Small Business Week for the week of April 28 through May 4.  The resilience of small businesses continues to drive economic growth, fostering competition and innovation that creates opportunities for...
On Saturday, April 20th the Wall Badlands Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated Wakin’ Bacon’s first successful year in business with a ribbon cutting.  The 3 co-owners, Zack Hoffman, Jonathan Arnio and Kyle Barber are local Wall residents who are already finding ways to expand their new business....
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Jerome Harvey, Pennington County Fire Administrator, began the groundbreaking ceremony with well-deserved praises for volunteer firefighters nationwide and residents of the state of South Dakota. It was a beautiful spring day on April 8 when multiple firefighting and law enforcement agencies with a...

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