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Wall to Wall Champions: Small South Dakota town supports youth in and out of the arena  Tri-State Livestock News

There must be something in the water in Wall, S.D. Or maybe it's in the dirt—arena dirt—because a lot of youth rodeo champions hail from the area. Or maybe it's ...

Cash's prizes: Wall, SD Junior captures NHSRA Saddle Bronc Championship  Tri-State Livestock News

Cash Wilson's name has been floating around the top of the leaderboards in National Little Britches Rodeo Association Finals, International Finals Youth Rodeo, ...

Wall's Wilson wins NHSFR saddle bronc title  Rapid City Journal

Cash Wilson came into the saddle bronc championship short go at the 2018 National High School Finals Rodeo on a bronc riding high. The Wall junior has ...

Wall football thriving under new leadership  Kotatv

The Wall High School Eagles are 6-0, thanks in part, to their new head coach/athletic director, Lex Heathershaw.

Take it to the bank: Wall, South Dakota sophomore Cash Wilson claims two saddle bronc championships  Tri-State Livestock News

Wall, S.D., cowboy Cash Wilson just finished his sophomore year of high school, and has already been crowned a world champion. The young saddle bronc ...

Wall High School students attended State Student Council Convention  Philip Pioneer Review

Wall High School attended the 30th Annual State Convention of the South Dakota Student Council Association (SDSCA) which was held in Rapid City, SD on ...

Black Hills Stock Show Foundation names winners of 2019 scholarships  Tri-State Livestock News

Black Hills Stock Show Foundation announces scholarship winners. Each year the Black Hills Stock Show Foundation awards scholarships to graduating ...

More teams joining S.D.'s high school trap shooting league  Watertown Public Opinion

A total of 949 students from 36 South Dakota high school teams are participating in the South Dakota State High School Clay Target League's (SDSHSCTL) ...

High School Basketball: Hess pulling double duty as Wall boys, girls coach  Rapid City Journal

Wall basketball coach John Hess hasn't had too much time to himself this winter. In fact, he hasn't had too much time outside of the gym at all.

"Break the Chains" Addresses Bullying, Suicide in Small Communities  SDPB Radio

South Dakota has the third highest suicide rate for young people in the country, and overall suicide rates in the state are on the rise. One woman from.

James Bert “Jim” Willuweit: 1945-2018  Tri-State Livestock News

James Bert “Jim” Willuweit was born November 10, 1945, to Bert and Nellie (Connelly) Willuweit in Quinn, South Dakota. He attended Big White School through ...

Estes, Elmer 'Bud' | Veterans |  Rapid City Journal

RAPID CITY | Elmer L. "Bud” Estes passed away Jan. 10, 2015, at the Hospice House in Rapid City, having lived at his own home until his final four days.

College Football: Kjerstad's career comes to an abrupt end  Rapid City Journal

On Friday, the night before South Dakota State was set to take on Illinois State, Wall High School graduate Conrad Kjerstad sent a text message to Jacks ...

Lytle families honored with CSC’s Family Tree Award  Rapid City Journal

The families of brothers Joe (1957) and Larry Lytle (1956) were honored with the 2016 Chadron State College Family Tree Award at Homecoming Saturday.

BHSS 20X Extreme Rodeo showcase 2018  Philip Pioneer Review

Eight Wall High School Rodeo athletes have been invited to compete at the BHSS 20X EXTREME RODEO which showcases South Dakota High School rodeo ...

Area sports scene saw a lot of success in 2016  Rapid City Journal

St. Thomas More once again had a strong athletic 2016, winning three state titles, while mainstays like the Rapid City Post 22 American Legion baseball ...

Cowboy Cash to place in top five at nationals  Philip Pioneer Review

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 ...

BHSS Foundation names scholarship winners  Tri-State Livestock News

The Black Hills Stock Show Foundation has announced the 2018 scholarship winners. There were 35 applicants vying for ten scholarships.BRIANNA ...

Girls find cell phone recording in locker room  KEVN Black Hills Fox

South Dakota's internet Crimes Against Children Task Force will investigate the discovery of a cellphone in a locker room where girl volleyball players were ...

Wall race car driver dies when car falls off jacks  Rapid City Journal

Travis McDonnell sent a text to a friend and fellow race car driver just 24 hours before he was found dead Monday beneath a race car in his garage north of Wall.

High school rodeo: Johnstons juggle time with a rodeo way of life  Rapid City Journal

For the Sam and Cary Johnston family of Elm Springs, the month of June means packing up the pickups, hitching the horse trailers and hitting the road for a ...

Foxy lady: Pauley sneaks mare out of family sell pen, trains her to succeed in multiple events  Tri-State Livestock News

A valuable horse doesn't have to be hard on the checkbook. But some of them are hard on the joints while they are learning their job. Such was the.

HHS track project awarded  Hillsboro Times Gazette

Todd Ford says it was an honor to design the track and field complex for Hillsboro High School that recently earned the school district an American Sports.

Top of the class for May 25  Rapid City Journal

Academic honors. Chadron (Neb.) State College: President's list: Clint Sasse, Batesland; Stachia Reuwsaat, Black Hawk; Kelli Wilson, Elm Springs; Lissa ...

High school roundup: Rapid City Christian sweeps at 7B meet  Rapid City Journal

Both Rapid City Christian boys' and girls' track teams took first place at the Region 7B track meet at Hart Ranch on Thursday.

General Store brings quality and new life to Piedmont's rejuvenated Main Street  Rapid City Journal

Lane Shull and her husband, Zach, hope their new store with its emphasis on old-time quality will give I-90 motorists another reason to stop in Piedmont.

TOP OF THE CLASS for April 28  Rapid City Journal

Spearfish team qualifies for national tournament. The Spearfish High School speech and debate team qualified six speakers and three alternates for the national ...

Top of the class for May 11  Rapid City Journal

University Center awards. The following students were honored at the University Center-Rapid City during its annual awards program April 27. Outstanding ...

State's senior warrant officer hangs up boots after 42 years  DVIDS

RAPID CITY, S.D. - “I was sitting with the recruiter and my parents, ready to sign the dotted line,” said Chief Warrant Officer 5 Darla Crown. “I looked at my ...

Top of the class for April 27  Rapid City Journal

Mines students second at contest. The American Society of Civil Engineers student chapter at South Dakota School of Mines & Technology took second in the ...

Six Artists Honored | River City  Yankton Daily Press

Six individuals with Yankton School District ties who have been instrumental in the arts will be inducted into the Yankton High School Fine Arts Hall of Fame ...

For Rollie Wilson, the Lakota Legends Rodeo is a return to his roots  Rapid City Journal

For a rodeo cowboy looking to qualify for the big money year-end championship events, the summer months mean plenty of time away from the place he hangs ...

Scholarship to help small-town girl  Rapid City Journal

Katie Lensegrav said she learned the value of time management when she rode a school bus for 43 miles each day from kindergarten to eighth grade in Interior.

Top of the class for June 2  Rapid City Journal

Honored. Meade School District Curriculum and Technology Director Jeff Ward has been named the 2013 Curriculum Leader of the Year by the South Dakota ...

Top of the class for March 3 | Education |  Rapid City Journal

Scholarships. Jasmin Fosheim of Pierre was named a Randall Scholar at Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell and received at $15,000-a-year scholarship.

Survivor raises awareness of testicular cancer  Rapid City Journal

It's a rare day that John Covell doesn't talk about testicular cancer with someone, usually a young man reeling from a recent diagnosis.

Top of the class for March 10  Rapid City Journal

Scholarships. Asahi Mueller of Box Elder received a $4,000 University Scholarship from Minnesota State University Moorhead. Tracy Shinost of Rapid City ...

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