Free Churros at Taco John’s for World Down Syndrome Day
Taco John’s is rocking their socks during World Down Syndrome Day on Wednesday, March 21. According to Brian Fox, owner of Taco John’s in Milbank, the staff at Taco John’s will all be wearing colorful and mismatched socks to show their support. Fox invites you to rock your socks,... Read more
Babysitting Workshop to be Held in Milbank
Want a job babysitting this summer? The Grant County 4-H office will hold a free basic babysitting clinic on Monday, April 22 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Grant County Courthouse community room. The workshop will include sessions on caring for infants and young children, safe cooking... Read more
Schwagel Family Meets Kane Brown in a Tribute to Tanner
Kane Brown, the country singer who became the first artist to have simultaneous number one hits on all five of Billboard’s main country charts, met backstage with members of Tanner Schwagel’s family prior to his sold-out performance at the Swiftel Center in Brookings. Brown extended the special meet and... Read more
Katie Wollschlager is MHS Student of the Month
Katie Wollschlager, a senior at MHS, has been chosen as the February Student of the Month. She is the daughter of Brian and Janelle Wollschlager. Katie has been a member of the volleyball, basketball, and track teams. She also sings in the choir. Katie was a class officer during... Read more
New Time Set for Middle School Concert
The Milbank Middle School choirs and bands will present their mid-winter concert on Thursday, March 7. The performance begins at 6 p.m. in the Milbank High School Theater. Please note this is a new start time to accommodate previously scheduled activities and the middle school dance at 7 p.m.... Read more
Movies & Munchies at the Library– The Forsyte Saga
The next Movies & Munchies at the Library program begins this Wednesday, March 6. The British movie serial, The Forsyte Saga, begins at 12:30 p.m. at the Grant County Public Library and welcomes all movie lovers. The saga chronicles the lives of three generations of an upper middle class... Read more
Introduction to the Healing Touch of Reiki at the Big Stone Library
Would you like to learn how healing touch might help your family? What is Reiki? How can it help you? Candy Mohnsen, a certified healing touch practitioner and Reiki master, will answer these questions and dozens more. Mohnsen will speak on the benefits of energy therapy and the ancient... Read more
Games & GigGles After School at the Big Stone Library
Children, parents, and grandparents are invited for games of all kinds and for all ages at the Big Stone Library on Wednesday, February 27 after school until 5 p.m. Come, have fun, and go as you please. No registration is required. A light snack will be provided for the... Read more
30th Annual Piano Festival to Be Held
The 30th Annual Piano Festival, sponsored by the Milbank area piano teachers and showcasing local students, will be held on Sunday, February 24, at 2 p.m. in the MHS theatre. To celebrate the 30th anniversary the recital will also feature an ensemble for two pianos and eight hands, performed... Read more
Red Cross Blood Drive at Unity Square on February 19
According to Margaret Skoog, coordinator of the Red Cross blood drive in Milbank, blood supply is very low. She says demand remains high, but only five percent of people able to give blood have actually seen the inside of the bloodmobile. That can change, though, when you make your... Read more