St. Lawrence Registration Set for Tuesday
Preschool and kindergarten registration at St. Lawrence School is Tuesday, March 13. Registration is held in the preschool room at the school from 3:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. Children are required to be age 3 by Sept. 1, 2018 to enter the 3-year-old preschool and age 4 by Sept.... Read more
Uniquely You Author to Visit Library March 19
Do you ever feel like you’re walking a tightrope between big career dreams and little humans? Audrey Jo Rider, author of Uniquely You, takes you on a journey from comparison to confidence, imperfection to uniqueness, and panic to planning! The Grant County Public Library, in conjunction with their adult... Read more
Parent Meeting Postponed at MHS
The parent meeting set for Monday, March 5, at 6 p.m. in the high school theater has been rescheduled for Tuesday, March 27. The meeting will focus on youth and teenage stress, boundaries and supports, bullying and peer pressure, and warning signs or anxiety or depression. Read more
Zemlicka Gets 3-Gallon Pin at Blood Drive
The American Red Cross Blood Drive held Tuesday, February 27, at Unity Square in Milbank suffered from lower than average attendance, according to organizer Margaret Skoog. Skoog said, “The drive fell short of its goal of 110 units – just 86 units were donated.” “A lot of people were... Read more
Middle School Students Spell it Out
Savanna Osowski represented Milbank Middle School at the regional spelling bee in Watertown on Saturday, February 24. She placed fifth. The top three finishers from the regional bee advance to the state bee to be held in Vermillion on March 17. Regional qualifiers are: Nathan Gemechis from G Mikkelson... Read more
King and Queen Announced at Milbank Care Facilities
Residents of long-term care facilities in Milbank held Valentines Day celebrations. The events included the crowning of royal couples at each home. Ken and Marge Keller reigned over Park Place Assisted Living. St. William’s Care Center crowned Albert and Lucille Folk as king and queen. At Milbank Care and... Read more
Younger Students From MHS Explore Future Careers
Milbank High School Career Day was held Wednesday, February 21. Traditionally for juniors and seniors, this year, freshman and sophomore students were given the opportunity to explore a variety of career paths. Local businesses showcased their industry and explained the skills, qualifications, and aptitudes needed for successful careers in... Read more
Grant County Library Presents Build A Better Cupcake
The Build a Better Cupcake workshop will be presented at the Grant County Public Library on Monday, February 26, at 6:30 p.m. The program is in conjunction with Build a Better World, the adult reading program underway at the library. Darcy Hupke of Milbank will lead the cupcake decoration.... Read more
MHS Pops Concert Held

MHS Pops Concert Held

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The MHS Music Department presented their annual Pops Concert February 12, in the high school theater. Group numbers were performed by the band, choir, the jazz band, the senior girls, and the 2017-2018 drumline and colorguard. Kassidy Wellnitz and Jodi DeVaal served as emcees for the show. Solos were... Read more
Dexters Put Heart and Soul Into Marriage For 72 Years
Have you heard this saying: Marriage is like a house. When a light bulb burns out, you don’t buy a new house, you fix the lightbulb? If you understand it, you understand how Cliff and Lillian Dexter view marriage. And Cliff and Lillian are experts on the subject. Cliff... Read more