Kristi Lingert and Nancy Paulson to Retire from MHS
Kristi Lingert and Nancy Paulson, two long time instructors at MHS, submitted letters of resignation to the Milbank School District Board of Education at their regular meeting on Monday, January 13. Both resignations become effective at the end of the 2019-2020 school year. Ms. Lingert has been teaching biology... Read more
First Baby of 2020 in Milbank Born to Alex and Daria Liebe
Olivia Annalise Liebe is MIlbank’s first little lady of 2020. Olivia was born Friday, January 10 at 5:18 p.m. at Milbank Area Hospital Avera to Alex and Daria Liebe. She weighed in at six pounds and 12 ounces and was 19 inches long. “We both easily agreed Olivia would... Read more
Schulte Twins Named Top Violinists in the State
Violinists Joseph and Rachel Schulte and Nicholas and Veronica Fonder were selected by audition for the Fourth Annual South Dakota Middle School All-State Orchestra. Joseph received the highest score of any violinist in the state and will be the concertmaster of the orchestra. Rachel received the second highest score... Read more
Dustin Johnson Elected to FSA Committee
Dustin Johnson was elected to represent the Local Administrative Area 3 (LAA 3) at the Grant County FSA Committee election conducted by the Grant County Farm Service Agency (FSA). Local Administrative Area 3 (LAA 3) includes Adams, Georgia, Madison, Stockholm, Troy, and Vernon townships. Farmers who serve on the... Read more
Lower Level Scores/Results for January 6 – 9
Junior Varsity Girls Basketball Team Members – Isabella Anderson, Tatum Berry, Emily Wollschlager, Camryn Wiese, Jenna Dexter, Hillary Morton, Josie Adolph, Elsie Seffrood, Ellie Neugebauer, and Madi Loeschke No scores to report Junior Varsity Boys Basketball Team Members – Karson Weber, Sawyer Gauer, Stevie Ash, Justus Osborn, Aiden Foell,... Read more
Paul and Dawn Vander Wal Plant Deep Roots in Milbank
At Dakota Country Ag Services, the coffee is always on and there’s cold pop in the fridge. But this Friday and Saturday, if you want to talk shop, you’ll have to head to the Grant County Farm and Home Show. Paul and Dawn Vander Wal, owners of Dakota Country... Read more
Deutsch to Seek Another Term in SD State House
State Representative Fred Deutsch (R-Florence) today announced he is seeking another term in the South Dakota State House representing District 4, which is composed of Grant, Deuel, rural Codington and rural Brookings Counties. “Serving South Dakotans in District 4 at the Statehouse has been the honor of a lifetime,... Read more
Lane Lindquist Honored by South Dakota Coaches Association
Lane Lindquist, former MHS teacher and coach, received the Friend of Football award from the South Dakota Coaches Association. MHS Athletic Director Adolph Shepardson presented the award on behalf of the association and MHS at the basketball game in the Milbank Armory on December 19. “Lane has played a... Read more
Bryan Lambrechts Retires After Serving Milbank for 39 Years
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem declared December 27, 2019 as Bryan Lambrechts Day in South Dakota. Lambrechts retired that day from his duties at the City of Milbank after 39 years of service. Governor Noem commended him on his dedication, honesty, and work ethic. She also recognized his contribution... Read more
I-29 Closed Watertown to North Dakota Border-
The South Dakota Departments of Transportation and Public Safety are advising motorists that Interstate 29 will be closing from Watertown to the North Dakota border, both north and southbound, effective immediately. I-90 remains closed between Exit 67 east of Rapid City to Mitchell for eastbound traffic and from Mitchell... Read more