Firechiefs Contain Castlewood to Continue Winning Streak
The Milbank Firechiefs defeated the Castlewood Monarchs 4-2 on Wednesday, July 8, at the Milbank Baseball Field at Pribyl Park. The win preserved Milbank’s unbeaten record, which now sits at 7-0. Milbank got things moving in the first inning, when Tristan Hall doubled on the opening pitch to score... Read more
Dr. David Collins Joins Ortonville Area Health Services
David Collins, MD has joined Ortonville Area Health Services (OAHS) at the Northside Medical Clinic in Ortonville. Dr. Collins received his medical degree in 2017 from the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Additionally, he completed his emergency medicine residency this... Read more
Tommy’s Popcorn Stand Opens Saturday
Hey, kids! Tommy’s Popcorn stand will open for the summer this Saturday, July 11. Kids of all ages can treat themselves to hot and buttery popcorn, candy, sno cones, root beer, and water. According to Kay O’Farrell, a member of the MIlbank Kiwanis, the stand will be open Saturdays only... Read more
Milbank Firechiefs Remain Unbeaten
The Milbank Firechiefs collected two more wins to add to their unbeaten record. They now sit at 6-0 after defeating Sisseton and Clark. On Sunday, July 5, Milbank slid past Clark 8-7 in a road game. The Firechiefs got out to a six-run lead in the seventh inning, but... Read more
Big Stone Lake Fishing Report
According to Jeny Koplin of Schmidt’s Landing, the perch and bluegill have been biting on Big Stone Lake. “People are reeling in perch using small jigs or a lure called Schucks with a variety of bait. Some anglers are using spikes and wax worms to catch more, but with... Read more
Kids Ace Tennis Lessons at Cantine Court
Rhianna Cantine, a recent MHS graduate, is the lead teacher of tennis lessons offered this summer by the Milbank Area Tennis Association. The lessons began June 8 at Cantine Courts. Fourteen athletes, ages kindergarten through fifth grade, enrolled to learn a new sport or improve their skills. “So many... Read more
Big Stone Firemen Appreciation Day is Saturday, July 11
You’re home in bed at 3 a.m.and hear sirens. Do you roll over and go to sleep? If you get up, get dressed, grab your gear, and race into a burning building, you’re probably a firefighter. And most likely a volunteer — three out of four American firefighters are... Read more
St. Williams Care Center Requests Masks for Residents
Do you like to sew? Do you have extra cloth masks? St. Williams Care Center, in Milbank, is reaching out to the community for help in securing cloth masks for their residents. The masks are changed daily and the facility needs at least 100 more masks to keep up... Read more
Donations Needed for Milbank’s Fireworks Display
Fireworks are as American as apple pie and have been since the first US fireworks display on July 4, 1777. That’s 243 years! The Milbank Chamber won’t be disappointing you or our forefathers this year. They keep the time-honored tradition alive this Saturday, July 4, at Farley Park. Laurie... Read more
Firechiefs Extinguish Castlewood Ravens
The Milbank Firechiefs extended their season record to 4-0 with an 8-5 victory over the Castlewood Ravens on Sunday, June 28, in front of a home crowd. Castlewood scored two runs to start the game, but Milbank quickly answered with three runs to take back the lead. Taylor Boerger... Read more