Governor’s Economic Outlook Positive
Governor Dennis Daugaard and First Lady Linda Daugaard visited Milbank on June 11.  The governor was in town to declare Milbank Capital for the Day. Following the proclamation, he remained to deliver a State of the State Address.  In his remarks, the governor was bullish on South Dakota’s economic... Read more
Shrine Circus Comes To Town May 30 and 31
Children of all ages will experience the Greatest Show On Earth this weekend in Milbank. The Yelduz Shrine Circus, along with Circus Spectacular, will present four big shows. The circus will be held in the Milbank Armory on May 30th and 31st  with showtimes at 3 & 7 pm on Saturday... Read more
Milbank Remembers Fallen Soldiers
People think of Memorial Day as the official start of summer, grilling, fun and a few days off of work, however,  Memorial Day is really the day set aside to honor America’s war dead. This morning in the Milbank High School Armory that is just what happened. Homage was... Read more
Memorial Day Programs Scheduled Today
UPDATE: Due to weather, the Memorial Day program in Milbank will be held inside the Milbank High School Armory! Memorial Day services begin this morning in Milbank with Father Gary DeRouchey conducting mass at 8:00 am in the St. Lawrence Cemetery. The posting of the memorial wreaths will follow the mass. Beginning... Read more
2015 Commencement Ceremony Makes History
For the first time in school history, the Milbank High School commencement ceremony was broadcast live world wide via the internet. The feat was made possible by using tricaster filming equipment acquired by the school district in 2014. The commencement ceremony stream was also made available by ITC for its... Read more
Where Are The Graduates of the Class of 2015 Going?
Four Alumni Present Diplomas To 71 MHS Graduates
Several hundred people crowded into the Milbank Armory on Sunday, May 17, to see 71 members of the Class of 2015 say good bye to their alma mater and hello to the future.  The 121st class to graduate from MHS was ushered in to the tune of “Pomp and... Read more