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Milbank's Main Street Reconstruction

The City of Milbank will embark on a major reconstruction of Main Street. The project has been reported extensively in The Grant County Review beginning last fall. The first story posted here was written and published in February and contains much of the needed info, although there have been some updates to the plan since that time. Those updates have also been reported in the Review. The second story was printed in May. At a public informational meeting Monday, June 17, officials announced that they hope the work will begin in mid-July. It is anticipated the work will take at least three weeks per block.

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Members of Milbank High School’s one-act play cast and crew competed in the State One-Act Festival in Aberdeen. They are, front row, left to right, Bailey Frerichs, Taylor Bray, Peyton Wiese, Maiah Brown, Camryn Popowski, Hailey Hupke, Autumn Fox and Christian Perry. Middle, Rhianna Folk, Hope Osborn, Tori Hooth, Emma DeBoer, Camryn Phinney, Aiden Boerger, Caitlin Kroemer and Lars Andersen. Back, Keaton Hagen, Noah Mursu, Landon Brown, Kellie Christians, Joe Harstad, Eric VanSambeek, Logan Meyer, Jackson McFaden and Isaac Sousa. Nathan Loutsch and Yami Arano are not pictured. The full story was published in the February 6 issue of the Grant County Review.

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