No stranger to medical battles, the Yankton native knew enough to know he should get it looked at. The result was yet another obstacle for Walter to overcome, which he did. Just as he has for the past six years. Walter, an incoming junior at South Dakota State, was recognized last week with the Mark Mehlhaf Memorial Comeback Player of the Award during the South Dakota State Amateur Baseball Tournament in Mitchell.
Those are the ingredients the South Dakota women’s soccer team hopes leads to a turnaround this fall. “We’re working on progress,” said eighth-year head coach Mandy Green, whose squad opens the season Friday at Gonzaga. “We want to be better than we’ve ever been.”To that point, the Coyotes believe they have the pieces in place. Their 5-13-1 overall record last year was a bit deceiving because they went 4-4 within the Summit League and scored wins over perennial powers.
City of Yankton Events & Promotions Coordinator Brittany LaCroix said she heard an idea for a community art project— a kind of interactive community art mural — while at an area arts festival a year ago. She eventually decided to meld that idea with a summer concert series event that began last summer at Meridian Plaza next to the Meridian Bridge in Yankton. “I’ve wanted to add art to ‘Music at the Meridian,’ and I saw that idea and thought it would be perfect for Yankton,” LaCroix said.
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