Manning the polls, making sure the rules and regulations were followed and everyone was treated fairly and equally during the election process were, from left, Gayle Rush, Kay Ainslie and Margaret Rush.
    Registered voters with the Haakon School District voted for a $9 million general obligation bond referendum, during a special election, Tuesday, Aug. 23.
    The 2016 Jones and Mellette 4-H Achievement Days kicked off on Wednesday, August 3 with the small animal and livestock shows. Festivities kicked off with the small animal show held at the Jones County Sportsman’s Club.
Butch Feddersen presents Bob Totton with the Governor’s Proclamation designating August 4, 2016 as “Bob Totton Day.”
Every small town has its “good guys,” but Murdo knows quite well that it really hit the proverbial “jackpot” when Bob Totton and his wife, Ellen, decided to make the move from Norris to its little community on Interstate 90 during the 1980’s.
The original altar and piano inside of Immanuel Lutheran church.
    Do you hear it? Close your eyes and listen.
Manning the polls, making sure the rules and regulations were followed and everyone was treated fairly and equally during the election process were, from left, Gayle Rush, Kay Ainslie and Margaret Rush.
Shown is the current exterior of the new Corner Pantry in Philip, looking from the south. Skylights are already installed in the roof. Construction of the A&W, at the west end of the convenience store, must be completed by Sept. 22. The C-store, along with connecting to its existing gasoline pumps, will be completed then, or a day or two after.
Butch Feddersen presents Bob Totton with the Governor’s Proclamation designating August 4, 2016 as “Bob Totton Day.”
Shown at the Associated School Boards of South Dakota conference are, from left, Eric Stroeder, ASBSD past president, Anita Peterson, new ASBSD president, and Dennis Daugaard, South Dakota governor.
The original altar and piano inside of Immanuel Lutheran church.

New doctor at Philip Health Services

Manning the polls, making sure the rules and regulations were followed and everyone was treated fairly and equally during the election process were, from left, Gayle Rush, Kay Ainslie and Margaret Rush.
    Registered voters with the Haakon School District voted for a $9 million general obligation bond referendum, during a special election, Tuesday, Aug. 23.    During its Nov. 9, 2015, meeting, the board of education first discussed what building architect representatives had suggested in the way...
    The 2016 Jones and Mellette 4-H Achievement Days kicked off on Wednesday, August 3 with the small animal and livestock shows. Festivities kicked off with the small animal show held at the Jones County Sportsman’s Club. Judge Jessica Magelky evaluated Madelyn Host’s healthy rabbit entry and gave...
Shown is the current exterior of the new Corner Pantry in Philip, looking from the south. Skylights are already installed in the roof. Construction of the A&W, at the west end of the convenience store, must be completed by Sept. 22. The C-store, along with connecting to its existing gasoline pumps, will be completed then, or a day or two after.
  The Corner Pantry convenience store in Philip is on schedule of its rebuilding from the ground up. “We’re coming along pretty good. Haven’t had any major setbacks,” said Drew Poljansek, job foreman for the M.G. Oil project. M.G. Oil Company is based in Rapid City. It is affiliated with Corner...
Butch Feddersen presents Bob Totton with the Governor’s Proclamation designating August 4, 2016 as “Bob Totton Day.”
Every small town has its “good guys,” but Murdo knows quite well that it really hit the proverbial “jackpot” when Bob Totton and his wife, Ellen, decided to make the move from Norris to its little community on Interstate 90 during the 1980’s. Bob had just retired from the United States Postal...

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