Photo Courtesy Ashley Price
The South Dakota High School Rodeo Finals were held in Fort Pierre this past week, with the Champions crowned on Saturday night during the 75th Anniversary Finals Performance.
Photo by Mishayla Buchannan
A summer block party hosted by Murdo Economic Development was faced with some rain and heavy winds on Friday, June 14. However, the gloomy weather did not stop the action.
Theo and Duane Larson giving Pat and Gerri Dinkins, Parade Marshalls, a mule driven ride in the parade saturday morning. Photo courtesy of Cindy Kopren
Total property tax payments during the last decade in South Dakota have increased by nearly 60% for homes, 47% for commercial property and 28% for agricultural property.
After 37 years, Richard Stewart retired from Scotchman Ind.  Richard has been a vital part of the customer service dept for many, many years.
The Philip area pulled together and hosted the 18th annual Philip Bronc Match, Saturday evening June 8th.
Photo Courtesy Ashley Price
Photo by Mishayla Buchannan

New doctor at Philip Health Services

Photo Courtesy Ashley Price
The South Dakota High School Rodeo Finals were held in Fort Pierre this past week, with the Champions crowned on Saturday night during the 75th Anniversary Finals Performance.  The SDHSRA has 515 registered members, 347 of whom qualified for the State High School Finals.  Of those, the top 15 in...
Photo by Mishayla Buchannan
A summer block party hosted by Murdo Economic Development was faced with some rain and heavy winds on Friday, June 14. However, the gloomy weather did not stop the action. Harley’s food truck was set up on Main Street for partygoers to grab a bite to eat, before heading over to the TapHouse for the...
Theo and Duane Larson giving Pat and Gerri Dinkins, Parade Marshalls, a mule driven ride in the parade saturday morning. Photo courtesy of Cindy Kopren Pat and Gerri Dinkins moved to Bison in September of 1965.  Pat worked as the State Trapper for forty-one years, retiring in 2001. Gerri worked as...
Total property tax payments during the last decade in South Dakota have increased by nearly 60% for homes, 47% for commercial property and 28% for agricultural property. Some legislators hope to address those trends during the next legislative session, and some legislative candidates are running on...

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