Callen Clavel, David and Angel (mom) Kennedy, Tyler Clavel pictured following the brothers deployment ceremony held in Rapid City. Photo courtesy Charmaine Lightfield
Family, friends and community supporters gathered at Rapid City's Rushmore Plaza Civic Center for a deployment ceremony for more than 90 Soldiers of the South Dakota Army National Guard's
Cooper's grandfather, Jim Selchert, and Cooper's uncle, Steven "Red" Selchert, look to lay this steer out nice and neat.
On the afternoon of Friday, July 22, 2016, Anna Keszler received the telephone call no parent wants to receive. 
Richard Smith has seen a lot of changes. He went from doing chores with a team and wagon and pitching and shoveling by hand. His first tractor was a 1944 M International. He said he never had a plan other than hoping he could make enough to feed and educate his nine kids. He admits to mistakes, but has never regretted staying in South Dakota.
Very few people know that he was named Charles Richard Smith, because he has always gone by Rich or Richard. The rare occasion he is called Dick you can bet it is by a salesman.   
Kelly Miller, Black Hills Community Economic Development president, presented the organization’s Small Business Startup of the Year award to Colton and Erin Fitzgerald, owners/operators of Philip Hardware.
Philip Hardware, owned and operated by Colton and Erin Fitzgerald since 2015, has been named the region's Small Business Startup of the Year by Black Hills Community Economic Development (BHCED).
Attendees at the 1902 Cowboys gathering in New Underwood Sunday, Sept.
Andrew Buns is the newest South Dakota Highway Patrol trooper to be based out of Wall.
Andrew Buns is the newest South Dakota Highway Patrol trooper to be based out of Wall.  
Callen Clavel, David and Angel (mom) Kennedy, Tyler Clavel pictured following the brothers deployment ceremony held in Rapid City. Photo courtesy Charmaine Lightfield
Cooper's grandfather, Jim Selchert, and Cooper's uncle, Steven "Red" Selchert, look to lay this steer out nice and neat.
Richard Smith has seen a lot of changes. He went from doing chores with a team and wagon and pitching and shoveling by hand. His first tractor was a 1944 M International. He said he never had a plan other than hoping he could make enough to feed and educate his nine kids. He admits to mistakes, but has never regretted staying in South Dakota.
Kelly Miller, Black Hills Community Economic Development president, presented the organization’s Small Business Startup of the Year award to Colton and Erin Fitzgerald, owners/operators of Philip Hardware.
Andrew Buns is the newest South Dakota Highway Patrol trooper to be based out of Wall.

New doctor at Philip Health Services

Callen Clavel, David and Angel (mom) Kennedy, Tyler Clavel pictured following the brothers deployment ceremony held in Rapid City. Photo courtesy Charmaine Lightfield
Family, friends and community supporters gathered at Rapid City's Rushmore Plaza Civic Center for a deployment ceremony for more than 90 Soldiers of the South Dakota Army National Guard's Company C, 1st Battalion, 189th Aviation Regiment, Sept. 27.   The Rapid City-based 1-189th, comprised of...
Cooper's grandfather, Jim Selchert, and Cooper's uncle, Steven "Red" Selchert, look to lay this steer out nice and neat.
On the afternoon of Friday, July 22, 2016, Anna Keszler received the telephone call no parent wants to receive.  Her blonde haired, blue eyed son, who had turned one year old the day before, had been found unresponsive in his crib. Anna rushed to his side, and Cooper received medical attention...
Richard Smith has seen a lot of changes. He went from doing chores with a team and wagon and pitching and shoveling by hand. His first tractor was a 1944 M International. He said he never had a plan other than hoping he could make enough to feed and educate his nine kids. He admits to mistakes, but has never regretted staying in South Dakota.
Very few people know that he was named Charles Richard Smith, because he has always gone by Rich or Richard. The rare occasion he is called Dick you can bet it is by a salesman.    He says he was born Oct. 22, 1917, at home on his fathers homestead at Grindstone, South Dakota. His parents were John...
Kelly Miller, Black Hills Community Economic Development president, presented the organization’s Small Business Startup of the Year award to Colton and Erin Fitzgerald, owners/operators of Philip Hardware.
Philip Hardware, owned and operated by Colton and Erin Fitzgerald since 2015, has been named the region's Small Business Startup of the Year by Black Hills Community Economic Development (BHCED). The award was presented in Rapid City, Sept. 21, at BHCED's 2017 Small Business Roundup. More than 100...

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