Once known as Ingram Hardware, the business on E. Pine Street in Philip is now Philip Hardware, owned and operated by Colt and Erin Fitzgerald.
An area producer has opted to windrow and bale his wheat this year. Crop yields are fluctuating across western South Dakota this year, more so than normal. 
”Newspaper heroes” was the theme for story time on Friday, July 24. Check out firefighter heroes at story time this Friday, July 31, at the Wall Public Library.
L-R: Jim Butt, Terry Van Dam, Travis Van Dam and Nick Van Dam.
Terry Van Dam just celebrated 10 years of ownership of the Murdo Ford with a customer appreciation day on Wednesday, July 22. 
Vietnam POW, U.S. Navy fighter pilot Captain Charles “Charlie” Plumb comes face to face with the director of the infamous “Hanoi Hilton” prison system, Tran Trong Duyet at his Haiphong, Vietnam, residence. The meeting was arranged as part of an upcoming episode of “Old Guys and Their Airplanes” featuring the return of Plumb to meet former foes. The photo in the foreground shows Duyet addressing a group of POWs on their release some- time in 1973. “It took a long time to come back, but I am glad I did,” said
It is an era many people wish to forget, not only the veterans who fought on foreign soil, but those left at home and those who protested so vocally about the Vietnam War.
The school board toured the new wrestling practice room, which will also be used for some physical education classes. It takes its place in the old library. The new library is in room A-1, the old computer lab. The new computer lab is in room A-3, next to the high school offices. Also, the refurbished locker rooms are being repainted and carpeted.
After the pledge of allegiance, the Haakon School District Board of Education witnessed the oath of office taken by incumbents Jake Fitzgerald and Mark Radway.
L-R: Jim Butt, Terry Van Dam, Travis Van Dam and Nick Van Dam.
Vietnam POW, U.S. Navy fighter pilot Captain Charles “Charlie” Plumb comes face to face with the director of the infamous “Hanoi Hilton” prison system, Tran Trong Duyet at his Haiphong, Vietnam, residence. The meeting was arranged as part of an upcoming episode of “Old Guys and Their Airplanes” featuring the return of Plumb to meet former foes. The photo in the foreground shows Duyet addressing a group of POWs on their release some- time in 1973. “It took a long time to come back, but I am glad I did,” said
The school board toured the new wrestling practice room, which will also be used for some physical education classes. It takes its place in the old library. The new library is in room A-1, the old computer lab. The new computer lab is in room A-3, next to the high school offices. Also, the refurbished locker rooms are being repainted and carpeted.
Once known as Ingram Hardware, the business on E. Pine Street in Philip is now Philip Hardware, owned and operated by Colt and Erin Fitzgerald. “Something I always wanted to do. I thought it would be neat to have a hardware store,” said Colt. For now, business will go on around all the resetting of...
An area producer has opted to windrow and bale his wheat this year. Crop yields are fluctuating across western South Dakota this year, more so than normal. 
”Newspaper heroes” was the theme for story time on Friday, July 24. Check out firefighter heroes at story time this Friday, July 31, at the Wall Public Library.
L-R: Jim Butt, Terry Van Dam, Travis Van Dam and Nick Van Dam.
Terry Van Dam just celebrated 10 years of ownership of the Murdo Ford with a customer appreciation day on Wednesday, July 22.  Ten years ago Van Dam partnered up with Jim Butt, who had been the owner of Murdo Ford since 1979. Van Dam has since became the sole owner. Butt remains on staff selling...

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