The registered voters of the City of Kadoka will go to the polls on Tuesday, May 19, to decide whether the majority agrees or disagrees with the zoning ordinance that the Kadoka City Council passed on Monday, February 9.
Ray Erikson was presented a plaque at the annual “Ladies Night” in honor of his 34 plus years of serving on the Murdo Fire Department.
Misty Williams, Dana Keffeler, owner, Claudine Afdahl, and Ashley Price broke ground last week for the new building. Not pictured: Michele Hulm and Judy Matt.
    Keffeler Kreations of Faith, S.D., broke ground last week for a new, much needed, larger  building. The new building, measuring 60’x116’, will be located just north of Cenex.
Murdo artist Lucas Campbell has been hard at work at the Kadoka Nursing Home depicting the walls as house fronts.
Students from the top of the Class of 2015 were honored during the 25th Annual Academic Excellence Banquet in Pierre on Monday. Senior JJ Halligan is Faith High School’s top student.
C.O.R.E.’s Freshman Impact: “Caught in the Moment” program was again held in Murdo on April 29. This is the second year that Jones County has hosted the program.
Misty Williams, Dana Keffeler, owner, Claudine Afdahl, and Ashley Price broke ground last week for the new building. Not pictured: Michele Hulm and Judy Matt.

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