Kadoka Press

Craig Coller, owner and operator of West River Excavation, removed the dilapidated structure at the former Bartlett property located at 1105 Seventh Avenue. The property is the most recent project of the Jackson-Kadoka Economic Development Corporation (JKEDC) to improve curb appeal of the community and offer affordable, site ready lots for development.
The Jackson-Kadoka Economic Development Corporation (JKEDC) conducted its regularly scheduled, monthly meeting on August 2, 2019. Board members attending the meeting included JoBeth Eisenbraun, Donna Enders, Julie Hermann, Brian Hundertmark, Lonny Johnston, Rusty Olney and Ryan Willert. Board...
Growing up on the quintessential 20thcentury family farm provided for children in more ways than one. In addition to the sustenance and income produced for the family, a work ethic was sown in children during the formative years, which grew and blossomed, serving them well into adulthood.  On the...
The induction ceremony was held in conjunction with the Spring Athletic Director’s Conference Award Luncheon at the Pierre Ramkota on Thursday, March 28, 2019. To be chosen for this honor a person must have been an athletic director for ten years and an active member in the SDIAAA.  Candidates are...
Photo courtesy of Elizabeth “Liz” Meighen
In last week’s edition of the Kadoka Press, we examined the unique history of the 112-year-old depot constructed by the Chicago & North Western (C&NW) Railway in Midland, which served the community until the railway ceased passenger service in 1960. We learned of the community members...
All musical photos courtesy of Colby Shuck
The classical tale of Beauty and the Beast has long enthralled viewers across continents; from the day it first came to the big screens, to our home television sets. It is not every day though that audiences, or fans have the opportunity to enjoy the timeless story live - and on stage. That was...
Courtesy photo
Congratulations to the Kadoka Nursing Home for being selected to win the 2018 South Dakota Association of Healthcare Organizations’ (SDAHO) Quality Excellence Award. The award was presented at the SDAHO in Sioux Falls on Thursday, September 20th, 2018. The Kadoka Nursing Home Project was focused on...
Brian De Goes    The weather was perhaps a little windy last Saturday evening as 4:00 p.m. rolled by at Kadoka’s city park. That certainly had no effect on how pleasant the weather felt, or the success of the fundraising event being held that evening for former city council member Cory Lurz. The...
Crews work diligently to put out the early morning motel fire.
A fire in a motel at 915, S. Highway 248, Kadoka, went to three alarms before being brought under control.   The first alarm time was 3:06 a.m., Tuesday, March 6.   The large structure received extensive damage to two of its wings; however, firefighters were able to stop the fire from extending...
Every student interested in checking out fur types was more than encouraged to do so, as they learned all about wildlife from instructor Paul Roghair.
Youth Range Day started with a trouble free school bus ride - the bus loaded with 14 of Kadoka’s seventh graders. Their destination; the Williams Ranch, near Interior, South Dakota. The journey began promptly at nine in the morning on October 11. Soft chatter among students was heard, just barely...

Pages

The Pioneer Review

221 E. Oak Street
Philip, SD 57567
Telephone: (605) 859-2516
E Mail: ads@pioneer-review.com

Sign Up For Breaking News

Stay informed on our latest news!

Manage my subscriptions

Subscribe to Newsletter feed
Comment Here