Murdo Coyote

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    The South Dakota High School Basketball Hall of Fame, located in Sioux Falls, S.D., recently added a local gem of a gym to the Pentagon at the Sanford Sports Complex.    Photographs featuring the Okaton school gym and the 1950 Okaton basketball team will join a display of other South Dakota...
Kittie was welcomed warmly when she returned to South Dakota.    She’s the stagecoach now displayed in the museum of the South Dakota State Historical Society at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre.    “The Governor (George S. Mickelson) unveiled the stagecoach in January at his third annual...
Photos by Barb Hockenbary Photography
Parents’ Night took place on Tuesday, January 26, in a game against the Lyman Raiders.
Photo by Bart Pfankuch, South Dakota News Watch
    South Dakota health officials and medical providers have been near the top of the nation in administering COVID-19 vaccines as they become available, but a significant new challenge awaits as the state moves into a much larger, more difficult-to-define population of people who may qualify for a...
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On the morning of Dec. 17 Gabe Sandal accidentally shot himself in the upper thigh. He severed his femoral artery but would survive. Gabe was attempting to make sure the gun, a 9 millimeter pistol, was not loaded and that the chamber was empty. However, the gun was loaded and fired the full metal...
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    SOUTH DAKOTA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY - Deadwood was the wickedest city in America and Aberdeen had fewer righteous people in it than Sodom and Gomorrah.    Such were the beliefs that South Dakota newspapers attributed to prohibition activist Carry Amelia Nation. Nation, 1846-1911, was already...
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  This Christmas TC Energy raised money for some local communities, including Murdo, to make the holidays a little brighter for some local families. The company purchased Christmas gifts and also bought gift cards from Murdo Family Foods and enlisted Pastor Mark Phillips of Murdo Methodist Church...
Photos By Barb Hockenbary Photography
On Wednesday, December 16, 2020 an important member of the Murdo community faced the beginning of its end. Born in 1962, this member has had its fair share of memories here in Murdo, shared with its fair share of people.    Many remember spending their 1st through 8th grade years roaming it’s...

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