Murdo Coyote

By Holly Butt    Local veterans and their guests met at the Senior Center Monday, March 25 to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the American Legion. The American Legion is an organization founded in 1919 that is composed of ex-servicemen/women from the U.S. Armed Forces who saw active duty during...
    Members of the local American Legion Post, Ray Freier and Sam Seymour took a moment to share   insight on the inspiration behind a project that they are excited to introduce to the community.      What you see pictured between Freier and Seymour below, is a honorary chair covered with the POW*...
Photo by Rylee Metzger
    Last Friday, July 20 and Saturday July 21, 2018, marked the performance of the Gumbo Ridge Bronc Ride and the ninth annual Murdo Ranch Rodeo. Following are unofficial results of some of the competition.    The Bronc Ride champion on Friday evening was Jones County's own Craig McKenzie with a...
The 2018 Jones and Mellette 4-H Achievement Days kicked off on Monday, June 25. 4-H members for both Jones and Mellette counties brought their 4-H projects ranging from wildlife and fisheries displays to community service and foods and nutrition to visual arts for evaluation by the judges. ...
by Clarice Roghair    Luke Schriever, who recently graduated from Schriever Academy with top honors, traveled last week to Washington, D.C. with his mother, Laurel, to visit historical sites and to receive a Congressional Gold medal.    To earn the award, Luke put in;    •200 hours of physical...
Murdo locals take advantage of Scavenger’s Journey as they set up their rummage sales around town June 22-23. Traffic through Murdo increased over the weekend as scavengers from all over made their way through town on the search for good deals and treasures. Photos by Rylee Metzger
Photo by Rylee Metzger
As of Monday, June 11, the road and sidewalk project has officially broke ground in Murdo. Cleveland Avenue and 3rd street are in the making to be paved and complete with curb, gutter and sidewalk. This project will be completed in around three months time, weather permitting. While travel may be...
The Draper Auditorium is lookin’ good these days! With just a few minor details left to complete, Cowboy Construction will finish the update project very soon. The 70 year old building was resided, a steel roof was installed and a false peak was also added.    The Town of Draper would like to thank...
Photo by Meghan Newsam
4-H horse project leaders provide a safe, supportive environment for youth to practice important life skills while they explore the world of horses and ponies. Those skills include planning, organizing, communicating and relating with others, along with learning to learn. All of these skills will...

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