Murdo Coyote

A proud young hunter shown with her harvested deer from the 2016 South Dakota Game Fish and Park Youth Hunt and Camp.
Have you been searching for an opportunity to get your child involved in the hunting world? Well, look no further! The following opportunity sponsored by South Dakota Game Fish and Parks is your perfect connection.    Every year the South Dakota Game Fish and Parks offers an opportunity for 10...
Members of the 4-H 22 Rifle Team were among 27 South Dakota 4-H members who competed at the 2017 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships held in Grand Island, Nebraska June 25-30, 2017. Team members pictured include Cody Amidon, Tripp County; Tye Davis, Butte County; Darian Roghair, Jones County; Cole Thompson, Pennington County and coach, Tim Pravecek, Tripp County.
The 2017 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships were held in Grand Island, Nebraska June 25-30, 2017.   Twenty-seven South Dakota 4-H members were among the more than 700 to compete in the national event which attracted youth from across the country.   South Dakota youth competed in the  ...
Pastor Mark Phillips
So, maybe I didn’t play fair when I interviewed the new pastor of the United Methodist Church of Murdo and Draper. I found out Pastor Mark Phillips has a wife named Ginger and she’s on Facebook.  Since it was too hot to drive to Murdo and take some photos, I started looking at Ginger’s facebook...
Welcome, Campbell family!
If there is any one thing a man can do that will quickly win the respect of other men in Jones County, it is the getting down and dirty while wrestling calves during brandings. I actually had to ask my son Marty who the new cowboy was. Bearded, red headed and blue jeaned: now this was someone I’m...
Photo by Ashley Geigle
Jones County local Melaynee Geigle was diagnosed with Low Grade Neuroblastoma at 10 months old. The Make a Wish foundation requires children to be at least two and half years old before being eligible for a wish. Since Melaynee was seeing a doctor every three months at that young age her doctor...
It was time to go back home.  Following rainbows to the once familiar towns of Kankakee and Bradley, Illinois wasn’t the same. The old days remembered were gone. Perhaps that old saying’s true after all – “You can’t go home again.”    So Michael, the perennial hippie, and his 17-year-old son,...
Krisanna Thomas
Please join me in welcoming Krisanna Thomas as the newest face of Ravellette Publications! Thomas has taken over Lonna Jackson’s position as typesetter and office manager of the Murdo Coyote newspaper.   Thomas was born and raised in Jones County and  graduated from Jones County High School in the...
This venture into a new bank building is evidence of First Fidelity’s continued commitment to the Murdo area.
First Fidelity Bank, Murdo, S.D., is proud to announce the construction of a new bank building. The construction will begin the end of June, and the new bank will be located on the vacant lots north of its current location on Main Street. First Fidelity is proud to be a community-oriented business...
"Team Luke"
(Submitted by Walt Anderson)  Luke and Logan Hansen are sons of Barb (Kinsley) Hansen, Murdo High School Class of 1988.  Logan’s coach at Viborg-Hurley is his dad, Bill. Luke and Logan are grandsons of Jean and Kip Kinsley of Murdo who are 1962 graduates of Murdo High School.    There was about a...
Owners of the Covered Wagon Cafe Russ and Missy Wilbur pose in front of the freshly painted cafe entrance.
Meet Russ and Missy Wilbur, the faces and inspiration behind the newly opened “Covered Wagon Cafe” in Murdo.   The Wilburs are originally from Bloomington, Minn., where they grew up across the street from each other, became high school sweethearts and were married on September 1, 1979. Russ...

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