Murdo Coyote

Mrs. Peters came out of her classroom on Wednesday morning only to find a surprise party awaiting her in the high school lobby!
    Wednesday, May 11 was an exciting day at Jones County High School!  Many people joined together to share music, speeches, cupcakes, hugs and tears all  in honor of  Mrs. Peters’ years of teaching and upcoming retirement.    The high school lobby was set  to a tee with signs, decorations and...
On Saturday, April 30, Tammy Van Dam, Jill Venard, Kim Deuter and Karen Lindquist went to the Quad City Monster Jam in Moline, Illinois. While they were down in the pit, they witnessed Grave Digger driver Cole Venard with Kyle Medinger. Kyle had his wheelchair all decorated with “Grave Digger.”...
    The following was taken from Meghan Newsam’s Facebook page ‘Prayers for Rafe.’    Week 12 of our pregnancy at our first checkup we were told that I had a tear or rupture in the baby's sack or membrane. They said at that time my amniotic fluid was very low and they wanted me to see a high risk...
The Murdo Volunteer Fire Department responded to a call reporting a small grass fire on the east side of the City Park on the evening of Thursday, April 7. The fire department was at the scene for approximately twenty minutes and was able to contain the fire to a 10x20 foot area with no major property loss. An investigation to the cause of the fire led to the confession of two local teenagers. The fire was intentionally lit by a small lighter while the teenagers were building a fort. Jones County States Att
    In speaking with city policeman, Heath Harter, hazardous fire conditions become a topic of concern as summer approaches.    “It may be green now,” stated Harter, “But the dry season is coming and the community needs to be aware.”    Although summer is the ideal time of the year for cook outs,...
Dan Hight in the process of an abdominal aeortic aneurism screening.
    Stroke Detection Plus held a screening on March 23 at the Jones County Senior Center in Murdo, from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. An estimated 30 scheduled clients attended the clinic.    These affordable, fast and physician reviewed screenings have drawn an overwhelming response nationwide....
  Hello everybody, my name is Rylee Metzger and I am thrilled to be the newest member of the Murdo Coyote staff. My first day at the Coyote kicked off this past Monday, March 7. I have begun learning the ropes of being an Newswriter/Photographer and I am absolutely loving it so far.   Touching on a...
Haugland to be inducted into basketball hall of fame
  The South Dakota High School Basketball Hall of Fame will induct 19 new members during its seventh annual banquet at 1 p.m. on April 2 at the Ramkota Hotel in Sioux Falls. That will increase membership in the Hall of Fame to 117 of the most accomplished boys and girls players in the history of...
Champions Forever
  Champions Forever is a group “recently featured on the finals of America's Got Talent in 2013--- Bruce and Diane and their family of 12 children have been in over 35 countries, using their Spin-tacular Basketball Show to entertain and share a message of hope to this generation!  Bruce Crevier is...
Mayor David Geisler has proclaimed February 16 to be Julia Broecher day in Murdo. Julia was presented with a cake at the final evening of bingo held by the Murdo Lions Club on Monday, February 8, and congratulated on her upcoming 100th birthday.
Murdo's Turner Youth
Karen Royer of the Jones County Community Foundation is shown giving a $5,000 check to Zach Hespe, president of the Jones County Turner Youth group, to go towards the purchase of a new movie projector. Back row (L-R): Austin Venard, Calli Glaze, Dennis Moore, Lori Waldron, Heather Whitney and Jim...

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