Pioneer Review

Haakon School District 27-1Jeff Rieckman,Superintendent• What are the current restrictions in place with school?School is closed for the week of March 16-20. We currently have a few employees in the building for the day to day operations and answer the phone. Staff still has access to the building...
This article regarding the Haakon County Commissioners regular meeting is longer than normal. It has been discovered that not all of the discussions at the meetings is being presented within the minutes in a complete manner to the public. Blanket statements regarding important discussions are being...
Del Bartels
Hayes is an unincorporated community in Stanley County, with a territory population of almost zero people per square mile. Yet the Hayes Community Theatre draws in actors from widespread ranches and farmsteads. Packed-house audiences come from hours away, which for some is all gravel, country roads...
“The Purrfect Crime” will entertain you the first weekend in March. Here’s a pun-filled tale of feline fortune that all ages will love! The play takes place at one of the largest ranches in Texas. When the old rancher, cantankerous Big Bob Little, dies, no one mourns—not his eldest child, Cecilia,...
Chelsea Tobin
Philip Health Services, Inc. has welcomed Diane Weber to their staff. Weber is currently on her second rotation with PHSI and works every other Tuesday (she covers nights in the emergency room) and Wednesday.Born and raised milking cows on a dairy farm in Castlewood, S.D., Weber got her “medical...
Chelsea Tobin
The Haakon County Commissioners met with representatives from the S.D. Department of Revenue (SDDOR) during a special meeting on Tuesday, February 4.SDDOR Representatives Wendy Semmler, Program Manager (TIF, Levies or Opt Outs) and Amber Steinke, Assessments Specialist presented a slideshow titled...
The Philip Area Community Foundation (PACF) is currently accepting applications from local non-profit organizations who seek funding for their community projects. Their mission statement is, “To enhance the economic well-being of our community by facilitating the creation of new economic...

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