Pioneer Review

Archery shooters, instructors and the team of Veterans from Forty and Eight.
The Haakon/Jackson County 4-H Shooters Club held their weekly Thursday practice session at the American Legion Hall February 28th, and were greeted by many of the Forty and Eight members from the Philip Area. The Forty and Eight organization donates annually and provides the practice facility for...
There is a new face in the Philip city police car. Ben Buls has been hired and sworn in as an acting police officer. Buls is a 1998 graduate of Philip High School and the son of Beth Flom, Midland, S.D. and the late William "Bill" Buls (of Philip, SD).  Buls, his wife Sabrina, their two children;...
 Living in the Badlands of western South Dakota and forced into crime after one wrong decision is the basis of the new fiction novel, “The Lucky Clover”. Author Nick Heeb’s first novel was released Friday, January 18th. Nick, as most of Haakon County remembers him, graduated from Philip High School...
The second grade class in Philip looked for a different twist on the Thanksgiving holiday. They presented over 30 handwritten thank you notes to local businesses. Second grade teacher, Ella Smith said, “with Thanksgiving coming up they kind of brain stormed the idea together as a class.  “The 20...
Since 2005, the local American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 173, annually presents new paperback student dictionaries to the third grade Haakon School District students. This is usually done during National Education Week. On Nov. 13, auxiliary representatives Kay Ainslie and Audrey Neiffer explained to...
Approximately 200 people attended the TransCanada Keystone Pipeline meeting held at the American Legion Hall in Philip, SD, on Tuesday. The majority of the interest came from land owners, but also on hand were local business owners, water and electric company representatives, local law enforcement...
Del Bartels
    The West Central Electric Cooperative board of directors and other employees hosted the cooperative’s 69th annual business meeting Wednesday, Oct. 3, in the Philip school’s Fine Arts Building.    Approximately 250 guests visited during a social hour. After Deacon Lloyd Frien gave the invocation...
Deb Smith
    The bright day of Sept. 21, also being Homecoming Friday, was a good day to hold the official ribbon cutting ceremony of the Haakon School District’s new school in Philip.    Superintendent Jeff Rieckman addressed the large audience gathered in front of the main entrance. “In April of 2017, the...
Del Bartels
Penny Wars is a fundraiser that has been going on at the Haakon School District for several years. This year it is during Homecoming week – Sept. 17 through Sept. 21. This is a community service project put on by Morgan Cantrell and Samantha Fillingim. The previous years the money has been donated...
    During the Philip Volunteer Fire Department’s monthly meeting, Sept. 5, guest Jay Baxter presented a $4,250 donation to go toward the department’s new pumper truck.    “Cenex Harvest States gave half and the CHS Foundation gave the rest,” said Baxter, Philip site manager for CHS Midwest...

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