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Medical student Teresa Mallett
Philip Health Services, Inc., periodically hosts medical students striving for more personal and hands-on experiences.   Since April 17, University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine student Teresa Mallett, Watertown, has been shadowing local doctors and other caregivers. Mallett is here...
​As a Dakota Assemblies representative for the education and entertainment of local elementary students, Arch Ellwein portrayed Teddy Roosevelt, Thursday, April 20, in the Philip gymnasium.
“I’m an actor. I portray Teddy Roosevelt. Thus, I become Teddy Roosevelt for just a little while,” said Arch Ellwein as he launched into a Dakota Assemblies program for local elementary students in the Philip gymnasium, Thursday, April 20.   Ellwein made it up close and personal for the audience....
Town Board Vice President Derek Flom, center, and Board Trustee Dakota Fosheim, right, accept a plaque from Brad Wilson, South Dakota Municipal League workers’ compensation fund administrator.
The city of Midland was honored for 30 years of membership with the South Dakota Municipal League Workers’ Compensation Fund.   The fund is celebrating its 30-year anniversary by recognizing long-term loyal members. The honor was presented to Midland attendees Derek Flom, Midland town board vice...
Many booths, returnees as well as first timers, are scheduled to participated in the second annual job fair in Philip, March, 28.
The Badlands Bad River Regional Economic Development Partnership (BBR) is sponsoring its second annual job fair and business exposition, Tuesday, March 28. From 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., in the Philip High School fine arts building, people will gather to network with potential employees, employers,...
​Among the many samplings of offered classes is this kids’ “pop-up” for which an activity or class is announced only a day or two before the Sunday it is to be presented.
The Ignite Wellness Center, Philip, showed off its recent building expansion and upgrade. March 3 was its official grand opening.   The day was filled with special classes and other “pop-up” activities. These included two classes geared for kids.   Pop-ups are singular or short-term classes held...
Philip Area "Badlands Brawlers" wrestling team at the 2017 state tournament
The 2017 South Dakota State B Wrestling Tournament was Feb. 24-25, at the Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls. Out of five schools that had qualified enough wrestlers to be considered a team, the Philip Area team came home with third place.   Beresford/Alcester-Hudson earned top honors,...
In an effort to support friends, to keep generations of local families safe, and being able to continue to supply quality beef and grains to the nation and other countries around the world, a group of concerned Haakon County residents have come together to speak out about the proposed deep borehole...
Jeri Fosheim, Midland, asked a number of questions of Todd Kenner.
Answers regarding the deep borehole test in northeastern Haakon County were sought from RESPEC and S.D. School of Mines and Technology individualst at Midland’s Trinity Lutheran Church, Feb. 16.    A recap of RESPEC’s history and proposal were given by Todd Kenner, RESPEC president and CEO.  ...
Jay Nopola, left, RESPEC research engineer, listens to concerns that Reno Red Cloud of the Oglala Sioux Tribe has concerning the deep borehole project and the possiblity of nuclear waste then coming to South Dakota.
Environmental group representatives, tribal representatives, engineers, Haakon County land- owners, business owners and others met in Philip, Feb. 7 to discuss RESPEC’s proposed deep borehole field test.   RESPEC is one of four companies after a U.S. Department of Energy project to study the...
Explosive ordinance disposal officer, Major Nick Drury, and his wife, Heidi. He is one of only 10 selected to attend professional military education at the invitation of the Indian Army this year.
When you talk to Major Nick Drury you can tell right away he is proud of what he does, and remarkably calm for serving in one of the most dangerous professions in the Army. Raised in Philip, S.D., he credits the patriotism and support of his small community as the strongest reasons for his...

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