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Modern Woodmen of America members in Philip and Wall recently came together to purchase food for the local food bank.The project, which took place on 9-11-19 at Philip and Wall, benefited the Country Cupboard Food Pantry.“We’re so happy to support our community in this way,” says Don Haynes, local...
Philip Health Services, Inc. in Philip, S.D. hosted a Rural Trauma Team Development Course Tuesday, Sept. 24 for doctors and nurses. Doctors from Rapid City and Sioux Falls attended the training along with staff from Philip Health Services, Inc. and some of the EMS crew from the Philip Ambulance...
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Modern Woodmen of America members in Philip recently helped raise money for Midland Pioneer Museum with a special fundraising event on June 29, 2019.The event, which included a Free Will Supper and Live Auction, raised $10,612.50. This includes $1,500.00 matched by Modern Woodmen through the...
by Chelsea TobinA poker run benefit was held for Joe Prouty on Saturday, August 24, at the 73-Saloon in Philip, South Dakota. The poker run saw an outstanding turn out. “We had 154 poker hands,” said Charlie Dale. Charlie and his wife, Rachel, along with other volunteers helped put on the event. “...
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As the pieces start to fit together regarding the financing of the nursing home expansion and renovation at Philip Health Services, one vital component is a loan being supported by West Central Electric Co-op.The Rural Electric Economic Development Fund (REED) exists because of participation by 25...
While the Philip community was saddened to lose former Conservation Officer, Zach Thomsen, to other adventures, newest officer Page Greenwaldt (pictured) should not have any troubles filling his shoes.
Page Greenwaldt is Philip’s newest Wildlife Conservation Officer. She was born and raised in Ottertail, Minnesota, and graduated from the University of Minnesota Crookston with a bachelor’s degree in Natural Resources Law Enforcement. She has plenty of experience under her belt through various...
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The new pumper truck was needed because the pumper they were using was bought brand new in 1985, but it was starting to show its age. Once a pumper truck reaches 20 years old, they must be certified every year that they are still able to pump the required amount of water. The last couple of...
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Submitted by Don HaynesModern Woodmen of America members in Philip recently helped raise money for Kaden Nieman with a special fundraising event on Tuesday, May 28.The event, which included Walking Tacos and Free Will Donations., raised $4,092.00. This includes $1,000.00 matched by Modern Woodmen...

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