Murdo Coyote

Photo by Barb Hockenbary Photography
The Jones County Women’s Golf Team took 1st place at Region 6B Golf at Hart Ranch on Monday, May 20. In addition, individual girls placed as follows; Kamri Kittelson 1st (far right), Tayah Anderson 4th (second from left) , Savanah Hendricks 6th (third from left), Emmy Newsam 12th (far left)....
David A. Geisler, “Your friend by the side of the road” of Murdo died May 17, 2024, at the Hans P. Peterson Memorial Hospital in Philip, at the age of 86. David Arthur Geisler was born September 28, 1937, to Arthur John “A.J.” and Vivian (Petersen) Geisler in Pasadena, Calif. Dave was baptized at...
Photo by Mishayla Buchannan
The Murdo Lions Club hosted their annual National Honors Society Honors Banquet on Wednesday, May 1, at the Senior Citizen Center in Murdo. 14 NHS members, their parents, and representing Murdo Lions Club members attended. Brian O’Reilly officiated the evening. He also gave a speech on what the...
Photo by Krisanna Thomas
The Jones County Volunteer Ambulance Service received a generous donation recently in the form of a structure; the Isburg Funeral Home building, which sits directly across from the current Ambulance Shed. The Isburg Funeral Home and Isburg family has been eager to offer up the building in some way...
Photo by Jesse Schoon
On April 13, the 4-H club had a meeting at the Jones County school Tech room. At this meeting there were 12 4-Hers and six parent leaders who participated. At the meeting the club discussed how they had liked the 4-H project day of making jam with Faye Chambliss. Everyone had really enjoyed the...
Photo by Mishayla Buchannan
The 2024 NHS induction ceremony commenced on Wednesday, April 10 at the Harold Thune Auditorium. Senior Sophie Dowling was the main speaker and introduced the current members and the membership criteria. Current members then held the Candle Lighting ceremony and gave speeches on the core values of...
Photo by Mishayla Buchannan
Jones County High School held their 2024 prom night on Saturday, April 6. The theme this year was “Rustic Romance”. There were a total of 25 couples attending this year.
  Many may approach this growing season with hope as well as a hefty dose of skepticism.  Spring storms, fall storms, drought, wind, hail…welcome to the world of South Dakota gardening, where every plant tells a story of resilience. It’s important to keep your sense of humor intact. “What would a...


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