Murdo Coyote

Ray Erikson was presented a plaque at the annual “Ladies Night” in honor of his 34 plus years of serving on the Murdo Fire Department. Pictured from left to right include current Murdo Fire Department Chief Travis Saunders, Keith Hespe and Erikson.
C.O.R.E.’s Freshman Impact: “Caught in the Moment” program was again held in Murdo on April 29. This is the second year that Jones County has hosted the program. Schools participating in this year’s event included; Jones Co., Philip, Lyman Co., Stanley Co. and White River.    The program was split...
Jo Manke-Rodgers receives Postmaster of the Year Award presented by Steve Lenoir, theVice President of South Dakota's National League of Postmasters.
    Jo Manke-Rodgers has definitely put in the time and hard work that it takes to be successful at her job for the United States Postal Service. On April 17, all of her hard work was recognized as she was honored as South Dakota’s Postmaster of the Year at the Postmasters’ annual convention in...
    On April 14, the track team headed to Kadoka for the Harry Weller Invitational. Although it was very windy, the Coyotes fought through it and competed very well. The wind calmed down for the next meet in Bennett County on April 17. As students begin to better their times, the amount of medals...
An excited crowd helps the Jones County Region 7B Volleyball champions celebrate after their win against the Wall Eagles in Philip Tuesday, November 11.


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