Pioneer Review

People have been counted for centuries, from the earliest of times. “In those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that the whole world should be enrolled. This was the first enrollment, when Quirinius was governor of Syria.  So all went to be enrolled, each to his own town.” From Luke 2: 1-...
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Lynn Riemer, aka “The Drug Lady”, gave dramatic presentations last week at Philip schools, also to the community, teachers and the medical community.  She is widely identified as an expert in Colorado having served for many years as the Chemist/Criminalist with the North Metro Undercover Task Force...
The 1990 Rushmore Classic Basketball Tournament in Sturgis, SD set the stage for Philip Scottie head coach, Jana Jones’ 100th win this season. “I don’t remember the team or the score,” said Jones, “but I do remember how proud I was of the Midland High School boys basketball team that day!”  As the...
Longtime Philip resident and business owner of The Philip Body Shop, Pee Wee Hook has maybe slowed down in the business part of life but still maintains contact with his son in the body shop business. “Basically Toby brings us the mail every day,” said Pee Wee, “then we talk a little and he goes to...
The Haakon County Commission met in regular session on Tuesday, February 1. The first item of business was the notification by Auditor Carla Smith that Kristin Martin, community health nurse secretary has resigned from her position. She will be available to help train her replacement. Amanda Frink...
Approximately  10:00 p.m. Thursday night the railroad track bridge West of Philip collapsed with carloads of grain in them. The bridge is located about one mile southwest of town, next to the Nels Crowser property and cattle needed to be gathered from the pasture early in the morning once the...
After unanimous approval in committee last week, a bill that enhances the reach of public notices sailed through the S.D. House of Representatives on Monday.  HB1075 requires all newspapers to post public notices to a website, sdpublicnotices.com, maintained by the S.D. Newspaper Association. The...
The community of Philip celebrated the opening of the new Scotchman Living Center in July of 2021. A large group of people gathered to enjoy the beautiful new space that was constructed adjacent to the existing Philip Nursing Home. Residents have been moved in and enjoying the space for six months...
The Haakon County Commissioners met on January 4 for their first monthly meeting of 2022. First order of business on the agenda were public comments from three representatives from Butler Machine. Jerry Heiser of Butler Machine is retiring, and he introduced two representatives that the county will...
The Philip Area residents honored Rick Coyle December 29th in an afternoon open house at the Philip Ambulance Building. During the open house Mayor Mike Vetter Read the Mayoral Proclamation from the City of Philip and also read a greeting and well wishes from Former Mayor Nancy Ekstrum. Former...

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