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The Haakon School District 27-1 board members met for their regular monthly meeting on Monday, December 14. The meeting was held earlier than normal because of a scheduled junior high music program.The following personnel action was approved: Colt Fitzgerald, Head Girls Basketball; Reed Johnson,...
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The third annual Todd Antonsen Memorial Club Coyote Calling Contest took place on Saturday, December 5. This year set all time high records; 102 coyotes, 54 teams registered and 27 checked in. The awards were held at the 73- Saloon immediately following the contest.There was a Rifle Raffle drawing...
Chelsea Tobin
This year marked the 16th annual Philip Volunteer Fire Department’s Glo-N-Go parade and  was another huge success. The Glo-N-Go is considered one of the first community events to officially kick off the Christmas holiday season for the citizens of Philip and surrounding communities. The parade...
On Tuesday, November 17th, Philip hosted another successful blood drive. There were 49 donors scheduled for the Philip  Community Blood Drive. “We had 60 donors sign in and 43 were able to donate,” said Jennifer Ash, Vitalant Donor Recruitment Representative. “We collected a whopping 52 units in...
Every third Monday of the month, Philip Public Television hosts a Community Round Table that can be viewed on their Facebook page or on Golden West Channel 91) that brings community leaders together to discuss various topics.The November Community Round Table panel consisted of Roger Porch,...
As much of the country enters its ninth month since the COVID pandemic began, concern is growing for loved ones who reside in nursing homes and long-term care facilities. While visitor restrictions are meant to decrease exposure, questions regarding mental and emotional health are being asked...
Chelsea Tobin
Organizations and community members can benefit from more than just financial donations. And despite  spring being known primarily as the season for “spring cleaning”, where people purge the old, outgrown and forgotten items, winter can be a great time to get rid of last year’s winter clothing and...
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The AARP of South Dakota has a Grandparent Essay Contest each year from the fifth graders of South Dakota. It is composed of three regions: southeast, northeast and western. Each division picks a winner and they are then judged for first, second and third places.Each winner is awarded a prize of...
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Philip High School National Honor Society recognized Philip JH/HS Principal, Mrs. Mandie Menzel, during National Principal's month! We are honored to have a principal who is involved with her students, wants everyone to become the best person that he or she can be, and takes pride in being a...
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David Butler, known as “Butler” in the Philip (and surrounding areas) community, is hanging up his uniform as Chief of Police with the City of Philip’s Police Department. Growing up, Butler grew up knowing and being very comfortable with police officers and always carried some interest in the...

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