William “Bill” Watson
"A long life, well-lived." Born a firecracker baby on the 4th of July, 1928, Bill passed away at the age of 91 on August 9, 2019 at the Hospice House in Rapid City.
South Dakota’s US Senator John Thune made a pit stop in Bison last Monday afternoon.
Pictured is photographer Barb Hockenbary. Her and her husband, Jim, own and operate Corky’s Auto Supply in Murdo, SD.
As much as we’d like to be, we can’t be everywhere to capture all of the fun and the memories in our town and surrounding areas. We rely on local photographers, who graciously send their photos in when we cannot attend.
Joy June Klima
Joy Klima, age 93, of Belvidere, South Dakota, died on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at the Philip Nursing Home.
Chana Mary Gottsleben
Chana Mary Gottsleben of Fort Collins, Colorado formerly of Philip, South Dakota, died on Sunday, August 4, 2019, as a result of a tragic car accident at the age of 27.
Craig Coller, owner and operator of West River Excavation, removed the dilapidated structure at the former Bartlett property located at 1105 Seventh Avenue. The property is the most recent project of the Jackson-Kadoka Economic Development Corporation (JKEDC) to improve curb appeal of the community and offer affordable, site ready lots for development.
The Jackson-Kadoka Economic Development Corporation (JKEDC) conducted its regularly scheduled, monthly meeting on August 2, 2019.
William “Bill” Watson
Pictured is photographer Barb Hockenbary. Her and her husband, Jim, own and operate Corky’s Auto Supply in Murdo, SD.
Joy June Klima
Chana Mary Gottsleben
Craig Coller, owner and operator of West River Excavation, removed the dilapidated structure at the former Bartlett property located at 1105 Seventh Avenue. The property is the most recent project of the Jackson-Kadoka Economic Development Corporation (JKEDC) to improve curb appeal of the community and offer affordable, site ready lots for development.

New doctor at Philip Health Services

South Dakota’s US Senator John Thune made a pit stop in Bison last Monday afternoon. Thune was on a mission to travel the state, meeting with constituents to discuss many varied topics.  It was a small group that greeted him in the court room of the Perkins County courthouse but there were some...
Pictured is photographer Barb Hockenbary. Her and her husband, Jim, own and operate Corky’s Auto Supply in Murdo, SD.
As much as we’d like to be, we can’t be everywhere to capture all of the fun and the memories in our town and surrounding areas. We rely on local photographers, who graciously send their photos in when we cannot attend. This week’s featured photographer is Barbara Hockenbary. Barb provides photos...
Craig Coller, owner and operator of West River Excavation, removed the dilapidated structure at the former Bartlett property located at 1105 Seventh Avenue. The property is the most recent project of the Jackson-Kadoka Economic Development Corporation (JKEDC) to improve curb appeal of the community and offer affordable, site ready lots for development.
The Jackson-Kadoka Economic Development Corporation (JKEDC) conducted its regularly scheduled, monthly meeting on August 2, 2019. Board members attending the meeting included JoBeth Eisenbraun, Donna Enders, Julie Hermann, Brian Hundertmark, Lonny Johnston, Rusty Olney and Ryan Willert. Board...
The Lions would not be the success they are without the membership of Murdo’s elite. Here, a group of volunteers assist with scooping the final layer of sand over the 54’ BBQ pit.
Wikipedia defines tradition as a belief or behavior passed down within a group or society with symbolic meaning or special significance with origins in the past. A cherished ritual in Jones County is the Annual Murdo Business Appreciation/4-H Achievement Days Dinner sponsored by the Lions Club and...

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