Murdo Coyote

Struggling to find a valuable gift for that farmer on your list? Don’t overlook the options for boosting safety practices with a gift such as high-quality work gloves, earmuffs to help prevent hearing damage or a warm chore coat.    If budgets allow, retrofitting a tractor with a Roll Over...
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In the process of handling grain, producers are exposed to a range of safety hazards both during harvest and once the grain is stored. Jess McCluer, vice-president of Safety and Regulatory Affairs at the National Grain and Feed Association (NFGA), and Chair of the Board of Directors and Chief...
One major concern of South Dakotans who opposed legalization of medical and recreational marijuana was that it could lead to an epidemic of youth use of the drug. Drug-abuse prevention advocates and law enforcement officials said greater availability of marijuana would almost certainly lead to an...
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   Veterans Day is a holiday held on the anniversary of the armistice signing that ended World War I, which happened on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918. Originally known as Armistice Day, the United States Congress then amended the dedication in 1954 to include...
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    Back in the late 1960’s, a new business came to Murdo. Some folks didn’t like it, saying the Minnesota-based frozen food factory would harm the grocery business in town. But for country folks like us, Schwan’s was a blessing. Otherwise, we just did not buy ice cream or other frozen products...
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    Realtors in South Dakota have seen a steady influx of people seeking more affordable housing and more personal freedoms by moving to South Dakota amid the pandemic, even as the state has seen a sharp rise in the number of active COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths.    Many new home...
Krisanna Thomas
    The Jones County Fun Run took place on Tuesday, September 29 at the Murdo Golf Course. Grades 1-5 participated and Cross Country students Chastin Tollakson, Jolie Dugan, and Mallory Valburg assisted by running with the kids and guiding them back to the finish line. The results are listed below!...

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