Murdo Coyote

A letter to the editor: Dear Rylee and Lonna,     Thank you for sending your newspaper. You did a great job on the story. I met many nice folks on the journey. I only got rained on three times. I laughed to myself, what is the thrill in staying dry? The old John Deere used only $405 in fuel. I got...
We hope you enjoy the following weekly articles written by Lonis Wendt in honor of the 100th anniversary of Jones County.      By Lonis WendtThis is an essay written to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the creation of Jones County. Jones County, South Dakota’s youngest County, was created by a...
Lilli Moore and Emily Jacobs pose beside New York City’s Statue of Liberty.
In speaking with trip advisor Katie Venard, the recent field trip to Washington, D.C. and New York City sounded like one to remember! The week long itinerary began with a first stop in Webster, S.D. The Murdo group met up with another tourist group and everybody traveled by bus to Minneapolis. From...
Jones County Elementary students learn to care for a pony with hands on experience.
4-H horse project leaders provide a safe, supportive environment for youth to practice important life skills while they explore the world of horses and ponies.  Those skills include planning, organizing, communicating and relating with others along with learning to learn. All of these skills will...
Savannah Krogman, Austin Olson and Jami Addison will be participating in the high school regional rodeo in Ft. Pierre this weekend. Savannah and Jami compete in barrels, poles and breakaway roping, while Austin competes in team roping and calf roping. Good luck to our local high schoolers!
Dewey Brooks stopped at the co-op in Murdo to fill up his tractor and to answer questions from curious by-standers.	       Photo by Rylee Metzger
It’s really not a rare occurrence to have a tractor pumping gas beside you in the midwest, but a B John Deere tractor with a camper in tow, now that’s a different story! Dewey Brooks stopped in Murdo to fill up his tractor on Wednesday, May 25 while on his way home to Wonewoc, Wis. He had travelled...
Celebrate South Dakota’s first annual 605 Day on Sunday, June 5.	       Photo by Kyle Metzger
The nail was sure hit on the head in 1990 when South Dakota was tagged with it’s slogan, “Great Faces. Great Places.” It truly is an incredibly accurate description of a genuine South Dakota experience. I mean, us South Dakotans really do have great faces, don’t we? Or I guess they might have been...
Mrs. Peters came out of her classroom on Wednesday morning only to find a surprise party awaiting her in the high school lobby!
    Wednesday, May 11 was an exciting day at Jones County High School!  Many people joined together to share music, speeches, cupcakes, hugs and tears all  in honor of  Mrs. Peters’ years of teaching and upcoming retirement.    The high school lobby was set  to a tee with signs, decorations and...
On Saturday, April 30, Tammy Van Dam, Jill Venard, Kim Deuter and Karen Lindquist went to the Quad City Monster Jam in Moline, Illinois. While they were down in the pit, they witnessed Grave Digger driver Cole Venard with Kyle Medinger. Kyle had his wheelchair all decorated with “Grave Digger.”...
    The following was taken from Meghan Newsam’s Facebook page ‘Prayers for Rafe.’    Week 12 of our pregnancy at our first checkup we were told that I had a tear or rupture in the baby's sack or membrane. They said at that time my amniotic fluid was very low and they wanted me to see a high risk...

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