Pioneer Review

    John Fanta, University of South Dakota medical student from Yankton, and Michael Miller, South Dakota State University medical laboratory science student from Milbank, are following health care providers at Hans P. Peterson Memorial Hospital.    Philip joins 14 other South Dakota communities in...
    Zane Pekron, Milesville, was ordained as a transitional deacon by Bishop Robert Gruss, Diocese of Rapid City, on May 24, at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Rapid City    Pekron’s parents, Steven and Nina Pekron, are members of St. Mary Catholic Church, Milesville.    A transitional...
  The Philip community, through the annual leadership of the Wheeler-Brooks American Legion Post #173, observed Memorial Day, Monday, May 28. After graves of military deceased were decorated with flowers and flags, community members gathered for the Roll Call of the Dead. Lester Pearson read off...
Del Bartels
The South Dakota Newspaper Association’s contest to identify and spotlight the best work done by newspapers across the state last year took center stage during the 136th annual SDNA convention May 3-5 in Sioux Falls. Each of the state’s newspapers is placed in one of five categories: two sizes of...
by Del Bartels “The staff has been very good; a lot of obstacles covered and a lot of obstacles to overcome yet,” said Don Burns, president of the Philip Health Services, Inc., Board of Directors. The PHSI annual meeting was April 24 in the ambulance service building. All were welcome to attend,...
Friday, April 27, Mason Lodge #153 sponsored its second annual, father/daughter dance, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Philip High School fine arts building. “If you missed it last year you missed out. We had a great time young and older,” said Mason member Brad Heltzel. The event was for...
San Luis Obispo International Film Festival
The film, “Floating Horses: The Life of Casey Tibbs,” produced and directed by Midland native Justin Koehler about the rodeo legend born northwest of Fort Pierre, was named the Best Documentary Film by the National Cowboy Museum at its Western Heritage Awards night on April 14 in Oklahoma City. “It...
by Del Bartels “I can’t wait until our best kids think it is a good thing to stay in South Dakota,” started V.J. Smith at his public presentation at the Philip High School, March 29. Having spoken in front of crowds as small as eight chief executive officers and as large as 13,000 people in a...
A bill in the South Dakota Legislature that would require all official meetings of government boards and commissions to include time on their agendas for public comment is headed to Governor Dennis Daugaard’s desk. Legislators have already okayed it.   House Bill 1172 appears straightforward and...
Badlands Brawlers earned fourth place as a team with six individual medals as well.
One champion, and five top seven places for individuals and a team placing of fourth were brought home by the Badlands Brawlers following the State B Wrestling Tournament in Sioux Falls, Feb. 23-24.   McCoy Peterson took the 120 pound championship spot and finished the season undefeated. Blair...

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