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Frank Hansen was born in Philip, South Dakota, attended school in Philip, and is a 1969 graduate of Philip High School.  With the help of grants, academic scholarships and work-study programs, Frank was able to continue his education at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.  By 1974 he held...
Chelsea Tobin
This week the board of directors for Scotchman Industries presented Campaign Council chairman, Roger Porch and Philip Health Services CEO, Jeremy Schultes, with a check for $600,000.  This made official the offer the manufacturer’s board had made to the council some months ago.The nursing home...
The board of the Philip Chamber of Commerce met Monday and tentatively scheduled the summer celebration, Scotty Philip Days, to be held August 14, 15, and 16th. Early June the Philip Chamber of Commerce will hold a membership meeting to gather input concerning Scotty Philip Days. We ask everyone...
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Listen up fellas! With school closed, this week is normally when our children would bring home handmade Mother’s Day gifts (which also serves as a convenient reminder of the upcoming day). Whoever is doing the gifting, we’ve got you covered with a well-rounded list of local gift ideas from...
by Chelsea TobinYou may recognize Sara’s smiling face and be familiar with her positive attitude when visiting ginnys, the local coffee shop. Sara Van Dusseldorp is now Haakon County’s newest Library Director.What are you most excited for in this position?I truly feel honored to be able to serve...
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Philip Nursing Home caregivers are working to ensure our residents are protected from the COVID-19 virus.  By limiting travel, social distancing, use of personal protective equipment and following CDC guidelines we hope to avoid COVID-19 in the Philip Nursing Home and Silverleaf Assisted Living...
Deb Smith volunteered her time as well to make masks. This one is very patriotic.
Philip local, Terry Holman, was asked by her husband Dave, a Philip healthcare provider, to make masks for local healthcare workers. She was more than happy to and got to work with the help of her sister, Tammy, who provided over the phone coaching.Holman posted a couple photos and a caption to her...

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