Pioneer Review

A storm moved into the Philip area on Saturday evening, June 11th, shortly after the conclusion of the Philip Match Bronc Ride. This storm picked up steam and eventually turned a five-mile radius around Philip, upside down. Some of the more drastic tornado like activity was large grain bins flying...
Russ Sinkey
Russ Sinkey has lived in central South Dakota all of his life. He has built corrals, pasture fence and wildlife fence from Wall to Selby in South Dakota, into Iowa and also Nebraska. A little over 18 months ago, Russ developed shortness of breath that limited his ability to continue to build fence...
Thursday morning a vehicle crashed into the side of the Philip Health Services Clinic and Hospital. The vehicle took sheet rock off the inside wall of the hallway leading to the clinic and broke a propane line. Due to the propane line being hit the clinic and hospital patients were immediately...
The Haakon County Commissioners met on Monday, May 2 as a board of equalization to hear appeals presented after the April 12th meeting. No appeals had been filed so the board adjourned as a board of equalization. They then called the regular meeting to order. States Attorney Marty Jackley reported...
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The Philip community has struggled with a shortage of housing for years. This is evident when visiting with local business owners as they have difficulty filling positions due to the potential employee not being able to find housing. One of those businesses owners is Jerry and Karen Kroetch. The...
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On April 22nd, Richard Stewart joined the growing club of 35+ Years Employment with Scotchman Industries. When Richard joined Scotchman Ind in 1987, he worked in the material handling department. Richard worked in this department until fall of 1990, when he moved into the parts room.  After...
Due to the closure of the Kadoka Press newspaper, this is the first week we have combined the two subscriber lists. On Monday, April 11, 2022, the Kadoka Area School Board voted unanimously to select the Pioneer Review as their official legal newspaper. The City of Kadoka also met on Monday evening...
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Joe and Bobbi Woitte have retired from positions in the work force in Philip. Grossenburg Implement held an open house for the couple April 1st at their dealership in Philip. The couple worked for Baye and Sons Inc., until March of 1997, and stayed on board with Moddie Implement until 2008, when...

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