Pioneer Review

In the coming weeks, the Pioneer Review will publish a number of stories and interesting articles concerning the upcoming elections, focusing on the June primary. Haakon County Auditor Stacy Pinney compiled and supplied the Pioneer Review with some past election statistics. This year, 2024, Haakon...
In this issue, you will find the annual publication of financial summaries of insurance companies licensed to do business in South Dakota.Insurance companies doing business in South Dakota are required by state law to publish these financial summaries each year. The summary lists the insurance...
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FFA members are preparing for agriculture careers, learning the role agriculture plays in feeding and clothing the world, and looking for opportunities to grow the industry.  FFA’s Career Development Events are built around ag industry careers, expose members to many of the opportunities and needs...
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At the annual Prime Rib Benefit and Auction, held April 13 at the Kadoka Auditorium, the Philip Area Health Foundation (PAHF) presented Kadoka Care Center (KCC) Director Heidi Coller with a check for $5,000.The KCC made a request to PAHF for assistance in the purchase of an oxygen concentrator and...
Kelton Quinn, a member of Mitchell Tech’s first Entrepreneurship cohort and owner of KU Craftmanship, competed as a finalist in the Governor’s Giant Vision Competition.“I’m excited, but it’s a little nerve-racking,” the 21-year-old Milesville native said.For his contest entry, Quinn stated that he...
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Philip Health Services' "Know Your Numbers" Health Fair was held Saturday, April 6, at the American Legion Hall in Philip with a terrific turn-out. Over 20 vendors participated in the event and the Philip Health Services lab offered a variety of tests at a reduced price. We hope to see you again...
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Monte Palecek retired from Scotchman Ind on Friday, March 29th after 43 years of employment. Monte was originally hired in 1981 to be Scotchman’s cost accountant, but over the years he also took on numerous tasks such as setting up and maintaining labor tracking software, creating many, many...
Standing next to a row of bookcases in the Mitchell High School library, South Dakota’s lieutenant governor was asked about taking the reins of state government.It’s a sensitive subject for Larry Rhoden, who has embraced his supporting role as Gov. Kristi Noem’s second-in-command since entering...
Publishers note: We are fortunate to be able to support the "public's right to know" in our weekly newspapers, as we represent area counties, cities, schools, and other government entities within our newspaper group. The taxpayers within these communities deserve this right and use it to keep...

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