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   The Junior Varsity and Varsity girls basketball team played against the White River Tigers on Tuesday, February 13. The ladies fought hard but ultimately ended up losing the game 45 to 52.
Just a couple of weeks ago, Perkins County commissioners appointed Todd Lutters as the interim Director of Equalization, following Corina Kocer’s resignation at the end of the year.
TyAnn Mortenson scored her 1,000th point during the New Underwood game on Friday, February 16th, 2024.
The group sponsoring a constitutional amendment to expand South Dakota abortion rights said it will likely file a lawsuit if legislators pass a bill allowing petitioners to withdraw signatures tha
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In a town this small, have you ever imagined that there would be a tattoo shop? Look no further than right here on the corner of Oak Street and Center Avenue in Philip.
We’re all doing it – all day, every day, whether we want to or not, everyone is constantly communicating with each other. It helps each of us meet our needs as individuals.
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New doctor at Philip Health Services

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   The Junior Varsity and Varsity girls basketball team played against the White River Tigers on Tuesday, February 13. The ladies fought hard but ultimately ended up losing the game 45 to 52. The elementary basketball team played in between games. The parents of the Lady Coyotes were also...
Just a couple of weeks ago, Perkins County commissioners appointed Todd Lutters as the interim Director of Equalization, following Corina Kocer’s resignation at the end of the year. Last week, Lutters, the current deputy in that office, resigned his position, effective February 29.   Lutter’s...
TyAnn Mortenson scored her 1,000th point during the New Underwood game on Friday, February 16th, 2024. She has had an amazing career thus far with many more opportunities to come as she finishes her junior year and goes into her senior year of high school.  TyAnn has been a member of two State...
The group sponsoring a constitutional amendment to expand South Dakota abortion rights said it will likely file a lawsuit if legislators pass a bill allowing petitioners to withdraw signatures that have already been certified for the ballot. “I can’t speculate about whether the bill will pass or...

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