PJHS Band
The annual Philip Junior High Christmas concert was presented Nov. 28, in the Philip High School fine arts building. Under the direction of Barb Bowen, the sixth through eighth grade band opened, and later closed, the Holidays on Parade evening.
Keith Emerson … a man of the land
Ninety-five years of living has provided Philip resident Keith Emerson with a passel of friends, family and wonderful memories.  
Faith Fourth Grade Class
That’s right, you read that correctly. The kids in Mrs. Hlavka’s 4th grade class have decided to pass on a Christmas party at school this year.
Photo by Cristen Roghair. Local friends and family gathered for a benefit auction and dinner held in honor of the Brad and Shawna Roghair family on Saturday, November 25 at the Harold Thune Auditorium. Monies raised at the event were directed to help the Roghair family cover medical expenses following Brad’s horse accident earlier this year. Pictured above are Bill Eckert and Jacob Lolley, volunteer auctioneers who donated their time and services to the event.
Brad Roghair benefit deemed successful!
“There is no deer that could possibly compare to what I experienced on that cat hunt,” exclaimed Branden West, seasoned hunter and guide.
The newly arrived dog started baying.   “I thought up to that point nobody would believe me,” said Branden West about seeing a mountain lion.  
Mike West, Philip, is the 2017 inductee into the South Dakota Volleyball Coaches Associations Hall of Fame.
Mike West, Philip, has been honored by the South Dakota Volleyball Coaches Association, which inducted West into the SDVBCA Hall of Fame.  
PJHS Band
Keith Emerson … a man of the land
Faith Fourth Grade Class
Photo by Cristen Roghair. Local friends and family gathered for a benefit auction and dinner held in honor of the Brad and Shawna Roghair family on Saturday, November 25 at the Harold Thune Auditorium. Monies raised at the event were directed to help the Roghair family cover medical expenses following Brad’s horse accident earlier this year. Pictured above are Bill Eckert and Jacob Lolley, volunteer auctioneers who donated their time and services to the event.
“There is no deer that could possibly compare to what I experienced on that cat hunt,” exclaimed Branden West, seasoned hunter and guide.
Mike West, Philip, is the 2017 inductee into the South Dakota Volleyball Coaches Associations Hall of Fame.

New doctor at Philip Health Services

PJHS Band
The annual Philip Junior High Christmas concert was presented Nov. 28, in the Philip High School fine arts building. Under the direction of Barb Bowen, the sixth through eighth grade band opened, and later closed, the Holidays on Parade evening. Their first set included “Christmas Feast,” “The Name...
Keith Emerson … a man of the land
Ninety-five years of living has provided Philip resident Keith Emerson with a passel of friends, family and wonderful memories.   Many know Keith through Haakon County Abstract, a business he owned for nearly 20 years. Through that business, Keith learned a lot about the land in the county as well...
Faith Fourth Grade Class
That’s right, you read that correctly. The kids in Mrs. Hlavka’s 4th grade class have decided to pass on a Christmas party at school this year. Instead, they are opting to collect donations for the Fort Meade VA Medical Center and its residents.    The kids have decorated three boxes for collection...
Photo by Cristen Roghair. Local friends and family gathered for a benefit auction and dinner held in honor of the Brad and Shawna Roghair family on Saturday, November 25 at the Harold Thune Auditorium. Monies raised at the event were directed to help the Roghair family cover medical expenses following Brad’s horse accident earlier this year. Pictured above are Bill Eckert and Jacob Lolley, volunteer auctioneers who donated their time and services to the event.
Brad Roghair benefit deemed successful! Friends and family of Brad and Shawna Roghair came from near and far to honor the family with their presence and gifts last Saturday evening at the Harold Thune Auditorium in Murdo, S.D.   The event began with the delightful singing of Molly Dowling who...

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