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Crew Agency, Ltd. the first in South Dakota to be featured in national trade magazine

Crew Agency, Ltd. ... is featured in this quarter’s Rural Community Insurance Service magazine and on the magazine’s website. The staff were excited to be the first in South Dakota to be featured in the magazine. Pictured back row, left to right, are Grady Crew, Tom Husband, and Rusty Olney; front row are Bernice Crew and Mary Poss. Courtesy photo

The Crew Agency, Ltd. is featured in this quarter’s Rural Community Insurance Service magazine and on the magazine’s website.

The Crew Agency staff were excited to be the first in South Dakota to be featured in the magazine. RCIS is the largest multi-peril crop insurance company, doing business in all 50 states. The spotlight is on the web at http://www.rcis.com/spotlight.ht ml.

Following is the article from the website.

The Crew Agency's office is in the Badlands Trading Post at the entrance to the Badlands National Park in southwestern South Dakota.


Scotties defeat Newell Irrigators

Dana Kerns makes this jump shot without getting fouled.

The Philip Scotties defeated the Newell Irrigators by a score of 66-61 in Philip on Tuesday evening, February 1st.

Individual scores for the Scotties: Austin Bowen, 5; Andy Schulz, 4; Dana Kerns, 24; Casey Elshere, 5; Nathan O'Dea, 26; and Justin Livermont, 2.

See next week's paper for complete stats.


Scotties defeat Newell Irrigators

Nathan O'Dea slips through the Irrigators' defense to put up two.

The Philip Scotties defeated the Newell Irrigators by a score of 66-61 in Philip on Tuesday evening, February 1st.

Individual scores for the Scotties: Austin Bowen, 5; Andy Schulz, 4; Dana Kerns, 24; Casey Elshere, 5; Nathan O'Dea, 26; and Justin Livermont, 2.

See next week's paper for complete stats.


Philip Scotties vs. Lemmon Cowboys

The Philip Scottie boys’ basketball team defeated the Lemmon Cowboys on Friday, January 28.


Dr. George Mangulis honored for 50 years of service to Philip

A grand celebration is scheduled to honor Dr. George J. Mangulis and his continuing service to the Philip community. Dr. Mangulis will have served as a doctor in Philip for 50 years as of March 5th. This is not a retirement party; he plans on staying active for quite a long time.

The celebration will be from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the Fine Arts Building at the Philip High School on Saturday, March 5.

“We are honoring Dr. G. J. Mangulis, but he honors all physicians, especially those who stay in a small community.” said David Dick, CEO of Philip Health Services.