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March 1st

Kennedy Implement has settled into new location; giving open house and customer appreciation day

Big change ... This picture, taken from the same spot as when Kennedy Implement was just starting its move to the current location, now shows a customer reception area and parts room that is full, organized and always ready for use. Owner Denny Kennedy, and the employees, are eager to show off the new place during their open house.

To celebrate the success of the the new location, Kennedy Implement will be holding an open house and customer appreciation day on Friday, March 2.

Along with cookies and coffee offered from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., a free beef lunch will be held at noon and door prizes will be awarded. The old bottle of inexpensive wine time-capsuled in the walls of the old location will even be opened for some brave employees to sample.

There will be specials on parts and on tractors. A wide variety of machinery will be on display.

The move during March and April 2006 went well.

Scotties take a first and fourth place at State Wrestling Tournament

Smith boys bring home medals ... Jordan Smith, 119 lbs., fourth place, (son of Ray and Donna Smith) and Lincoln Smith, 189 lbs., first place (son of Kieth and Deb Smith) and the other Philip wrestlers represented the Scotties well at the State Wrestling “B” Tournament. See Photo gallery for more pictures.

The Smith boys (no relation), Lincoln (189 pounds, first place) and Jordan (119, fourth place), and the other seven Scottie contenders, represented their school and town well at the recent State tournament in Aberdeen.

Philip had nine athletes who competed at the State "B" Wrestling Tournament on Friday and Saturday, February 23 and 24, at the Barnett Center in Aberdeen. As a team, Philip tied for 11th place with a score of 53. Out of 54 participating teams, Parkston won with a team score of 132.5.

Philip has not had a state champion since 1999.