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James E. "Jim" Keegan

James E. "Jim" Keegan, age 89, of Faith, died Sunday, December 17, 2006, in Dupree, SD.

Funeral services will be held 1:00 p.m. Thursday, December 21, at the Pioneer Hall in Dupree, with Pastor Harold Delbridge officiating.

Visitation will be held one hour preceding the services at the church on Thursday.

Interment will be in the Dupree Cemetery.

James E. Keegan was born August 31, 1917, at Philip, SD, the son of James and Ethel (Royer) Keegan.


Haakon School District 27-1 finishes semester and calendar year 2006

Convening at 5:00 p.m. due to the high school Christmas concert at 6:30, the Haakon School District Board of Education wrapped up its 2006 business.

The board approved the list of volunteer coaches for the winter sports.


Update on teenager Jennifer Nelson

Green Day in Philip ... It’s news when so many basketball fans wear green in support of Jennifer Nelson’s hopeful double lung transplant. The December 14 boys’ and girls’ games saw fans on both sides wearing a splash to a drenching of green. KOTA Territory News cameraman Shad Olson recorded it to be aired on the Friday evening news.

Jennifer Nelson took a "bump in the road" on Thursday, December 14, during one of the preliminary double lung transplant tests. She had to be put in intensive care. At last report, she was stabilized, but sedated.

Even though this is a bit discouraging we have to remember what a little fighter Jenn is and please keep your eyes on the goal.

KOTA television was at the Philip/Stanley County basketball game Thursday night to report on the audience dressed in green, the color representing organ transplants. The footage was aired on KOTA sports on Friday evening.


Update on teenager Jennifer Nelson

Jennifer's grandmas, Rose Nelson and Lyndy Ireland (center) pictured with Karla Kroetch (far right), and Mickey Reedy on far left.

Jennifer Nelson took a "bump in the road" on Thursday, December 14, during one of the preliminary double lung transplant tests. She had to be put in intensive care. At last report, she was stabilized, but sedated.

Even though this is a bit discouraging we have to remember what a little fighter Jenn is and please keep your eyes on the goal.

KOTA television was at the Philip/Stanley County basketball game Thursday night to report on the audience dressed in green, the color representing organ transplants. The footage was aired on KOTA sports on Friday evening.


Haakon School District 27-1 finishes semester and calendar year 2006

The board approved the list of volunteer coaches for the winter sports.