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Bonnie J. O'Day

Bonnie J. O'Day, 80 year old resident of Little Falls, MN, passed away Sunday, July 26, 2009, at her home.

A memorial service was held Wednesday, August 5, at the Shelley Funeral Chapel in Little Falls with Rev. Nicholas Landsberger officiating.

Burial was in the Pierre Cemetery in Pierre, SD.

Bonnie was born September 26, 1928, in Ft. Pierre, SD, to Henry and Bernice Koch. The family moved a lot when Bonnie was growing up and she attended nine different schools by the 10th grade.

City council opts not to have pool heater

It was a tough decision by the Philip City Council at their meeting Monday, August 3, but the cost of propane to heat the pool was the determining factor in their decision not to accept the gift of a pool heater from the Haakon County Young Women.

Carol Schofield stated a salesman from The Pool and Spa Center in Rapid City had looked at the Philip pool facility. She noted he said there was room for a heating system in the building.

HCYW said they would purchase the $4,000 heater and pay the $1,000 for installation, if the city would pay for the rest.

Haakon/Jackson County Fair provided a wealth of entertainment for all ages last week

Overall Grand Champion & Ranchers Choice Award … was awarded to Don and Lura Kirkpatrick of Hayes. Pictured (L-R) judge Charles Maude, Hermosa, Lura Kirkpatrick, judge Micheal Blume,Pierre and judge Chris Effling, Highmore. There were a total of 21 pens entered in the Pen of 3 competition and sponsored by Presho Livestock Auction.

The Haakon/Jackson County Fair was held at the fairgrounds in Philip, July 30 to August 1 with a full slate of activities for young and old.

Nearly 100 4-H members, and 25 non-4-H youth and adults from the two counties brought their hard work to the Legion Hall in Philip Thursday afternoon.

Friday afternoon the 4-H Junior Leaders hosted a barnyard olympics for all ages. Those 10 and under hunted for animals and made the correct animal sound when they spotted what they were seeking. They also had some fun with balloons.