Murdo Coyote

The Draper Auditorium is lookin’ good these days! With just a few minor details left to complete, Cowboy Construction will finish the update project very soon. The 70 year old building was resided, a steel roof was installed and a false peak was also added.    The Town of Draper would like to thank...
Photo by Meghan Newsam
4-H horse project leaders provide a safe, supportive environment for youth to practice important life skills while they explore the world of horses and ponies. Those skills include planning, organizing, communicating and relating with others, along with learning to learn. All of these skills will...
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The echoing resound of demolition could be heard from Main Street in Murdo on April 17 as the former First Fidelity Bank building offered it’s final goodbyes, brick by brick.  During the fall of 2017, we Murdoites began following the progress of construction as First Fidelity Bank broke ground and...
A bake sale fundraiser for the gymnastics program was held during the home games Saturday, February 10.
“Gymnastics is something that I knew I loved from the very start. It’s my goal to make it available to everyone here in Jones County,” shares local gymnastics instructor Abby Martinez.    In early 2017 Abby, her husband Chris and their three children Avery, Mason and Sawyer moved to Jones ...
Vanessa Hight plays patient to Lacie Campbell and Chris Letellier as they practice spinal immobilization and backboarding skills.
Shouts of joy could be heard from the Jones County High School on Saturday, February 3 as five EMT students received passing grades on their practical exams!   As part of the certification process students are required to complete and pass seven hands on skill stations. The testing ranges from...
Ash Wednesday in Murdo
Courtesy photo   Pictured above are several local youth who received their ashes at the Ash Wednesday Service at the Murdo Methodist Church on February 14. Pastor Mark Philips shared, “We are grateful to have seen so many kids come to the service and receive their ashes as Lent begins preparing us...
Birkeland issues a $5,000 check to Aberdeen Pheasant Coalition
Pictured left, Jones County NYLC member Jacob Birkeland issues a $5,000 check to Aberdeen Pheasant Coalition. Birkeland presented this donation while attending the S.D. State Habitat Meeting at Pheasant Fest in Sioux Falls February 16-18. Young and ambitious; Birkeland serves as the Public...
Buzz Donnenwirth, age 89
Buzz Donnenwirth, age 89, Rapid City, died Friday, January 05, 2018 at Westhills Healthcare in Rapid City.   A visitation will be held from 5:00 to 7:00pm on Wednesday, January 10, 2018, at Kirk Funeral Home.   Funeral services will be held at 1:00pm on Thursday, January 11, 2018, at First...
Members of the MRC board, (L-R): Kim Halverson, Attorney Ken Cotton, Monte Anker and Tim Greenway, face the audience gathered for the rail authority meeting held Thursday, December 14 at Chamberlain.
The Mitchell Rapid City (MRC) Regional Railroad Authority board issued a strong warning to the Dakota Southern Railroad (DSR) to resolve operational issues, including a three-year old dispute with a landowner over damages caused by a fire, hazardous materials car violation, non-payment of out-...
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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