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Photo by Katie Hunt
Members of the Jones County community and Jones County high school came together at the Boys basketball game on Friday to show appreciation to local photographer, Barbara (Barb) Hockenbary. She received a card,  poster, and flowers, (seen here) given by the students. She also received numerous...
Photo by Barb Hockenbary Photography
   The Junior Varsity and Varsity girls basketball team played against the White River Tigers on Tuesday, February 13. The ladies fought hard but ultimately ended up losing the game 45 to 52. The elementary basketball team played in between games. The parents of the Lady Coyotes were also...
We’re all doing it – all day, every day, whether we want to or not, everyone is constantly communicating with each other. It helps each of us meet our needs as individuals. Although communication is a common yet important skill, healthy communication requires additional effort, time, and motivation...
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34 (of the approximately 58)  Jones County wrestlers at the meet in Stanley County on February 4. Back row: Coaches Rian Edwards, Tyler Buxcel, and Chris Martinez. Next row: Westyn Anderson, Luke Lolley, Bennett Kinsley, Titan Erikson, Citori Edwards, Remi Edwards. Next row: Mason Nix, Jaxon...
Photo by Barb Hockenbary Photography
JC Invitational resultsThursday, Jan. 11   White River 93 Colome 41   Kadoka 76 Stanley County 68   Philip 56 Bennett County 25   Jones County 77 Lyman 41 Friday, Jan. 12   Lyman 58 Bennett County 41   Stanley County 84 Colome 60   Kadoka 40 White River 64   Philip 63 Jones County 54   Saturday,...
Jones County Superintendent David Colberg received a letter from the Associated School Boards of South Dakota (ASBSD) that praises the academic excellence of the students and district during the previous school year. The letter can be read below.   Dear Dave: During the previous school year, your...
Photo by Bart Pfankuch, South Dakota News Watch
Farmers and brokers who commit organic grain fraud have shown a propensity to spend big money on lavish lifestyles until the authorities catch up with them. When Belle Fourche organic grain broker Kent Duane Anderson turned to fraud, he made millions of dollars and used the ill-gotten gains to...


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