Pioneer Review

After unanimous approval in committee last week, a bill that enhances the reach of public notices sailed through the S.D. House of Representatives on Monday.  HB1075 requires all newspapers to post public notices to a website, sdpublicnotices.com, maintained by the S.D. Newspaper Association. The...
The community of Philip celebrated the opening of the new Scotchman Living Center in July of 2021. A large group of people gathered to enjoy the beautiful new space that was constructed adjacent to the existing Philip Nursing Home. Residents have been moved in and enjoying the space for six months...
The Haakon County Commissioners met on January 4 for their first monthly meeting of 2022. First order of business on the agenda were public comments from three representatives from Butler Machine. Jerry Heiser of Butler Machine is retiring, and he introduced two representatives that the county will...
The Philip Area residents honored Rick Coyle December 29th in an afternoon open house at the Philip Ambulance Building. During the open house Mayor Mike Vetter Read the Mayoral Proclamation from the City of Philip and also read a greeting and well wishes from Former Mayor Nancy Ekstrum. Former...
The Gem Theatre hosted a holiday event on Sunday Dec 19. The fun filled day began with a free movie, “The Grinch”, to all who attended. Following the movie, Santa Claus made an appearance. Many of the children took a seat on his lap to give him their Christmas wishes. There was also horse drawn...
A long time customer of Ignite Studios, downtown Philip, is moving this Saturday to a new apartment in Pierre, SD. Duane VanRoyen, an amputee that has lived for many years in the Senechal Apartments has been a dedicated customer of Ignite since their very beginning. It was early in 2017 when I...
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  Sometimes, career plans change. At times, for the better. Sometimes, for the worst. Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher, concluded, “change is the most constant thing in life,” and when it comes to employment, the author Mark Twain wisely advises readers to, “find a job you enjoy doing, and you will...
Thursday, November 18th the Haakon County Commissioners met for a special meeting to consider two county redistricting proposals and to discuss an ordinance to regulate medical cannabis within Haakon County. All commissioners were present. First on the agenda was redistricting of the county. Two...
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To help fill the great need for more nurses in the region and state of South Dakota, Western Dakota Technical College (WDTC) is expanding its Practical Nursing Program with courses to be offered in Philip, S.D., in Fall 2022. The college made this announcement in Philip, today, Monday, Nov. 8.  ...

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