Photo by Mishayla Buchannan
On Wednesday, July 10, Murdo Ranch Rodeo hosted their second Play Day at the Murdo Rodeo Arena. Three categories of ages competed in barrel racing, flag racing, and pole bending. Scores are being kept for prizes after the last day on July 31.
Both Bison and Lemmon School Districts were in attendance at the recent Commissioners meeting to ask for more PILT (payment in lou of taxes) money.
School cook Virginia Utter applied for the Farm to School Lunch Program in 2023, two years of home raised beef has been donated to the school.
Aaron Chapman of Brosz Engineering visited with the Board about the storm sewer project from the southwest corner of the park to Main Street, it is complete.
Faith was one of many communities across the state of South Dakota to experience damage from a storm that rolled through Saturday night.
Courtesy Linda M. Hiltner, National Grasslands Visitor Center
Smokey Bear participated in the Wall Celebration parade on Saturday, July 13, 2024.
Photo by Mishayla Buchannan
Courtesy Linda M. Hiltner, National Grasslands Visitor Center

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Photo by Mishayla Buchannan
On Wednesday, July 10, Murdo Ranch Rodeo hosted their second Play Day at the Murdo Rodeo Arena. Three categories of ages competed in barrel racing, flag racing, and pole bending. Scores are being kept for prizes after the last day on July 31. The next Play Day is on Wednesday, July 24, at 7:00 p.m.
Both Bison and Lemmon School Districts were in attendance at the recent Commissioners meeting to ask for more PILT (payment in lou of taxes) money. Bison’s Dr Shipley stated that the ESSER funds (COVID) have been dispersed, the federal funding for school lunch program is gone. Lemmon’s...
School cook Virginia Utter applied for the Farm to School Lunch Program in 2023, two years of home raised beef has been donated to the school. “The school buys the beef and the families donate the processing” stated Utter. Many people from the community have donate fruit and vegetables to the...
Aaron Chapman of Brosz Engineering visited with the Board about the storm sewer project from the southwest corner of the park to Main Street, it is complete. Grass is beginning to grow through the waddles, the waddles can be removed soon. Lagoon cell 4 is shaped and in need of compacting the top...

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