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Two Faith High School Students were offered the opportunity to serve as Senate Page during this 2019 legislative session.
 Living in the Badlands of western South Dakota and forced into crime after one wrong decision is the basis of the new fiction novel, “The Lucky Clover”. Author Nick Heeb’s first novel was released Friday, January 18th.
Community members and the family of Janice Selby gathered at the Community Legion Hall on Sunday, December 23rd, to commemorate Janice’s 24 years as President of the Community Action Team(CAT).
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Girls Tournament MVP ... Sydnie Schauer

New doctor at Philip Health Services

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Two Faith High School Students were offered the opportunity to serve as Senate Page during this 2019 legislative session.    Each year High School students from across the state are able to participate in this program. While serving on the Senate floor students are able to see first hand how our...
 Living in the Badlands of western South Dakota and forced into crime after one wrong decision is the basis of the new fiction novel, “The Lucky Clover”. Author Nick Heeb’s first novel was released Friday, January 18th. Nick, as most of Haakon County remembers him, graduated from Philip High School...

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