Faith Independent

Photo courtesy of Faith Arts Council
The Faith Arts Council held their first annual Trunk-Or-Treat on Main Street in Faith Saturday, October 29th, 2022. The event was held at the south end of Main Street. Local businesses and community members gathered at 4:00 pm to set up their Trunk -Or-Treat areas in preparation of a large crowd...
 Photo courtesy Elke King
Congratulations to the Faith FFA Leadership Development Event competitors who placed in Belle Fourche, last Friday. Journey King, Bridgett Lemmel, and Jaysee Jones represented the Faith FFA team. Bridgett placed 3rd in Extemporaneous Speaking. Jaysee placed 9th while Journey placed 16th in...
Photo courtesy Alison Grueb
Kaia Day and Melody Ilesanmi competed at the Sturgis Invitational Oral Interp. Competition Saturday, October 8, 2022.  Melody placed 3rd in poetry and Kaia placed 2nd in storytelling.   Coach Alison Grueb is very proud of these two FHS Longhorns for doing such a great job at their first...
Photo courtesy Wade Hofer
Another Coal Springs Threshing Bee and Antique Show has come and gone. We had a great weekend with pretty good weather and great crowds. A big thank you to all who took part in the event.  We truly do live in a GENEROUS community. We do not charge admission and yet through the generosity of...
 Photo courtesy Lacey Wondercheck
   Faith Arts Council held their 1st annual Arts in the Park last Saturday in the Faith City Park.    Free face painting, inflatables, shopping, food trucks and a cornhole tournament offered the perfect combination of fun. With 10 vendor booths and over 100 attendees, it is safe to say the event...
Photo Courtesy Kris Escott
One 4-H Clubs decision to close their chapter may very well save the life of a person in a dire situation.  As the Top Hand 4-H Club along with Advisor Kim Bachman decided to dissolve their club, a question of what to do with funds left in the account needed to be answered. In true 4-H fashion...
It’s fall y’all ... well, almost! The first official calendar day of fall is Thursday, September 22, 2022. While that date is one many look forward to, fall agriculture work is already in full swing.  Motorist may encounter large machinery such as combines, tractors, hay hauling rigs or herds of...
 Photo courtesy Becky Ness
Come to the Faith Museum and see the new and old exhibits.  A parachute from World War II, the handmade tools that Eldon Jensen's dad brought with him from Denmark,  and the Native American statue donated by Donna Henschel are currently on display. In addition to the many items availabile to...


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