Pioneer Review

The Haakon County Commissioners met on Monday, May 2 as a board of equalization to hear appeals presented after the April 12th meeting. No appeals had been filed so the board adjourned as a board of equalization. They then called the regular meeting to order. States Attorney Marty Jackley reported...
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The Philip community has struggled with a shortage of housing for years. This is evident when visiting with local business owners as they have difficulty filling positions due to the potential employee not being able to find housing. One of those businesses owners is Jerry and Karen Kroetch. The...
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On April 22nd, Richard Stewart joined the growing club of 35+ Years Employment with Scotchman Industries. When Richard joined Scotchman Ind in 1987, he worked in the material handling department. Richard worked in this department until fall of 1990, when he moved into the parts room.  After...
Due to the closure of the Kadoka Press newspaper, this is the first week we have combined the two subscriber lists. On Monday, April 11, 2022, the Kadoka Area School Board voted unanimously to select the Pioneer Review as their official legal newspaper. The City of Kadoka also met on Monday evening...
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Joe and Bobbi Woitte have retired from positions in the work force in Philip. Grossenburg Implement held an open house for the couple April 1st at their dealership in Philip. The couple worked for Baye and Sons Inc., until March of 1997, and stayed on board with Moddie Implement until 2008, when...
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More than 30 municipal officials representing 7 cities gathered at the South Dakota Municipal League’s annual District 8 Meeting, held in Philip on March 29, 2022. Yvonne Taylor, South Dakota Municipal League Executive Director, spoke about the outcome of the 2022 Legislative Session, and the...
The City of Philip street crew took advantage of warmer weather and less traffic on a Sunday to do maintenance on the paved streets by crack sealing them with a crumb black rubber sealer. Public Works Director Matt Reckling, along with Brian Pearson and Robbie Shipp spent the day working on street...
That futuristic phrase is part of the nomenclature surrounding a beef production movement called “precision ranching,” an offshoot of the “precision agriculture” approach that promotes the use of advanced technology to improve yields and profitability. This new wave of ag research evokes postmodern...
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Levi and Crystal Neuharth and family of Hayes were honored March 1 by the South Dakota legislature as South Dakota’s 2021 Leopold Conservation Award recipients. Senator Mary Duvall and Representatives Mike Weisgram and Will Mortenson sponsored Senate Commemoration 808 Honoring Prairie Paradise...
Haakon County Commissioners met for their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 1, 2022. Emergency Manager Lori Quinn reported that the Pre-Disaster Hazard Mitigation Plan is ready for review. A Zoom review meeting was scheduled for March 3 with all commissioners invited to join. Quinn also met...

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