Rows of farm machinery and vehicles surrounded the Dowling shop. Cars lined the dirt roads from the shop leading all the way to Draper.
There is something about a farm auction that draws people from miles around, but they come for various reasons: most to buy at least a few items, a few just to visit neighbors and maybe m
Ashley Geigle helps daughter Melaynee Geigle sign her name on the Avera beam. Melaynee was diagnosed with low grade neuroblastoma at 10 months old in August of 2014. When Melaynee was 15 months old she had the tumor removed and was declared in remission in November of 2015. Melaynee now has scans every six months and thing are looking great! Ashley Geigle quotes, “When you hear that your child has cancer, the pain is unexplainable. When Melaynee was declared in remission, we shouted for joy! We would like t
The Murdo Lion’s Club welcomed Avera Oncologist Dr. Sreekanth Donepudi and Avera Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mikel Holland to the annual chili feed on March 18. Dr. Donepudi and Dr.
Many booths, returnees as well as first timers, are scheduled to participated in the second annual job fair in Philip, March, 28.
The Badlands Bad River Regional Economic Development Partnership (BBR) is sponsoring its second annual job fair and business exposition, Tuesday, March 28.
Josh Geigle toured an apple orchard. The trees can be worked from ground level. The only machine is the scoop that collects the not-quite good enough apples that are purposefully dropped to the ground to eventually become juice, sauce and other by-products.
Josh Geigle is a rancher in the Wall area. He is also the Pennington County Farm Bureau president. Geigle was one of four Americans who were granted an agricultural tour of Germany.  
​The Wolf Fire destroyed over 2,500 acres around Highway 14 near Quinn. The tremendous wind, though cold, carried the flames so fast that some spots were jumped, even leaving a drift of snow visible in the aftermath south of the highway.
The Wolf Fire started late Saturday, March 4, two miles east of Wall, then quickly burned northward.  
​Among the many samplings of offered classes is this kids’ “pop-up” for which an activity or class is announced only a day or two before the Sunday it is to be presented.
The Ignite Wellness Center, Philip, showed off its recent building expansion and upgrade. March 3 was its official grand opening.  
Rows of farm machinery and vehicles surrounded the Dowling shop. Cars lined the dirt roads from the shop leading all the way to Draper.
Ashley Geigle helps daughter Melaynee Geigle sign her name on the Avera beam. Melaynee was diagnosed with low grade neuroblastoma at 10 months old in August of 2014. When Melaynee was 15 months old she had the tumor removed and was declared in remission in November of 2015. Melaynee now has scans every six months and thing are looking great! Ashley Geigle quotes, “When you hear that your child has cancer, the pain is unexplainable. When Melaynee was declared in remission, we shouted for joy! We would like t
Many booths, returnees as well as first timers, are scheduled to participated in the second annual job fair in Philip, March, 28.
Josh Geigle toured an apple orchard. The trees can be worked from ground level. The only machine is the scoop that collects the not-quite good enough apples that are purposefully dropped to the ground to eventually become juice, sauce and other by-products.
​The Wolf Fire destroyed over 2,500 acres around Highway 14 near Quinn. The tremendous wind, though cold, carried the flames so fast that some spots were jumped, even leaving a drift of snow visible in the aftermath south of the highway.
​Among the many samplings of offered classes is this kids’ “pop-up” for which an activity or class is announced only a day or two before the Sunday it is to be presented.

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Rows of farm machinery and vehicles surrounded the Dowling shop. Cars lined the dirt roads from the shop leading all the way to Draper.
There is something about a farm auction that draws people from miles around, but they come for various reasons: most to buy at least a few items, a few just to visit neighbors and maybe make a new friend or two, and others just because they like auctions. For whatever reason there were more...
Ashley Geigle helps daughter Melaynee Geigle sign her name on the Avera beam. Melaynee was diagnosed with low grade neuroblastoma at 10 months old in August of 2014. When Melaynee was 15 months old she had the tumor removed and was declared in remission in November of 2015. Melaynee now has scans every six months and thing are looking great! Ashley Geigle quotes, “When you hear that your child has cancer, the pain is unexplainable. When Melaynee was declared in remission, we shouted for joy! We would like t
The Murdo Lion’s Club welcomed Avera Oncologist Dr. Sreekanth Donepudi and Avera Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mikel Holland to the annual chili feed on March 18. Dr. Donepudi and Dr. Holland provided the Jones County community with a presentation regarding awareness of the Helmsley Center and Avera...
Many booths, returnees as well as first timers, are scheduled to participated in the second annual job fair in Philip, March, 28.
The Badlands Bad River Regional Economic Development Partnership (BBR) is sponsoring its second annual job fair and business exposition, Tuesday, March 28. From 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., in the Philip High School fine arts building, people will gather to network with potential employees, employers,...
Josh Geigle toured an apple orchard. The trees can be worked from ground level. The only machine is the scoop that collects the not-quite good enough apples that are purposefully dropped to the ground to eventually become juice, sauce and other by-products.
Josh Geigle is a rancher in the Wall area. He is also the Pennington County Farm Bureau president. Geigle was one of four Americans who were granted an agricultural tour of Germany.   The American Council on Germany sponsors the McCloy Leadership Mission on Agriculture, Food Security, and Resource...

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