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Bil - Mar Expressions * The idea person. 29,999 promotional items and ideas. Trinkits, thing-a-ma-jigs, do-dads, whatchamacallits, pens, calendars, etc.
Cattle Business Weekly * Region's newest agricultural newspaper * Based out of Philip * Serves a nine state region, providing current news, market reports and event listings of the U.S. cattle industry * Weekly publication, publishing every Wednesday
Coyle's Super Valu * Locally-owned family operation * Celebrating 7th anniversary July 2009 * Thank you to all our loyal patrons. We enjoy serving you and are looking forward to many more years of doing business with all of our local communities here in Western South Dakota.
Crew Agency Ltd. * Sell multi-peril crop insurance and crop-hail insurance to farmers and ranchers in Western South Dakota * Located at exit #131 on I-90 at the Badlands Trading Post
Dakota Mill & Grain * Grain Elevator * Your feed, seed, chemical, fertilizer & salt * Grinding, feed delivery, and seed treating
First National Bank First National Bank in Philip has, for nearly 100 years, served a large part of western South Dakota by providing quality banking based on customer service. We are proud that some relationships started three generations ago continue today. When you walk into our lobby, you will certainly be met with a smile and most likely will be greeted by your first name.
First National Bank in Philip was chartered in 1906 and has provided continuous banking service since that time. Through depressions and dust bowls and through good times and bad, this bank has been a stalwart member of the community and has continued to provide quality banking products to its customers.
The heart and soul of our bank is our people. We have been blessed with many long term employees which means you don’t have to get to know a new person every time you come in to do business. You often hear that there is no such thing as customer loyalty any more but we are living proof that loyalty still exists. Our customers are the finest people in the world and our best source of new business. Word of mouth advertising from a satisfied customer is truly priceless.
We are a locally owned bank, and all deposit and lending decisions are made here. We have no corporate board of directors that is more interested in profit than service. Owners, directors and staff all live here and know first hand the problems we face and the opportunities we experience.
All banks compete on products, rate and service. We offer a complete range of banking products, capably covering all your financial requests. Our rates are always competitive and are usually better than competing banks. And our service is exemplary. You will be pleased to have First National Bank in Philip as your financial partner.
When the sun rises tomorrow, First National Bank in Philip will be open for business just as it has for the last 100 years. As that new day dawns, we hope that you will consider allowing us to take care of all your financial needs.
Grossenberg Implement * Barry Grossenburg & his son Charlie are proud to continue their long standing tradition of service with the purchase of Moodie Implement (formerly Baye & Sons) in Philip along with the dealership in Pierre. They will he taking turns between the Philip & Pierre stores as well as running the Winner store.
The Store manager at the Philip store is Joe Woitte, who will still be taking on the duties of service manager and salesman. The other employees are the same. Mike Schultz (Mgr), Diane Fitch, & Dan Uhrig round out the parts team. Bobbi Woitte is there to help with Farm Plan, she a does the bookkeeping, service writing, & other secretarial duties.
Last but not least, our great service team with many years of experience (most of these employees worked for Baye & Sons) Rusty Raye, Mike Clements, Justin Freeman, Brian Hckerott, Jade Hlavka, Ron Hulce, Neil Jones, Bill Manke and Larry Neiderworder. We are especially proud of the fact that 3 of our mechanics have the distinct honor of being “Master Technicians” (there are only 17 registered in the state of South Dakota!).
Haakon County Abstract * Title Insurance underwritten by Dakota Homestead Title Insurance Company * Escrow Closing * Abstracts
Haakon County Conservation District * Provides assistance for conservation practices from the countryside to your back yard * Offers wide variety of products and services to conserve and/or enhance natural resources * Offers large selection of ornamental trees and shrubs for homeowners * Tree protectors, deer repellent, fabric weed barrier, and staples on hand to improve tree survival. * Tree planting and fabric installation service for shelterbelt plantings for farmers/ranchers. * Provides rental of 535 gallon water tank on pull-type trailer for watering shelterbelts * Morris drills available to rent for planting grass seed mixtures and grains * Proud sponsors of the Philip Elementary Outdoor Learning Center * Proud sponsor of the Haakon County Conservation District Tree Research Project which has helped improve our tree program by enabling us to recommend suitable tree species for Haakon County * Visit elementary classrooms frequently to teach students about conservation * Sponsors essay, speech, and poster contests to promote conservation
HCS Hometown Computer Service Specializing in: * PC, laptop & printer repair * Spyware & virus removal * Wired & wireless network install & service * No markup on PC, laptop, etc. orders
Krofam, Inc. * Visit www.scotchman.com to find out about our local metal fabricating company * Global exports
Kemnitz Law Office Firm Profile: With over 41 years of combined experience, Kemnitz Law Offices is a full service law firm that provides legal services to its clients in a vast array of areas. Legal services include: Banking and Commercial law, Contracts, Corporations, Domestic Relations, Elder law, Employment law, Estate Planning, Family law, Guardianship and Conservatorship, Landlord/Tenant, Municipal, Personal Injury, Probates, Product Liability Defense, Real Estate and Trusts. The firm also serves as the State's Attorney for Haakon County. * Year Established: 1971 * AV Peer Review Rated * Representative Clients:
Scotchman Industries, Inc.
First National Bank of Philip
Town of Interior
Philip Health Services
Haakon County School District
Town of Quinn
State Bar of South Dakota
American Bar Association
South Dakota Trial Lawyers Association
The Association of Trial Lawyers of America
Defense Research Institute
One Fine Day * Full-service salon specializing in haircare for men, women, and children. Skin care, pedicures and manicures are also available. Watch for our special offers!
Philip Livestock * To consign your livestock or to schedule an appointment with a representative, give us a call Thor Roseth, owner - 605/685-5826 Jerry Roseth, fieldman, Philip - 605/685-5820 Lonnie Arneson, fieldman, Elm Springs - 605/798-2525 Jeff Long, fieldman, Red Owl - 605/985-5486 Billy Markwed, fieldman, Midland - 605/567-3385
Rush Funeral Home * Family owned and operated by Jack and Daniel Rush * Owned since 1985, after purchasing it from W.E. and Rugh Woodall * Offers sincere and affordable optinos to fit each individual
Ravellette Publications * Weekly Hometown Newspaper * 6500 circulation, 11 county shopper - "The Profit" * Commercial Printing Operation * Newspaper-Legal paper for Haakon County, Haakon School and Midland School District, City of Philip, and town of Midland. * Local coverage of sports, community and civic activities * 60% of Newspaper on website
Tollefson Law Office Firm Profile: Solo Practitioner Licensed in practice in State and Federal Courts. Degree from the University of South Dakota in 1993. Six years experience as Assistant Attorney General for the State of South Dakota. Eight years in private practice providing services in the general area of law with emphasis on criminal defense, probate, real estate and family. Attorney for the City of Philip.
Gay Klima Tollefson, Attorney at Law General Practice
Office Hours: Monday thru Friday, 9:00 a.m. to Noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.