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Effort to get a Purple Heart awarded continues

Modified: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
Dana Hess
Enterprise staff
At 92, Sylvan Vigness knows what he needs.
He needs his comfortable chair in the corner. He needs the walker that stays within easy reach of his chair. He needs the ramp in his living room that helps him and his walker angle on up to the kitchen.
Those are things he needs. He wouldn't mind
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Bridge on Ward Road Closed over Big Sioux

Modified: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
County will also sell properties for back taxes

Dana Hess
Enterprise staff
County commissioners learned that a bridge over the Big Sioux River on County Road 4 has been closed and also that six properties taken by Moody County for nonpayment of property taxes will be put up for sale.
At its May 17 meeting, county commissioners decided
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County's Memorial Day observances

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
Several Memorial Day celebrations will take place on May 30 in Moody County communities to remember those who have died while serving the United States.
The services are scheduled as follows:
Egan: At 9 a.m., Egan services will be held at the Veteran's Memorial Park on Main St., a new location from past years. Attendees should please bring a lawn
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Confusion over city personnel policy manual

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
Dana Hess
Enterprise staff
A seemingly routine change in Flandreau's personnel policy manual brought to light some confusion about the city's hiring practices at the May 16 city council meeting.
City administrator Don Whitman has been doing the hiring and offered the council a change in the policy manual.
Where the previous policy said that the city council does
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Commissioners hear CAFO concerns

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
Moody County Commissioners heard concerns about air and water quality at a board of adjustment hearing about a proposed CAFO.
The confined animal feeding operation for swine, owned by Grant Siemonsma, would have 2,400 animal units and is located on the county line northeast of Dell Rapids.
At the hearing on May 17, Dr. Heidi Sorenson asked if the building
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Water, sewer line project bids rejected

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
Dana Hess
Enterprise staff

All three bids on the first phase of a major water and sewer line project were rejected at the May 16 meeting of the Flandreau City Council.
Rejecting the bids was the advice of Dave Burwitz, an engineer with Clark Engineering of Sioux Falls.
"Unfortunately, sometimes the market tells you what the cost is going
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