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New police chief released from duties

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 21st, 2015
Spurgeon let go less than two weeks into position

Carleen Wild
Enterprise staff

A week ago an article in the Enterprise was introducing you to Flandreau's new police chief.
This week, comes news that the new Chief of Police, James Spurgeon, has been let go less than two weeks on the job.
"I met with James Spurgeon this
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Middle School to grow by one grade next fall

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 21st, 2015
Sixth graders won't be the only new students in middle school

Carleen Wild
Enterprise staff

For students entering the 5th grade in Flandreau this coming school year, not only will they find themselves in a new classroom, but fall of 2015 will also have them in a whole new area of the school's complex.
The School Board this
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Getting Ahead of the Problem - Drug Use Among Area Youth

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 21st, 2015
Carleen Wild
Enterprise staff
This Wednesday night at 6pm, a group of concerned parents is hoping others will join them at the Extension Center in Flandreau. They are looking to continue to find ways to get out in front, if at all possible, of what many believe is a problem with drug use and abuse among Flandreau area youth.
"In
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Krullís Legacy of Racing Builds

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 21st, 2015
Carleen Wild
Enterprise staff

It is tough to catch much of a conversation with Greg Krull and his son Jud, during the day. They're typically slammed, working in the never-ending business of auto repair. Between connecting with clients on what might be wrong with their vehicles, actually getting the work done and finally sending satisfied clients on their way,
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Dakota Language Bowl Flandreau Team Takes First

Modified: Tuesday, Apr 21st, 2015
There is a movement afoot.
You may not see it, you may not typically hear about it. But the momentum is gaining. It is to save, to teach, to learn, and to re-grow the Dakota Language and the true Dakota Culture.
A program out of Flandreau is among those leading the way.
Over the weekend, a team of four
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