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Just one of the herd

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 2nd, 2016

A bull elk, known for roaming Moody County and mingling with cattle for food, shelter and company the past couple winters, is back. One area farmer took this photo recently, as the elk has gotten pretty at home with his herd.

Team of Angels finds a few new angels of its own

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 2nd, 2016
A new generation of leaders steps up

Anyone who has ever volunteered their time for an organization knows that at some point, it is important to turn the reigns over to someone new. The passion may still be there, the ideas may still be there, but new energy, new ideas and new people who have the time to devote

Wapka Ipaksan Language Program Excels

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 2nd, 2016
Students take first in competition

The Wakpa Ipaksan Koska k'a Wikoske participated in a Dakota language jeopardy challenge this past weekend, coming home with another first place finish.
The Dakota Language Jeopardy Challenge was hosted by the Sisitonwan Oyate tribe at the Dakota Oyate Challenge (DOC) in Huron. The DOC also hosts a basketball tourney each year.

Proposal to Raise Teacher Salaries Could Also Mean Cuts; Student-teacher ratio tied to funding

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 2nd, 2016
Carleen Wild
Enterprise staff
Turnover has become fairly common in our schools at the end of each calendar year.
Chances are, if you have school age children, you've noticed the trend: Teachers, often in their first few year(s) of teaching, get grounded in their careers and quickly find that positions in larger communities like Sioux Falls and Brookings pay them

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