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Meyer announces her bid for re-election

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 30th, 2014
Gail Meyer, Moody County Register of Deeds, announces her candidacy for re-election.
She has been a county employee the past 33 years, working in the Treasurer's office before being appointed and elected as Register of Deeds. She has held the office the past 13 years and was recently appointed the Chairperson for the 100 year Courthouse Time Capsule Celebration
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Social News

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 30th, 2014
Open House
F. Mengenhauser
95th birthday
Florence Mengenhauser will celebrate her 95th birthday on Sunday, October 5, 2014 with an open house at Edgewood Vista, 800 S. Wind St., Flandreau, SD 57028. Family and friends are invited to join in her celebration. No gifts please. Greetings may also be sent to her at the above address.



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Showcasing Flier Talent

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 30th, 2014
New Sign In Search Of Visible Home


Carleen Wild
Enterprise staff
As you pull into just about any small town, anywhere in the United States, there are signs boasting the achievements of their youth. State Championships are something to be proud of. Our kids work hard and making note of the achievements for everyone to see often allows
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A lot of baseball – and more

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 30th, 2014
Severtson leads mission to Nicaragua


by John Kubal
Brookings Register staff
Baseball, béisbol in Spanish, and religion aren't usually thought of as a compatible combination.
But in Nicaragua, a Central American country that is the poorest nation in the Western hemisphere and among the 10 poorest nations in the world, running the bases and religion are coming together,
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Fliers’ homecoming week planned

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 16th, 2014

Flandreau High School is starting to plan Homecoming festivities which will be held the week of Sept.29-Oct. 3.
The theme is "Flandreau: Where the Wild Things Are." Each class has picked a popular children's book to portray in a skit at Little Orpheum on Monday, September 29.
Dress up days for the week include: Monday, Storybook Day, Tuesday, Class
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