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Pool opening later than expected

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
The opening of the Flandreau Aquatic Center will be delayed a week because of a lack of qualified lifeguards.
City administrator Don Whitman told the city council at its May 16 meeting that the previously announced opening date of Monday, May 30, would have to be moved back.
"Unfortunately it will have to be June 4th because we

Sparkle Car Wash’s first donation to Boys and Girls Club

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
This spring, Sparkle Car Wash found itself in the hands of new owners. In the midst of the business's transition, owners Cassandra & Bart Sample, Chuck & Melissa Jones agreed that they wanted to start a business that gave back to the community. With the motto, "taking care of those who take care of us," set in place, they decided

Women in Business breakfast brings local women together

Modified: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
Hannah Koeller
Enterprise staff
On Friday morning, around 30 women attended the inaugural Women in Business breakfast, an event designed to create a networking opportunity for women in business and help them relate to each other.
The breakfast was sponsored by the Flandreau Development Corporation. President Emily Firman Pieper, who also owns Studio 52, said such gatherings are a

Free Summer Food Program at the Boys & Girls Club

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
The United States Department of Agriculture has awarded the Boys & Girls Club of Moody County the ability to run its Summer Food Service Program for the 2nd year in a row. The Summer Food Service Program was designed to give every youth the opportunity to have a nutritious meal when school is not in session. Therefore, on Monday May

Mitchell High School sophomore to attend national music camp

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
This summer Naomi Powers, the 16-year-old granddaughter of Marilyn Powers, will participate in a two-week summer program for superior instrumentalists between the ages of 14 and 17.
The program, NYO2, is an extension of Carnegie Hall's National Youth Orchestra-USA, which is a similar program for musicians aged 16 to 19.
Powers, who plays the violin, is one of

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