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Warm weather equals anxious anglers

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 21st, 2017

Since the ice left earlier this spring and the temperatures have warmed, the Flandreau Dam has again become a very popular fishing spot. This photo was taken Sunday afternoon when the temperature topped out at 68 degrees. Many people in the area may not understand just how popular the dam is for fishing, and the number of anglers that
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His volunteerism worth Presidential notation

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 21st, 2017
Hannah Koeller
Enterprise staff

A student at Colman-Egan recently has received the President's Volunteer Service Award for his outstanding volunteer service throughout the community.
Carter Schmidt, a junior at Colman-Egan High School, received the award for the dozens of hours each week he spends helping at the school and in the community.
Principal Scott Hemmer said Schmidt is
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DTSF’s Dahlmeier to speak at annual FDC meeting

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 21st, 2017


Monday at Mad Mary's

The Flandreau Development Corporation's annual dinner and business meeting will be held next Monday, March 27 beginning at 6 pm at Mad Mary's Steakhouse. Anyone interested in attending should contact the FDC at the Flandreau City Office at 997-2492 by this Friday, March 24 to reserve their seat. Member business owners, employees and
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Board revisits electronic communication policy

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 21st, 2017
Hannah Koeller
Enterprise staff
Flandreau school board members held further discussion about their electronic communication device policy at the board meeting last Monday.
The current policy states that students cannot use their personal electronic devices during the school day in classrooms, hallways or other academic settings. These devices include anything not provided by the school: cell phones, iPods, mp3
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School board discusses background checks, class sizes

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 21st, 2017
Hannah Koeller
Enterprise staff

At the March 13 school board meeting in Flandreau, board members talked about the possibility of performing background checks on individuals who will substitute teach at the school.
According to law, any person over 18 years of age hired by a school district shall submit to a criminal background investigation.
The background check involves
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