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Ace Hardware opening soon in Sisseton
by Katy Heinecke
Courier Staff Writer
Ace Hardware is going to be opening soon in the old Alco location, east of Sisseton, with an anticipated opening in early October. There are about 16 or 17 store layout personnel from out-of-state that are busy setting shelves and stocking products in anticipation of local employees taking over in a short couple of weeks.
Store Manager Adam Aus (left) and Team Leader Jesse Feickert (right)
~ Courier Photo
Sisseton man arrested in Watertown on burglary charges
Isiah C. Ellingson, age 19, of Sisseton, was arrested in Watertown early Saturday morning, Sept. 10, on two counts of 1st Degree Burglary, which is a Class 2 Felony, and one count of Underage Consumption of Alcohol.
Ellingson was taken into custody at 7:30 a.m. after the Watertown Police Department was dispatched to the Palace Apartments for a complaint of someone sleeping in the hallway.
Upon further investigation by the Watertown PD, Ellingson was linked to two burglaries a few hours previous. The WPD had been dispatched to the 100 block of Sixth Street Circle at 4:25 a.m. after a property owner called 911 to report someone inside his residence. The suspect was confronted by the homeowner inside the home and ran from the residence. Officers discovered that several screens on the windows had been removed from the exterior of the residence. Another home in the area was also found to have been entered. No one was home at that residence. The Watertown PD and Codington County Search and Rescue K9 Unit conducted a search of the neighborhood at the time but no suspect was located.
After being taken into custody at the Palace Apartments, Ellingson was transported to the Codington County Jail
Reception scheduled for local artists
The Sisseton Arts Council will host an Artist Reception for Kim (Hellwig) Nordby and Harry Moshier at the Nicollet Tower on Sunday, Sept. 25, from 4:00-6:00 p.m. Harry’s paintings and Kim’s photographs are currently on display at the Tower and will remain through mid-October.. For more on this story please buy a copy of the Sisseton Courier on newstands now..
Artist Reception scheduled - Harry Moshier and Kim (Hellwig) Nordby are pictured with some of their work. Harry’s paintings and Kim’s photographs are now on display at Nicollet Tower, with an Artist Reception scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 25, to afford the public an opportunity to visit with these two northeast South Dakota natives. ~ Courtesy Photo
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