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Sisseton Wahpeton College welcomes Dr. Randy Smith as its new President
by Katy Heinecke
Courier Staff Writer
Randy Smith, an enrolled member of the Choctaw Tribe of Oklahoma, has been in his position as President at the Sisseton Wahpeton College for just over a month and his plate is full to the brim with ideas, plans and projects. Born and raised in Montana, it was instilled in him by his parents at a very young age that a good education was a priority. He had plans of attending school and playing basketball during his college years, but his dad strongly encouraged education. Smith attended undergraduate school at Montana State University and saw what education can do for people and how a good education can set people apart, thus leading him to a lifetime in the education field.. For more of this story please buy a copy of the Sisseton Courier on news stand now..
Dr. Randy Smith
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125th Community Input Meeting set for Aug. 22
The Celebrate Sisseton 125th committee will hold a community input meeting on Monday, Aug. 22, at 5:30 p.m. at the City Hall Community Room (406 2nd Ave. W.). The committee will share what has been done so far; the results of the surveys collected during this year’s Horse & Buggy Days; as well as planned and proposed activities that will take place over the next twelve months.
Anyone who has additional ideas or suggestions for Sisseton’s 125th celebration in 2017 is welcome to attend! Even if you are only interested in helping with a single project or activity, the committee would like to hear from you and get your input.
Sisseton’s 125th celebration will be held July 14-16, 2017. If you are not able to attend the Aug. 22 meeting, but have ideas or suggestions to share, please email email@example.com, or call the Chamber office at 698-7261. You can also follow them on Facebook: Celebrate Sisseton 125th.
Concrete Sidewalk/Apron Replaced
Crews have been working on replacing the concrete sideway/apron in front of Sisseton High School. The project should be complete just in time for the annual Back-to-School Picnic scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 17. ~Courier Photo
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