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“Sisseton’s Front Porch” gets needed attention
Fall weather is cooperating with the project of supporting the walls of the century-old front porch of the Stavig House Museum – known as “Sisseton’s Front Porch.” Deutsch Construction of Sisseton began work on the front porch this past week by removing the broken concrete block wall and installing a new concrete footing at the proper depth to support the new concrete block porch walls.For the rest of this story please buy a copy of this weeks Sisseton Courier on news stands now.
SISSETON’S FRONT PORCH RESTORATION -- The Stavig House Museum front porch restoration project is underway. Above, Deutsch Construction employees work on the new footings which will support the new concrete block porch walls. The historic house received a matching grant from the South Dakota State Historical Society’s Deadwood Fund. ~Courtesy Photos
Voters will decide on Election Day, Nov. 4, who will take seats on the Roberts County Commission
Five candidates will be running for Roberts County Commissioner when voters go to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 4. The Sisseton Courier asked those five candidates to complete a questionnaire to help voters get better acquainted with them and their priorities and ideas. For the rest of this story please buy a copy of this weeks Sisseton Courier on news stands now.
Garage Fire Total Loss
GARAGE FIRE -- The Sisseton Volunteer Fire Department was called to a garage fire at 208 6th Ave. E., Sisseton, in the evening hours of Tuesday, Oct. 21, The garage owned by Karry Iverson was already engulfed in flames, but firemen were able to contain the fire to that structure only. The garage and its contents were a total loss.~Courtesy Photo
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