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by Katy Heinecke
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Our mothers, daughters, sisters and friends are at risk. Heart disease and stroke cause one in three deaths among women each year – more than all cancers combined. Fortunately, we can change that because 80 percent of cardiac and stroke events may be prevented with education and action. . For the rest of this story please buy a copy of this weeks Sisseton Courier on news stands now.
Drawing winners announced from 2016 Sisseton Winter Show
Vendors participating in the 2016 Sisseton Winter Show enjoyed greeting the many visitors that stopped by their booths and signed up for various door prizes. For the rest of this story please buy a copy of this weeks Sisseton Courier on news stands now.
Veblen man in custody after three-county chase
A 35-year-old Veblen man was taken to the Codington County Detention Center after a three-county chase ended north of Watertown with the use of roadway spikes.
On Wednesday, Jan. 27, a Roberts County deputy was in pursuit of an SUV on I-29 entering Codington County, traveling southbound in the northbound lane, against traffic.
A Codington County deputy responded and set spike strips in the area of mile marker 190. The use of the spikes was successful, and the suspect vehicle lost control and entered the ditch a short time later.
Enmanuel Bermudez-Amador of Veblen was arrested by the SD Highway Patrol for DUI, Open Container, Driving Without a Drivers License and Driving on the Wrong Side of the Road. More charges are pending from Roberts County.
Ducks Unlimited Winners
DUCKS UNLIMITED FUN NIGHT GUN WINNERS/YOUTH BB GUN WINNERS -- The Sisseton Chapter of Ducks Unlimited held its annual Fun Night on Saturday, Jan. 23, at Rosalie’s in Sisseton. Pictured above, showing off the guns won that evening are (back row, left to right) Brandon Fisher, David Peterson, Allen Anderson, Chris Huber, Tim Carl, Brad Lekness, (front row) Brianna Grajczyk, James Kranhold, Andrew Kranhold, Jessi Carl, Colie Schultz and Rick Oien. ~ Courier Photo
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