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What to some looks like a rusted piece of scrap metal, Tim Geist sees as an essential component of art with a beautiful patina. Geist, owner of The Rusty Nut, turns scrap metal into whimsical pieces of art. Many of his creations are on display at Horter’s Repair in Bristol where he works and does some of his metal work. The Rusty Nut is just a year in business. Geist is from Ferney. To read more, check out this week's Reporter & Farmer.

Commissioners deny funding for ambulance service in 2021

County budget passes with no changes

Despite a recommendation to provide the requested funding to Christensen Ambulance Service by a member of the special committee which had been set up for the purpose of confidentially reviewing the private business’ financial information, Day County Commissioners moved at their meeting Sept. 22 to approve the 2021 budget with funding for the ambulance at zero.

Christensen Ambulance Service owner Mark Christensen said to the commissioners, “You guys..."

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Fans got their moneys worth at Sisseton volleyball match

Volleyball fans, especially Mustang fans got their moneys worth watching the girls battle it out at the nets in Sisseton Sept. 21. Coach Vanessa Bloom said “We fought for every point. Two times we fought back from a 10 point deficit.”

The Mustangs won the first game 25-23, went...

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