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Your Hometown Bank is Better Than Ever…But Stillfirst savings bank the Same

by Katy Heinecke
Courier Staff Writer

Sisseton’s hometown bank, The Roberts County National Bank, has a new name. In December the bank merged with First Savings Bank, headquartered in Beresford, SD. The merger offers the best of both, with new services and products delivered by the same competent staff that area customers have relied on for years. For more on this story please purchase a copy of this weeks Sisseton Courier on news stands now.

First Savings Bank Employees - Pictured above are First Savings Bank employees Corey Bobzien, Liz Finnesand, Rhonda Martenson, Kris Nigg, Sarah Aadland, Dan Nieland and Bill Torness. Not pictured is John Rasmussen. - Courtesy Photos

Hillestad to remain as Interim Sheriff in Roberts County


The recent conviction of Roberts County Sheriff Korey Ware on felony assault charges has left Roberts County Commissioners “trying to make the best of a bad situation,” in the words of Commissioner Chairman Dennis Jensen of Sisseton. Fortunately, that bad situation is mitigated by the fact that an Interim Sheriff is already in place. For more on this story please purchase a copy of this weeks Sisseton Courier on news stands now.

Pheasants foreverPheasants Forever Banquet

The 18th Annual Roberts County Pheasants Forever Banquet was held Saturday, Mar. 2, at the Nelson Community Center in Peever. They enjoyed an evening of socializing and a meal. Those winning top prizes were (back row, left to right) Craig Lichtsinn, Chris Huber, Chad Sibson, RJ Lick, Austin Steiner, Craig Ellingson, Josh Buecksler, (middle row) Kelly Moyer, Kristi Sibson, Sara Schaunaman, Brittany Appel, Nate Johnson, Cory Ahrens, Mardell Kok, (front row) Logan Schaunaman, Bryson Hanson, Hank Hanson, Paige Huber, Riley Steen and Eli Nissen. The net proceeds from the fundraiser will be used to provide for wildlife habitat, conservation, and youth hunting education. ~ Courier Photo


 

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