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Public Notices
in this week’s paper

Included in this week’s Sisseton Courier are six public notices with information that is a matter of public record and may be of interest.
This week’s paper includes the Roberts County Commissioner Proceedings and Ordinance #21, Peever Liquor License Hearing, a Notice of Amendment to Tax Collection Agreement, Summit School Board Minutes, and a Transfer of Liquor License.

Story Time at the Library Nov. 18

Children three-years-old to pre-school age (those children who have not yet attended kindergarten) are invited to Story Time at the Sisseton Memorial Library on Saturday, Nov. 18, from 10:00-10:30 a.m. Story Time will include rhymes/finger-plays/story books.
No pre-registration is needed. If any questions, please call the library at (605) 698-7391. Come join in the Story Time at the library.

Community Thanksgiving Dinner Nov. 19

A Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be held Sunday, Nov. 19, at 6:00 p.m. at St. Kateri’s in Sisseton.

Reading Capers at the Library Nov. 20

Children in grades K-4 are invited to the Sisseton Memorial Library for Reading Capers on Monday, Nov. 20, beginning after school until 5:00 p.m. Join the fun at the library for reading, games, craft and a snack.
Participants must pre-register by calling the library at (605) 698-7391. Space is limited.

KC Tootsie RollDrive to be held Nov. 22

The local Knights of Columbus will hold their annual Tootsie Roll Drive on Wednesday, Nov. 22, at Teals Market in Sisseton. A team will be stopping at businesses, as well.

November Sobriety Checkpoints

A total of 16 checkpoints will be done in 15 counties statewide. November checkpoints are planned in the following counties: Butte, Codington, Davison, Edmunds, Hughes, Jerauld, Jackson, Lincoln, Meade, Minnehaha, Pennington, Roberts, Stanley, Tripp and Union.
The monthly checkpoints, designed to discourage people from drinking and then driving, are funded by the South Dakota Office of Highway Safety and conducted by the Highway Patrol. Both the Office of Highway Safety and the Highway Patrol are part of the Department of Public Safety.