Photo slideshow: Loved ones bid farewell to Tanner
Family, friends and coworkers said goodbye Saturday, Sept. 15, 2013, to EPD Sgt. Rick Tanner, who died earlier in the week. “I worked with Rick most of his career. Rick was one of those guys that always had your back. Rick was one of those guys that was always there for you.” — Capt. Dean Grassino An education fund at NBC Bank has been set up for Emily and Matthew. Contributions can be made to the Tanner Education Fund. Contributions also can be made at any Security National Bank location, to the Family of Police Officer Rick Tanner Fund.
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2nd charged in Crites murder appears in court
Anthony Brown Jr. appeared before Special District Judge Brian Lovell on a capital offense of first-degree murder
What to do on freezing cold night @ Chick-fil-A
Several local and area residents set up camp in below-freezing temperatures overnight Wednesday, December 11, 2013, as part of a grand-opening promotion to get free Chick-fil-A items for a year. The new stand-alone restaurant is now open in front of the Oakwood Mall property on West Garriott. Video provided by Mandy Goepp
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A place to live: Dover man helps homeless friend
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Police seek information on robbery suspect
The man sought robbed Somewhere Store, 368 E. Willow, Tuesday night. Click on story to see video of suspect
Waukomis OKs first phase of plan to re-zone along U.S. 81
The town’s comprehensive land use documents specify the parcel is within an agricultural zone, but with the planning commission and town board’s action Wednesday, it now can be rezoned as a light-industrial property through the regular process.
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