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From the 2017 Files: Rausch Set to Compete in AKC Championship Dog Show
(2018-08-02)

If you aren't a subscriber to The Review, you are missing out on really interesting stories like the story about Paula Rausch and her Irish setter, Theo, were invited to compete in the American Kennel National Championship last December in Orlando, FL. Rausch and Theo had collected 340 AKC points during dog show competitions in 2017 to qualify for the national event!

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As reported in the October 10 issue of The Review: Grant County has attained the designation of being a Purple Heart County and received the signage to be posted so those traveling through will know of the honor. Members of the American Legion, from left, Ken Teunissen of Sioux Falls, Buck Underwood of Luverne, MN, and Gary Henle of Sioux Falls made the presentation of the sign Tuesday, October 2. Teunissen also read a public proclamation. Accepting the signs were Karen Layher, Grant County auditor and representative of the American Legion Auxiliary; Scott Malimanek, Grant County veterans service officer; Dennis Adelman and Tim Jur-gens, Milbank American Legion. The designation as a Purple Heart County recognizes the contributions and sacrifices of the men and women from Grant County who have served in the armed forces and were vital to maintaining the freedoms enjoyed by the American citizens. Grant County has a large, highly decorated veteran population including many Purple Heart recipients and met the requirements to become a Purple Heart County.




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