Photos by McKenzie Bierman 8 a.m. – The Freeman Area VeteranÕs Memorial stands on Sixth Street.9 a.m. – Mike Sayler, local manager for Central Farmers Cooperative, pumps water away from the elevator following excessive spring moisture.10 a.m. – Robbie Mutchelknaus, left, and Josh Korn help unload the feed truck at Ralphâs Feed.11 a.m. – FedEx driver Scottie Skatvold makes another scheduled delivery to Norm’s Thrifty White Pharmacy in Freeman, SD on Tuesday, April 16, 2019.11 a.m. – From left to right, Orville Huber and Blain Saarie, former fire chiefs, and Cody Fransen, current fire chief stand by one of the community fire trucks in Freeman, SD on Tuesday, April 16, 219. Huber was fire chief for 20 years, Saarie was chief for 25 years and Fransen has been chief for the past four years.11 a.m. – Josh Andersen, assistant fire chief, left and Cody Fransen, current fire chief stand by a community fire truck. Andersen and Fransen have been the chief and assistant chief for the last four years.11 a.m. – Josh Andersen, assistant fire chief, left and Cody Fransen, current fire chief stand by the community fire station.12 p.m. – Freeman EMT’s and the Mercy team worked together to transport a patient out of Freeman, SD on Tuesday, April 16, 2019.12 p.m. – Deputy Sheriff Maurice Waltner washes his car. Waltner has worked for the Hutchinson County Sheriffâs Department for three years and was an officer in Freeman for almost 10 years before that.1 p.m. – Robert and Cheryl Korn, owners of Kent Feeds, pause from working hard to talk about their store on the north edge of Freeman.2 p.m. – Main Street as seen from atop of Central Farmers Cooperative Elevator in Freeman, SD on Tuesday, April 16, 2019.2 p.m. – Local dairy farmer Darnell Tschetter cleans up broken branches that fell in his yard after the ice storm hit town the previous week.2 p.m. – Lori Geier, owner of Lori’s Pet Grooming, grooms her client’s dog Gizmo, a Yorkshire terrier, at her business.3 p.m. – Paige Auch, a freshman at Freeman Public School, practices putting at golf practice while her teammate, Lily Wipf, also a freshman, waits her turn. Wet conditions had forced the golf team to practice inside3 p.m. – Qaaim Hafiz, 3, rides his bike down the sidewalks in front of his Freeman home.4 p.m. – Jocelyn Lee, 9, plays in the mud while waiting for a ride from her grandmother’s house after school.4 p.m. – Malynda Penner, Thirty-One Independent Director, delivers a tote to customer LaRuth Kramer.