Photos by Scott Engen 8 a.m. – Mary Ann Preheim washes her clothes at the Freeman Laundromat, April 16, 2019.9 a.m. – An inside look at Black Widow Custom’s, April 16, 2019. The shop is owned by Neil Muenchow and Chris Vanroekem, who work on custom cars from all across the nation.9 a.m. – Chris Van Roekel, co-owner of Black Widow Customs, prepares a hood from a 1970 Plymouth Cuda for new paint.9 a.m. – S. Roy Kaufman rides his bike down Poplar Street, April 16, 2019.9 a.m. – Ted Pidde removes water from his shop’s driveway. The Freeman resident and businessman’s driveway was flooded by melting snow from an early April blizzard.10 a.m. – Emily Hofer, of Merchants State Bank, stands next to the bank’s clock tower. Hofer’s father, Ted, worked at Merchants State Bank before his passing after many years of service to the organization.10 a.m. – Doug Hofer loads sticks and branches into the back of his pickup. Freeman community residents had plenty of cleanup work to do following a hard, wet winter and early spring.11 a.m. – Matt Madetzke, a driver for Speed-Dee delivery service, drops off a package.11 a.m. – Jason Kaufman, of Jamboree Foods, helps load Janelle Ortman’s groceries into her vehicle, April 16, 2019.11 a.m. – Kelli Volk, of KELO-land News, shoots a standup for her story while covering the “A Day in the Life of Freeman Project.”11 a.m. – Elizabeth Anderson reads a book to her daughter, Katelyn Anderson, 3, in the Freeman Public Library, April 16, 2019.12 p.m. – Deputy Sheriff, Maurice Waltner, poses next to his squad car, April 16, 2019. Waltner has worked for the Hutchinson County SheriffÕs Department for three years and was an officer in Freeman for almost ten years before that.1 p.m. – Jeremy Waltner, of the Freeman Courier, and Frank Robertson, an SDSU instructor, reminisce about the original ÒA Day in the Life of FreemanÓ project from 25 years ago.1 p.m. – Cameron Hofer and his dad, Bruce, team up to carry a dresser into the back entrance of The Et Cetera Shoppe, the second-hand store on Main Street that accepts and sells gently-used items like furniture and clothing.2 p.m. – Chicago sports fan and longtime Freeman resident Lonnie Graber smiles for a photo while relaxing at Hootz.2 p.m. – Amy Cummings cleans out her house after a kitchen fire her family suffered from a few months ago.2 p.m. – John Munkvold, of Rural Manufacturing, welds a wheel corral.3 p.m. – Amelia Gunderson, a Freeman native, enjoys a root beer during happy hour at the Salem Home.3 p.m. – Ladies enjoy their beverages and talk amongst each other during happy hour at the Salem Home.4 p.m. – John Roth, of Freeman, washes his 1975 Ford F-250 at Dave’s Car Wash, April 16, 2019.4 p.m. – John Roth, of Freeman, washes his 1975 Ford F-250 at Dave’s Car Wash, April 16, 2019.