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Wildland Fire deputy division director retiring

RAPID CITY (AP) -- The deputy division director for the South Dakota Department of Agriculture's Wildland Fire Division is retiring on Wednesday. Steve Hasenohrl is leaving the fire service after a 42-year career. South Dakota Wildland Fire divis...

RAPID CITY (AP) - The deputy division director for the South Dakota Department of Agriculture's Wildland Fire Division is retiring on Wednesday.

Steve Hasenohrl is leaving the fire service after a 42-year career.

South Dakota Wildland Fire division director Jay Esperance says Hasenohrl has been a great leader and committed the last 10 years of his career to developing a strong and efficient wildland fire agency for the state and region.

A potluck picnic retirement party honoring Hasenohrl will be held Friday from noon to 3 p.m. at the Old Storybook Island Park Shelter in Rapid City.

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