Watertown, SD — This is day three of “Go Blue” in support of the men and women behind the bade and on the morning news we’re talking with Milbank Assistant Chief of Police Corey Booth who tells us he wanted to be a police officer since he was a kid:.

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Corey says that when it comes to Law Enforcement smaller communities still deal with the same issues as larger ones.

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And the life of Milbank Police Officer?

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And who says a police officer doesn’t get a bit emotional when the public steps up to thank them and who appreciates what they do.

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Watertown Fire Rescue’s Carli Hoffman also loves her job: (dl 65)

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For Watertown Fire Chief Doug Kranz every day is still a day to learn something new

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Later this morning at 9 a.m. our guests will include Alexis Buysee who is a police officer with the Watertown Police Department and Brown County Game, Fish and Parks Department Conservation Officer Jenna Capper. Don’t forget that you can still GO BLUE with the blue light bulb this week. Lighting up your home and business shows your respect for the men and women who wear the badge. They’re available at the KXLG studios, Whimsey’s On Main and the Speedway both in Milbank. The first bulb is a donation of your choosing and every bulb thereafter is just 5 dollars each. All of the proceeds will go to the REACH program that serves a 13 county area of northeastern South Dakota. As part of Go Blue Week the Speedway in Milbank is also hosting a supper Thursday evening from 5 to 7 p.m. for the public to come and meet some of Milbank’s Local Law eEnforcement and First Responders.   A free-will donation for the REACH program that serves families and children who. are navigating through the criminal justice system.  There will also be a Law Enforcement Parade in Downtown Watertown Friday Afternoon beginning at 4 p.m.