It was announced late Thursday night that a team of Sanford blowers were
being called in to dry off the Minnehaha Country Club.

“We’re calling on all Sanford employees to come and blow on the golf course
to try and dry it out as soon as possible. We’ve moved some hospital
patients to the course so they could help out,” said one representative
close to the situation.

With the helicopter on the golf course to help dry out the grass from that
1324324 inches of rain Sioux Falls received, we’re told Sanford will
buffering up their “Hot Air” department as well.

“We’re taking some resources from our legal department and putting them
toward our “Hot Air” department. We no longer need the legal department
from last month’s fiasco,” said the representative we spoke with.

While it’s still unclear whether or not the Sanford blowing team will
expedite the drying process, local citizens are casually watching this
story unfold across all media sources.

“I just get on Facebook and comment on Argus911’s Facebook statuses. I can
care less about a golf tournament on a course that is keeping major roads
from connecting. I’m sure there will be certain news sources that get paid
to report everything went well,” said one local citizen we spoke with.

Sanford could luck out with the heavy wind that is forecast for today.

The Sioux Falls Headliner
Adam K. White