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North Sioux City Police Chief Returns to Duty

NORTH SIOUX CITY, SD -

He left for another job in August, but now the former police chief of North Sioux City is back in his old chair.

Jody Frye had been Chief for 20 years when he retired and went to work for a company that contracts with the Federal Government.

City leaders left door open for his return. The city's human resources director, Kory Menken, tells us Frye was welcomed back with open arms.

He was rehired for the same pay and benefits.

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