Four Langford Area seniors are working with students in grades 3-6 to help teach good character. Seniors with third and fourth grade students in front left to right are Autumn Wegleitner, Emily Olson, Alex Darling, Ryan Punt, Montgomery Hoops, Brandy Peterson, Dylan Frey, Skyler Gödel, Devan Nannenga, Brynn Samson, and Adalynn Lloyd. Second row Charly Nannenga, Maekin Nikodym, Emilie Crosby, Ben Suther, Janet Hesse, Kassen Keough, Hunter Jensen, Tucker Hardy, and Brooke Dwight. Back row Shaina Kleeman, Tucker Miller, Ethen Olson, Wyat Hall, Hurizon Davila, Conner Glines, and Clarissa Guy.

News

Attorney General Marty Jackley is asking consumers statewide to reach out to their friends or neighbors to warn them of the dangers of sweepstake scams.

Colder than average temperatures are likely to carry through March 2018, according to the latest National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Outlook released last week.

(Editor’s Note: This is the second of several periodic columns that will follow 2013 Britton-Hecla graduate and South Dakota State University standout Dallas Goedert in his quest to play in

Obituaries

The funeral for Kenneth E. “Kenny” Stillson will be 10:30 a.m. Monday, February 26, 2018 at the First Lutheran Church in Britton. Rev. Terrill Sorensen will officiate.

Elizabeth “Betty” Pulfrey, 86 of Britton, formerly of Amherst and Aberdeen, passed away peacefully on Monday, February 19, 2018, at Wheatcrest Hills in Britton.

The funeral for Mary Ann Thornberg was held on Saturday, February 17, at the Nordland Lutheran Church of Rutland with Pastor Ivy Schulz officiating.

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