The finish line had long been a meaningful destination for Britton native Kelsey Barrett. A dedicated and highly successful long distance runner in both high school and college, Barrett gauged
Britton’s City Council approved a lease agreement for the old City Hall building at its regular meeting held at the Event Center on Monday. On behalf of Britton Home and
The parking lot was packed and Mother Nature cooperated for Fort Sisseton’s annual Frontier Christmas on Saturday. Attendees were bundled up to counteract a winter breeze, but the sun was
Hanna Knebel, daughter of Basil and Kelly Knebel of Eden, gave Santa a kiss at Steen Photography’s 15th annual Charity Event. About 100 kids had photos taken in exchange for donations to the Marshall County Food Pantry. (Steen Photography Photo)
Darla Elsen, left, and JoAnn Landreth began Jo & Darla’s Cookie Walk 10 years ago, and the event became a holiday tradition in Hecla.
The Missoula Theatre production of “Peter and Wendy” was the first public event held in the Event Center in Britton. A total of about 325 people attended the performances Friday and Saturday, and the Britton Masons served their traditional Chili Supper out of the Donald Naddy Kitchen.
For the past 10 years, a café/gym setup in Hecla has been home to a very special (and very sweet) affair. Jo & Darla’s Cookie Walk has been a Christmastime
It’s not quite in the books yet, but for many area producers the 2018 corn harvest was the best ever. But it didn’t come easily. Back in early September things