The City of Britton unveiled a historical marker honoring Britton native and former South Dakota governor Frank Farrar on the 50th anniversary of his election during Harvest Days activities on
One of the larger crowds in recent memory took advantage of nearly ideal weather to help celebrate the 20th edition of Britton’s annual Harvest Days on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Judge Darah Melroe was listening to 4-H member Emmett Symens tell all about his Hobbies and Collections Lego Project during the first day of Marshall County’s Achievement Days on Tuesday. In the background 4-H’er Jayden Bender is telling judge Julie Hassebroek about her Beef Builders Display. (Karen Mikkelson Photos)
Marshall County’s 4-H Achievement Days began Tuesday and will run through Friday. Static exhibits were judged Tuesday and exhibits will be on display at the Marshall County Community Building until
Langford Summer Fest and Alumni Weekend attendees enjoyed nearly ideal weather for the annual event held Friday through Sunday. Billed as “The Biggest Little Party in Northeast South Dakota,” the
Britton’s Harvest Days will mark its 20th anniversary this weekend with three days of activities. The third annual Harvest Days Parade will kick off Friday activities at 5 p.m. under