The people of Marshall County weren’t the only ones weathering the recent cold spell. These winter residents (clockwise redpoll, blue jay, and white-breasted nuthatch) brighten the winter landscape.
When Marshall County voters voted down a proposal last year for a new Courthouse and Law Enforcement Center, which included a new jail, county commissioners went back to the drawing board.
Justin Lehmann has been a bit of a beta test throughout college, pioneering his way through the first precision agriculture program at two different campuses. But as the first graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in precision agriculture from North Dakota State University (NDSU) this spring, he’s already sorting through job offers.
The Britton-Hecla Board of Education approved the 2021-22 school calendar, accepted a pair of resignations, and offered administrative contracts at its regular meeting held last week Wednesday.
A bill in the state legislature that would allow home-school students to participate in extracurricular activities through the state’s public school systems drew the most discussion at a cracker barrel held at the Britton Area Event Center on Saturday afternoon.