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Birds Of Winter

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.

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The Bush Angus Sale, “known for extraordinary bull,” was touted on the marquis of the Strand Theatre in Britton this week. (Tom Farber Photo)

Regional Jail Is Possibility

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.

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Justin Lehmann will put his passion for technology into a career as the first graduate of NDSU’s precision ag program. Lehmann is the son of Richard and Kathy Lehmann of Havana and the grandson of David and Jill Lehmann of Britton. (NDSU Photo)

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JUSTIN LEHMANN

Havana Native Ag Pioneer

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.

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District 1 legislators Michael Rohl and Jennifer Keintz answered questions at a cracker barrel held at the Britton Area Event Center on Saturday afternoon

Board Sets Calendar

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.

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Louise Fiegel, above, was the original owner of the 109-yearold organ, left, now on exhibit at the Marshall County Prayer Rock Museum.

Legislators Differ On Bill To Allow Activities Change

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.

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Marshall County Journal

PO Box 69, Britton, SD 57430
Phone: (605) 448-2281
Fax: (605) 448-2282