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Wheatcrest Hills staff in Britton practiced social distancing while posing with a sign thanking their heroes – doctors, clinicians, aides, medical staff, first responders, and healthcare workers – for serving faithfully and fearlessly today and every day

Council Considers Closing Pool, Parks

The Britton City Council discussed closing the swimming pool and city parks this summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic at its regular meeting on Monday but will wait to make any decisions until a special meeting set for Monday, April 27.

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Tucker Hardy, standing, and his brother, Gunner, of Langford are pictured with the 3D printer from the Langford Area Robotics Club that they are using to make mask extenders for a number of area healthcare workers. Fellow club member Isaak Jesz and faculty member Taylor Reints are also helping in the effort.

Local Ripple Effect

There’s a ripple effect going on in Langford, and it all began with the establishment of the Langford Robotics Club last October.

COVID-19 Updates

School, Events Cancelled

Gov. Kristi Noem announced at a press conference Monday that the state’s school buildings will be closed for the remainder of the school year.

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Marshall County Healthcare certified nurse practitioner Jill Zuehlke is shown on this computer and phone screen to show how virtual visits are now possible for Marshall County residents. People may now make a visit to the clinic from the comfort of their living room.

Virtual Hospital Visits Have Become Reality

There will be some positive fallout from dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, and being able to make a hospital visit from the comfort of your home may be one thing that will endure.


Marshall County Journal

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