Over 50 people gathered on Thursday evening to talk about Langford’s future.
First Gentleman Bryon Noem believes that small towns are the backbone of South Dakota, and he visited Britton on Friday as part of his initiative “This Is South Dakota” to visit many of those communities.
Realtors in South Dakota have seen a steady influx of people seeking more affordable housing and more personal freedoms by moving to South Dakota amid the pandemic, even as the state has seen a sharp rise in the number of active COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths.
Danforth “I Dare You” winners honored at the Marshall County 4-H Recognition Event held on Sunday at the Community Building from left to right are Regan Ringkob, Cassidy Biel, and Jacob Punt.
Megan and Ryan Biel were honored as this year’s Friend of 4-H at the annual Marshall County 4-H Recognition Event held on Sunday.
Julie Symens, left, of the 4-H Leaders is pictured with this year’s 4-H Alumni Award winners Tammy and Jason Bender at the annual 4-H Recognition Event on Sunday.
COVID-19 concerns didn’t allow the public to attend the annual Marshall County 4-H Recognition Event on Sunday, but local 4-H’ers were still recognized for their work during the past year.
Hunters will take to the field for the annual pheasant season opener on Saturday and expectations are for better hunting conditions than a year ago.