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The Britton-Hecla eighth grade float was judged as the first place entry in the homecoming parade competition on Friday. A total of 46 entries participated in this year’s parade.

SD Restaurants Struggling

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit South Dakota restaurants harder than just about any other industry in the state.

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Long-time employee Randy Damgaard is the only person to have worked in all three build ings occupied by the John Deere dealership in Britton spanning over four decades.

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An open house for the new Green Iron Equipment building located just west of Britton will be held from 1-5 p.m. on Thursday. The new $3 million building nearly triples the space of the old facility that will be used for storage. The expanded service area, right, is the crown jewel of the new facility.

Open House Set For Thursday

Green Iron Equipment of Britton will show off its’ new $3 million building during an open house on Thursday, and helping conduct tours will be Britton native Randy Damgaard who has witnessed the progress of the implement company first-hand for nearly 50 years.

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Britton-Hecla Homecoming Queen Delaney Pruitt and King Trevor Zuehlke will reign over the school’s homecoming activities this week. A volleyball match is set for Thursday and a parade and football game on Friday.

Royalty Crowned

King Trevor Zuehlke and Queen Delaney Pruitt will reign over Britton-Hecla homecoming activities this week.

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Marshall County Journal

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