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Amy Joe Vietor worked with Britton-Hecla stu- school under the direction of Marshall County dents during a “Stop The Bleed” class held at the Healthcare Trauma Coordinator Toni Mattson.

Local Training Helps B-H Students To Be Prepared

The only thing more tragic than a death…is a death that could have been prevented. That’s the motivation behind training called “Stop The Bleed” that was recently conducted for Britton-Hecla

National Farmers Union recognized Amherst farmer Paul Symens with the organization’s highest honor during the 117th National Convention held in Bellevue, WA, March 3-5. Symens is pictured with his wife, Faye.

A huge snow blade is mounted on the front of this train engine that was pulling a train through Britton last week. Workers said with the blade the train can go through just about any snow drift in its path, and they were clearing snow that had stuck to the blade to prepare for the next day.

Symens Earns National Award

National Farmers Union recognized Amherst farmer Paul Symens with the organization’s highest honor during the 117th National Convention held in Bellevue, WA, Sunday through Tuesday. The award for Meritorious Service

These curious deer are just a few of the estimated 300 head that have taken up residence on the Gerry Person farm southeast of Britton. Deep snow has forced the animals to seek food from area farmers. Any farmers having issues are urged to contact GFP officials.

Deer Struggling; Causing Issues For Producers

Hundreds of deer in northeast South Dakota are in a battle for survival, and in the process area producers are also becoming victims. This winter’s extended period of cold and

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