The Britton City Council opened the door for local businesses to re-open at a special meeting last week Monday, and a number of establishments are taking advantage of the change.
Both the Britton-Hecla and Langford Area School are moving ahead with end-of-the-year plans.
The Britton City Council backed off on business restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic at a special meeting Monday night.
After several years of discussion, Marshall County voters will finally get to weigh in on whether or not they think a new courthouse should be built.
The Marshall County Healthcare Center began serving patients from a second facility on Monday and had 19 patients its first day. The former Norstar Federal Credit Union building was remodeled to include four exam rooms and offices. From left to right are RN Lacey Hagen and office employees Steph Baker and Sara Carlson.
The Marshall County Healthcare Center (MCHC) in Britton has been working for weeks to prepare to fight the COVID-19 pandemic in northeast South Dakota, and it now has another weapon in its arsenal.