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Marshall County 4-H members and judges wore masks during Achievement Days activities due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Zett Moeckly is explaining her exhibit to a judge. A number of tweaks were implemented to protect participants in the event this year because of the virus.

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Taylor Storbakken participated in the Public Presentation Contest as part of Marshall County’s Achievement Days. (County Extension Photos)

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Hunter Biel showed this dairy goat during the Livestock Show held as part of Marshall County’s Achievement Days.

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Baylee Bender won Beginning Showmanship honors in the market beef category and also was the Grand Champion winner in the Beef Builder Program.

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Regan Ringkob showed this Grand Champion Chianina Breeding Heifer at Marshall County’s Achievement Days.

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Emily Effling participated in the Marshall County Fashion Revue during Achievement Days last week.

Achievement Days COVID Style

Marshall County 4-H members participated in the annual Achievement Days activities last week Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday with a few tweaks due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Faculty at South Dakota State University are among those concerned about the spreading of COVID-19 as the state’s universities prepare for students to come back to school this fall. (SD News Watch Photo)

University Faculty Concerned

The plan to return to faceto-face teaching and learning at colleges in South Dakota in August is causing great concern among faculty and staff who fear that campuses across the state could become sources of major outbreaks of the potentially deadly coronavirus.

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Magic Joe put on a pair of shows for Summer Fest attendees on Saturday. The grand finale of the afternoon show was sawing this woman in half.

Summer Fest At Langford

It was a hot time in Langford for part of its annual Summer Fest celebration last weekend but Mother Nature provided ideal weather for Sunday activities.

Events Set For Britton

Britton’s Harvest Days was a victim of the COVID-19 pandemic, but area residents will still have an opportunity to participate in several events that have previously been a part of the city celebration this Saturday.

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Marshall County Journal

PO Box 69, Britton, SD 57430
Phone: (605) 448-2281
Fax: (605) 448-2282