The Britton City Council heard about two issues that could have big impacts on the city at its regular meeting Monday. Representatives from the Blessed Minds Daycare informed the board
It’s back to school time for Marshall County students. Britton-Hecla classes will get underway on Tuesday, while Langford Area students head back to school on Wednesday, Aug. 21. Two new
Marshall County 4-H Archery gave area youth a chance to shoot a bow and arrow during Harvest Days on Saturday. These aspiring archers from left to right are Sage Watson, Breydan Quinn, Colton Biel, Treyton Biel, and Griffin Joachim.
Mary Carlson and her unicycle have become a fixture in area parades, and she once again traveled Main Street during the Harvest Days event.
The Britton Public Library had this float in the Harvest Days parade on Friday that commemorated the 18,767 minutes spent reading by participants in the Summer Reading Program.
The dunk tank was a popular stop for area youth during Harvest Days, and this ball looked to be on target for a dunking.
Blowin’ Smoke won the Marshall County 4-H Rib Cook-Off during Britton’s Harvest Days celebration on Saturday. Team members were Cory and Jessica Cole and Kent and Denise Weiker.
The L&R Kree Mee had this entry in the Harvest Days parade held on Friday. The Britton business has been serving ice cream since 1957 and has become a “must-stop” for visitors and residents alike.
Britton’s 21st Harvest Days celebration saw nearly ideal weather and large crowds in attendance for activities held on Friday and Saturday by the Britton Area Chamber of Commerce. Activities kicked
Marshall County 4-H’er Hunter Jensen showed his Grand Champion Crossbred Market Sheep at Achievement Days. (4-H Photos by Karen Mikkelson)
Marshall County 4-H members participated in the annual Achievement Days activities last week Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Interview judging for static exhibits was held Tuesday, LivestockDayandthePremium Sale were Wednesday, and
Don Schumaker met with the Marshall County Commission during the public comment portion of its meeting to propose that the county use his building for county office space. The former