A library at Susu Village, Zambia, is a dream in progress for the African residents. Land has been purchased for the library through donations from Britton area residents.

Former Britton resident Lana (Jandahl) Lynn has a dream of a sign similar to this being placed at the site of a new library at Susu Village, Zambia.

Elizabeth’s Library International has helped to renovate a classroom at the Susu Village School in Zambia, Africa.

Residents in the Susu Village area walk miles to gain access to books and in this photo two girls are enjoying sharing a book.

This is the future site of the Susu Village Public Library. Donations from Britton area residents made the purchase of the land possible.

Locals Funding Zambian Dream

Earlier this year former Britton resident Lana (Jandahl) Lynn, chairman of the Board of Elizabeth’s Library International (ELI), issued a challenge to her hometown. That challenge was for the Britton

Britton-Hecla and University of South Dakota graduate Kelsey Barrett is now serving as an addiction counselor and is using lessons learned as a prep and collegiate cross country standout.

Conditions were good for horse-drawn sleigh rides at Fort Sisseton’s Frontier Christmas held on Saturday.

Lessons Learned In Sport Paying Dividends

The finish line had long been a meaningful destination for Britton native Kelsey Barrett. A dedicated and highly successful long distance runner in both high school and college, Barrett gauged

City Okays Lease

Britton’s City Council approved a lease agreement for the old City Hall building at its regular meeting held at the Event Center on Monday. On behalf of Britton Home and

Visitors to Fort Sisseton’s Frontier Christmas had the opportunity to sample chestnuts being roasted on an open fire on Saturday.

Visitors to Fort Sisseton’s Frontier Christmas had the chance to see an old-time blacksmith in action.

Old-Time Christmas At Fort

The parking lot was packed and Mother Nature cooperated for Fort Sisseton’s annual Frontier Christmas on Saturday. Attendees were bundled up to counteract a winter breeze, but the sun was


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