When Britton area telephone man Robert Perry saw the state of Fort Sisseton in the mid-1950’s, his heart was stirred. Something had to be done to save the crumbling buildings
Britton’s annual Harvest Days will mark its 21st year with a full agenda of events on Friday and Saturday. The fourth annual Harvest Days Parade will kick off Friday activities
Architects met with Marshall County Commissioners at their regular meeting on Tuesday to help sort out plans for updating the current Courthouse. HKG Architects, Inc., and Mettler Sichmeller Engineering of
He has been dubbed the “Road Walker,” and Jerry Meadows takes pride in that title. The Sisseton resident will be hitting the road beginning at 8 a.m. next Wednesday, July
This is the old Newark School that was built in 1921. The town, established in 1883, once had three grocery stores, a large hardware store, and a barber shop, as well as other businesses.
Although Newark is now a ghost town, I can remember when it was a good-sized town with a Post Office established June 15, 1883, by John E. Pulver. It had