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Miss Langford 2019 Madeline Reints, left, and Langford Area Junior Snow Queen Hanna Miller, right, were pictured with this year’s Frosty, Brandi Fries, at the annual event held on Sunday afternoon.

First Graders Talk Turkey

Members of the Britton-Hecla first grade classes came up with some creative turkey recipes in preparation for the Thanksgiving holiday. How to Cook a Turkey Mrs. Vrchota’s First Grade Rylie

Jessy Haberman flashed his characteristic smile in front of a bunch of toys collected for Jessy’s Toy Box. Toys may be donated in Britton at Hurley & Associates.

Little Boy With Big Legacy

It all began when a little Power Ranger drew a big smile. Jessy Haberman, the late son of Jim and Heather Haberman of Wyndmere, ND, was just four years old

Stanley Haskins, Jr., was escorted by Jory Flanery as he broke in the Braves semifinal game against Howard. Haskins ran for loose for an 82-yard scoring run for Britton-Hecla’s only score 1,909 yards this season.

Braves Were Dominant Force

The Britton-Hecla football squad was dominant on its way to a 10-1 record this season, and that dominance was reflected in the year-end statistics. The Braves outscored opponents 44.0-10.5 points

Jenna Werner, back left, was selected as the annual event on Saturday. In front are Little Britton Area Junior Snow Queen and Peris Master Jackson Medhaug and Little Miss Fellows as the 2019 Snow Queen at the 72nd Britton Jazzlynn Pearson. (Steen Photography)

BAC Holds 72nd Snow Queen Event

Peris Fellows and Jenna Werner were selected as 2019 royalty at the 72nd Britton Area Snow Queen Festival held at Amacher Auditorium on Saturday. Fellows, the daughter of Gerald and

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