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Marshall County Healthcare certified nurse practitioner Jill Zuehlke is shown on this computer and phone screen to show how virtual visits are now possible for Marshall County residents. People may now make a visit to the clinic from the comfort of their living room.

Virtual Hospital Visits Have Become Reality

There will be some positive fallout from dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, and being able to make a hospital visit from the comfort of your home may be one thing that will endure.

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The Ray and Marci Effling family of Britton is doing home-schooling times four while schools are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. From left to right are fifth grader Emily, first grader Olivia, fourth-year SDSU student Lyndsey, and sophomore Carter.

Home School Going Well

Students, teachers, and parents are all rising to the occasion when it comes to continuing education for Britton-Hecla and Langford Area youth.

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Lacey Erickson and daughter, Tiyanna Schott, pick up supplies for online classes at the Britton-Hecla School on Monday. Governor Kristi Noem mandated on Tuesday that schools be closed through May 1.

School Staffs Adjust To Help Kids

The world has ground to a halt on many fronts in the past two weeks due to the coronavirus, but local educators are using technology and good old-fashioned ingenuity to make sure the education of area youth continues.


Marshall County Journal

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