Former Nebraska runningback and Heismann Trophy winner Mike Rozier signed autographs for Lincoln, center, and Henry Kilker during their trip to watch the Cornhuskers play their season opener a week ago Friday. The sons of Preston and Rachelle Kilker are named after the Huskers home (Lincoln) and a former Huskers’ kicker (Henry).

Heart of Dakota winners were recognized at the 20th annual event held at the Britton Country Club on Monday. Honorees from left to right are Glenn and Sande Lehr of Britton, Community Involvement; Kay Friebel of Britton, People’s Choice; Cindy Hofland of Veblen, Community Involvement; and Elaine Steen/ Steen Photography of Britton, Customer Service.

Lemons To Lemonade Story

It’s your classic lemons to lemonade story. The Kilker family from Britton, long-time Nebraska Cornhusker fans extending through three generations, traveled to Lincoln, NE, earlier this month to see the

It will be the end of an era when a liquidation sale is held at Britton Livestock Auction on Thursday. Posts and fences were piled up on the property located on the south edge of Britton that has been purchased by the city with plans to be used for economic development. (Kylie Carlson Photo)

The final sale was held at Britton Livestock Auction earlier this month. In the auctioneer’s box from left to right are Denise Euge, owner Kevin Larson, and Brent Larson.

Sale Marks End Of Era

It’s the end of an era. The final livestock sale was held at Britton Livestock Auction earlier this month, and a liquidation sale is planned for Thursday at 1 p.m.

Wheatcrest Hills of Britton celebrated its 50th anniversary on also spoke at the grand opening 50 years ago; Administrator Aug. 25. Taking part in the celebration at the local nursing LaVonne Furman; and original owners Bill Spiry and Dr. Lee home from left to right were former Governor Frank Farrar, who Johnson.

Wheatcrest Marks 50 Years

Wheatcrest Hills of Britton celebrated its 50th anniversary on Aug. 25. Former Governor Frank Farrar, who spoke at the grand opening of the facility 50 years ago while serving as

Langford Area seniors selected as homecoming royalty candidates from left to right are Jordan Schmieg, Molly Hanse, Logan Block, Maddie Reints, Trey Jensen, Addy Taylor, Noah Allen, and Sami Wika.

CINDY HOFLAND Community Involvement

GLENN LEHR Community Involvement

SANDE LEHR Community Involvement

KAY FRIEBEL People’s Choice

ELAINE STEEN Customer Service

Five Heart Of Dakota Winners

Five area residents will be recognized Monday as winners of the 20th annual Heart of Dakota Awards. The awards are sponsored by the Britton Area Foundation and Marshall County Publishing,


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