“Today we honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice,” said Britton Memorial Day speaker Heather Bufferman, program manager for the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs. The local program was
The Britton Community Theater will present the “premier” performance of the melodrama Fast City Fortunes or A Rootin Tootin Revelation at the Fort Sisseton Historical Festival May 31-June 2. Some of the cast members from left to right are Raymond Schuster (Billy), Britton; Rachel Schuster (Ellie), Britton; Linda Quade (Nellie), Wilmot; Chuck Vrchota (Sheriff Bob), Veblen, and Jason Tonsfeldt (Johnny B. Goode), Lake City.
The Britton Community Theatre will present a ‘premier’ performance of the melodrama “Fast City Fortunes” or “A Rootin Tootin Revelation” at the Fort Sisseton Festival next week. The local theater
The Marshall County Commission discussed plans for the proposed courthouse and law enforcement center with architects and also talked about feedback received from five public meetings at its regular session
Class of 2019 officers gave the address at commencement ceremonies on Sunday. From left to right are President Jaidyn Roehr, Secretary-Treasurer Kordell Feldhaus, and Vice-President Kylie Carlson.
Britton-Hecla graduate Zack Strong had a smile for parents Snapper and Anita Strong, while his Mom shed a tear.
Britton-Hecla seniors performed the Senior Ensemble, “Five More Minutes” during graduation activities on Sunday at the Britton-Hecla Arena. A total of 25 graduates received diplomas.
Britton-Hecla Superintendent Steve Benson told members of the 2019 graduating class during commencement ceremonies on Sunday to believe in themselves. “All of you have goals, dreams, and aspirations,” said Benson.
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