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Karie Geyer of Veblen is participating in the Kairos project designed in part to develop pastors for rural churches through an alternative seminary program. (LaDona Nelson Photo)

Program Helps Rural Churches

Being raised in Veblen, Karie Geyer understands the connection to small towns and your home church.

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There is still ice on the pond and some snow in the fields but the return of geese to Marshall County always gives residents hope that spring is just around the corner. But forecasters are saying that the Easter weekend will still feel a lot like winter.

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Marshall County Veterans Service Officer Dave Daberkow, back, presented medals at the Britton Area Expo on Saturday in recognition of living veterans in the county who served during the World War II era. From left to right are Neil Foote, representing the late Ralph Foote of Langford, Willie Deutsch of Eden, Bryce Thoelke of Britton, Maurice Nehls of Langford, and Dr. Lee Johnson, Bob Johnson, and Howard Stocking, all of Britton. (Norm Mack Photo)

35th Expo Held

A total of 56 exhibitors were on hand for the 35th annual Britton Area Expo & Health Fair held at the Britton-Hecla Arena on Saturday.

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Britton-Hecla’s Teacher of the Year Christina Bosse, center, was presented a certificate and flowers from High School Principal Carrie James and Superintendent Steve Benson. Bosse is now eligible for regional competition.

Honoree Travels Unique Road

She has bloomed where she was planted, and her fellow plant pathology students would be proud.

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Marshall County Journal

PO Box 69, Britton, SD 57430
Phone: (605) 448-2281
Fax: (605) 448-2282