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Granite Falls Area Community Theater to perform ‘The Boys Next Door’

June 14, 2014 For its summer production, the Granite Falls Area Community Theater is taking on a script that is challenging its actors. more »»

Training by fire

June 7, 2014 The important thing was to treat it like a real house fire, not just a drill, said Garvin Fire Chief David Bitton. “We had a couple of teams of people go in and put the fire out,” Bitton said. more »»

Lacey's take

June 7, 2014 When she was 4 years old, Lacey Louwagie said her older sister, Jessica, acted out the story of “Rumpelstiltskin” with their Fisher-Price Little Peopl. more »»

New at the library

June 7, 2014 New Materials at the Marshall-Lyon County Library Fiction • Boyden, Joseph. The Orenda • Clark, Walter Van Tilburg. The Ox-Bow Incident • Cohen, Nancy J. Hanging By A Hair • Ferris, Joshua. more »»

Pull an all nighter and planet watch from sunset to sunrise

June 7, 2014 As we approach the longest days of the year, we also experience the shortest nights. more »»

Poetry Corner

June 7, 2014 The Impressionists, on both sides of the Atlantic, gave us a number of handsome paintings of rural scenes, and here’s a poem by the distinguished American poet, Catharine Savage Brosman, that offers... more »»

It's all in the wrist

May 31, 2014 SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA Disc golf is a lot like ball golf. Except there are no pricey green fees, or the expensive equipment, or even the fancy shoes and plaid shorts. more »»

‘I’m inspired by what I see’

May 31, 2014 For his latest solo show, Ohio artist Lee Kirschbaum will be “coming home. more »»

Taking it all in

May 24, 2014 COTTONWOOD — More than 60 students from Lakeview High School recently had the opportunity to explore the Washington, D.C. area and returned with different perspectives on their experiences. more »»

A new season

May 24, 2014 MARSHALL — From jazz to a cappella, the upcoming Marshall Area Fine Arts Council’s concert series will have something for everyone. MAFAC recently announced its 2014-2015 Concert Series. more »»

Music on Mondays to return to Canby park

May 24, 2014 After a good reception last summer, the Canby Arts Council is bringing back its music series, which will feature swing, soul, country, polka and folk musi. more »»

Music and memories

May 17, 2014 Sometimes it’s snowing, sometimes it’s 80 degrees and the sun is shining, but it’s always a good time to get together to meet old friends and hear good music. more »»

A rising star

May 17, 2014 In the last year, Kaila Tingle moved onto Hollywood Week on “American Idol,” became part of a band and has been working on getting her songs out there. more »»

Going Glocal

May 10, 2014 When Brannon McCain was 17 years old, he took the money from his summer job and bought his first guitar. His original intent was to learn how to play the song “Stairway to Heaven. more »»

Jerry’s latest

May 10, 2014 A little bit of old and new is blended together on area singer/songwriter Jerry Ostensoe’s new CD. Ostensoe, of Sacred Heart, recently released his third CD, “Whatever’s Left of the Day. more »»

Pull!

May 3, 2014 Students across the state are getting the opportunity to be part of an activity that was usually left out of schools. more »»

A ‘natural skating talent’

May 3, 2014 MARSHALL —?Wanting to go further in her skating, Becca Klein decided to take on a challenge. Klein, a junior at Marshall High School, recently completed the USFSA Senior Moves in the Field Tes. more »»

A ‘determined’ artist

May 3, 2014 MARSHALL — Willmar artist Shalese Sands said that she’s always loved animals and drawing since she was little. “I guess merging my two loves was inevitable,” Sands said. more »»

The hunt for fun on Easter

April 19, 2014 GARVIN — Despite temperatures hovering around the freezing point, an extremely large number of people turned out for the first-ever Garvin Park Easter EGGstravaganza on Sunday. more »»

‘Purely comedy’

April 19, 2014 MARSHALL — An awkward blind date, chimps writing one of Shakespeare’s famous plays and a Russian Marxist revolutionary dying over and over again will come to life onstage for the last SMSU Black Box... more »»

 
 

 

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