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February 2, 2013 At the Scandinavian Center he goes to, Richard Londgren usually sees a sign promoting lifelong learning. “That fits our personal ongoing learning,” he said. more »»

Cold care

January 26, 2013 MARSHALL Winter conditions like extreme cold aren’t just bad for people. As anyone who’s had to hook up the jumper cables this season knows, they can also spell car trouble. more »»

An experiment in poetry

January 26, 2013 MARSHALL — Last summer, a trio of aspiring writers embarked on a bold project. “The idea was to explore poetry through a collaborative writing project,” said Barb Hawes. more »»

An ongoing exploration

January 26, 2013 After more than a half-century of creating and teaching art, New Mexico artist Signe Stuart still makes a habit of going to her studio every day. more »»

A is for Abby and Austin

January 19, 2013 Every year, the Minnesota State High School League recognizes outstanding high school seniors who have excelled in academics, fine arts and athletics (Triple “A”). more »»

Making an impression

January 19, 2013 Local saxophone player Mike Gill has performed with his share of jazz combos and ensembles throughout the years. But his most recent gig in California has been a memorable one. more »»

A Valentine's Day present

January 19, 2013 Being a guest at an Italian wedding can be interesting, even if it’s just make-believe. The interactive comedy dinner show “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding” will be performed at noon and 6 p.m. Saturday, Fe. more »»

A precious act of kindness

January 12, 2013 COTTONWOOD — At Lakeview Schools in Cottonwood, the students get a chance to learn life lessons as well as schoolwork. more »»

Crystal's craft

January 12, 2013 One of the things Crystal Wambeke enjoys seeing when people peruse her jewelry at various craft shows is their response. Wambeke designs and creates jewelry and accessories under the name C. more »»

Murray County Museum receives grant for WWI exhibit

January 12, 2013 As she saw that Southwest Minnesota State University was commemorating the 150th year of the Civil War, SMSU professor Anita Gaul had an idea spring to mind. more »»

Winter is most definitely back

January 5, 2013 AREA — This past weekend, area residents were able to take part in a couple of snow-related events put on by the Shetek Environmental Center — a moonlight snowshoe hike in Garvin Park and... more »»

A quick study

January 5, 2013 MARSHALL — About a year and a half ago, Amy Gillingham of Marshall turned to an online resource to learn how to croche. more »»

Turning the page on 2012

December 29, 2012 Jan. 4: The Lyon County Red Kettle Campaign for the Salvation Army blows away the old fundraising record by bringing in $28,000 in 2011. The previous record, set in 2010, was $17,000. Jan. more »»

Pedaling prowess

December 29, 2012 Ray Gorder of Lamberton says he’s not a big TV watcher, he just likes to be outsid. more »»

Effie’s efforts

December 15, 2012 TYLER Elfriede Petersen still had part of the uniform from her first job after high school. more »»

Attention to detail

December 15, 2012 MARSHALL — Marshall High School student Elizabeth Breyfogle likes a good artistic challenge. So when her teacher gave her a large mural project, she took it on. more »»

Drawn to nature’s beauty

December 15, 2012 More than 35 years ago, Kathy Peterson of Redwood Falls started turning pheasant feathers into pieces of art “just for the fun of it. more »»

Tech on the treadmill

December 8, 2012 Fitness is not just for athletes. In a time when more and more of us spend our working days sitting down, we need to actively pursue fitness just to have enough energy to get through the da. more »»

No boys allowed

December 8, 2012 MARSHALL — After she won a modeling contest on an MTV program, Anna Johnson was offered a contract with an agency in New York City and a chance to be in Cosmo Girl. more »»

A wealth of story ideas

December 8, 2012 As a kid, Jody Isaackson said she read a lot of Mary C. Jane mysteries. “I’m an avid reader but especially mysteries,” she said. So a couple of years ago, she decided to write her own mystery. more »»



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