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A view of the city

November 7, 2015 Minneapolis photographer is latest to exhibit at SMSU’s Whipple Gallery MARSHALL — When Minneapolis photographer Doug Johnson goes out looking for a shot, he’ll take his camera and tripod, hit the... more »»

Art that tells a story

November 7, 2015 Landscape paintings by New London artist will be at the SMAC gallery MARSHALL — The latest paintings of New London artist Kari CL Weber tell a story about the farmland. more »»

Scary stories

October 31, 2015 What is it that draws viewers to scary movies? Is it the suspense factor? The jump scare? That rush of adrenaline when you hear the eerie music before something horrible happens? From the classics,... more »»

Always with purpose

October 24, 2015 Brandon Swanson’s disappearance seven years ago has spurred numerous searches, the most recent taking place last weekend. more »»

A legendary sound

October 24, 2015 MARSHALL — When the Four Freshmen put on a show, Bob Ferreira, one of the longtime members, said they take the audience on a historical journey of the group, from the first song up to the new... more »»

New at the library

October 24, 2015 New Materials at the Marshall-Lyon County Library Large Print Hamilton, Jane. Laura Rider’s Masterpiece Harper, Karen. Dark Crossings Mills, Mark. The Information Officer Miss Read. more »»

Paving the way

October 17, 2015 They say there are two seasons in Minnesota: Winter and road construction. After the last four months, Marshall residents are likely looking forward to a blizzar. more »»

Exploring Hawaii’s history

October 17, 2015 The Rose Ensemble to present ‘The Last Queen of Hawaii’ in Marshall MARSHALL — The latest offering by the Rose Ensemble takes listeners on a journey to Hawaii — its culture, history and music. more »»

A splash of color

October 10, 2015 Lace up your hiking boots, hop in the car and hit the road this weekend to see fall colors at their peak in Minnesot. more »»

DBAA marks a milestone

October 3, 2015 MARSHALL?— For its first season more than a decade ago, the Dawson-Boyd Arts Association started off with a sold-out concert featuring Riders in the Sky. more »»

Back in time

October 3, 2015 LYON COUNTY A poor farm, mill run and a centuries-old graveyard were just some of the remnants from Lyon County’s past that were explored by history buffs last week. more »»

Going Dutch

September 26, 2015 A recent event at Camden State Park offered a close-up look at old-school food preparation: Dutch oven cooking. more »»

A day trip for the arts

September 26, 2015 MARSHALL — According to the featured artist for the Upper Minnesota River Meander Arts Crawl, it doesn’t matter if it’s the first time or 11th time you’ve been on it, you always find something new... more »»

The FACS of life

September 19, 2015 COTTONWOOD On Monday afternoon, students in clothing class at Lakeview High School were getting acquainted with their new sewing machines, learning the different parts. more »»

A lasting community

September 12, 2015 St. more »»

A look, a feel

September 5, 2015 Cancer has many ways of taking its toll on one’s life, including their appearance. more »»

Getting into that ‘special zone’

September 5, 2015 Glencoe woman’s nature photography to be on display at SMAC MARSHALL — Some of Mary Mulenburg’s favorite places to shoot photos of nature are at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, local county and... more »»

‘Like touching the past’

August 29, 2015 Significant donation adds to Indigenous Americans Museum at SMSU MARSHALL Artifacts from Sitka, Alaska, to Phoenix, Arizona, can be seen right here in Marshall, Minnesota, thanks to a donation by... more »»

For the better part of 75 years

August 22, 2015 The people who have been behind Wood Lake’s Community Fair have plenty to be proud of, as the festival marks its 75th this year. Not too shabby for a town with a population of just over 400. more »»

A fresh season

August 22, 2015 MARSHALL — With the upcoming local concert series, people can sing along with the music of Neil Diamond, experience the longevity of a vocal quartet and listen to a large array of music genres. more »»



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