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Man dies from fall at Schwan warehouse

February 25, 2015 MARSHALL — An employee of Spartan Staffing who fell Sunday night while working at a Schwan Food Co. more »»

City to start eminent domain process on Marshall Hotel

February 25, 2015 MARSHALL — The city of Marshall officially kicked off the eminent domain process against a vacant hotel building on Main Street Tuesday night. more »»

YM County reviews 5-year highway plan

February 25, 2015 GRANITE FALLS — County Engineer Andy Sander and Maintenance Supervisor Larry Stoks of the County Highway Department presented to the Yellow Medicine County Board the proposed five-year highway... more »»

February: When 32º feels balmy

February 24, 2015 MARSHALL — Minnesotans tired of highs in the teens and single digits and lows below zero can take solace in the fact that they’re not alone. more »»

Building inspections department review completed

February 24, 2015 MARSHALL — A review of the Marshall city building inspections department has been completed, Marshall city officials said. more »»

Bravo!

February 23, 2015 MARSHALL — Young, aspiring string musicians gathered at Southwest Minnesota State University on Saturday to take part in the Southwest Minnesota Orchestra’s 4th Annual Concert Concerto Competition. more »»

Fallen hero

February 21, 2015 Freedom isn’t free. It takes courage, honor and dedication. Jason Timmerman knew this and proudly put his own life on the line for his country. more »»

Competition in the kitchen

February 21, 2015 Area youth vie for state FFA Food Science title at Southwest Minnesota State University MARSHALL — The culinology department at Southwest Minnesota State University was filled Friday with high... more »»

Ag Bowl Scholarship Invitational brings area FFA chapters to SMSU

February 21, 2015 MARSHALL — The third annual Ag Bowl Scholarship Invitational was host to more than 20 FFA chapters and 350 students at Southwest Minnesota State University on Frida. more »»

DFL legislation would support working parents in Minnesota

February 21, 2015 MARSHALL — Supporters of the Working Parents Act say it will help parents by getting them paid sick time and paid family leave, as well as look out for servers who earn tips. more »»

Low turnout for S. 2nd Street info meeting

February 20, 2015 MARSHALL — Marshall city employees were on hand to answer questions about a pair of proposed street and utility projects during an informational meeting Thursda. more »»

Meals that matter

February 20, 2015 SMSU, Hy-Vee partner for scholarship program through Market Café MARSHALL — Call it a win-win…win. more »»

Opening night

February 20, 2015 Photo by Anna Haecherl-Smith Sara Marie Mills, front, and Kayla Lindberg apply stage makeup for the opening performance of “James and the Giant Peach” at Southwest Minnesota State University Thursday. more »»

Another step ahead for ‘Drake’s Law’

February 19, 2015 MARSHALL — The bill named after Drake Bigler that targets repeat drunk drivers took another step forward Wednesday at the Capito. more »»

Do the math — they did

February 19, 2015 MARSHALL — For more than four months now, a group of Marshall area high school students has been meeting to work on tough math problems together. But they’re no ordinary study grou. more »»

Head Start visits Hy-Vee

February 19, 2015 Photo by Karin Elton Western Community Action Head Start teacher Kayla Driessen, left, brought students to Hy-Vee Wednesday morning for a tour led by Danielle Anderson, Hy-Vee customer care educatio... more »»

County board gives go-ahead for ditch project

February 18, 2015 MARSHALL — After a long wait, a proposed improvement project on Lyon County Ditch 10 got a go-ahead from county commissioners on Tuesday. more »»

Plenty to go around

February 18, 2015 MARSHALL — There’s a place where you can go to get a hot cup of coffee and relax while someone prepares a meal for you — all for free. It’s Esther’s Kitchen by Loaves & Fishes. more »»

MHS principal presents on one-hour lunch to school board

February 18, 2015 MARSHALL — At its regular meeting on Tuesday, the Marshall School Board members heard from Principal Brian Jones regarding Marshall High School’s new implementation of a one-hour power lunch period... more »»

 
 
 

 

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