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Preparing them for the worst

November 15, 2014 MARSHALL — Ted Stamp was 18 when he suffered a spinal cord injury. more »»

Old-fashioned decor

November 15, 2014 Photos by Deb Gau Students in the third, fourth and fifth grades at Samuel Lutheran School experienced Christmas past at the Lyon County Historical Museum on Friday. more »»

It’s soon tour time

November 14, 2014 By Deb Gau dgau@marshallindependent. more »»

Taking care of business

November 14, 2014 MARSHALL — Two Marshall High School students were elected to state office for Business Professionals of America earlier this month. more »»

Everything must go at County Fair

November 13, 2014 MARSHALL — For some, it was a chance to buy equipment at a good price. For others, it was a time to say one last goodbye. more »»

East Main Street opens

November 13, 2014 Construction on East Main Street in Marshall has ceased for the winter, meaning the detour has been lifted, the City of Marshall said. more »»

YMC approves contract with Wold Architects

November 13, 2014 GRANITE FALLS — The Yellow Medicine County Board approved its contract with Wold Architects for the design of the county’s new courthouse at its regular meeting Wednesday. more »»

A lesson on courage

November 13, 2014 MARSHALL — Youth Frontiers representative John Sandahl had the attention of every Marshall Middle School seventh-grader when he told the Ultimate Frisbee story about Monica at the Courage Retreat... more »»

So long, fall

November 12, 2014 Although the heavy snow missed SW Minnesota, the cold reality is, winter has arrived early MARSHALL — Yes, winter is still a month away. more »»

Call it in the air

November 12, 2014 The Currie mayoral race went overtime, with a flip of a coin determining the winner MARSHALL — It wasn’t the start of a football game, but a coin toss decided who will be the next mayor of Currie. more »»

Pride and support

November 12, 2014 MARSHALL — Veterans Day is a time to celebrate the service of America’s fighting men and women. But, area residents say, we should do much more than remember veteran. more »»

Council seeks review of building inspections dept.

November 11, 2014 MARSHALL — The Marshall City Council took action on a number of items at its regular meeting Monday night, but there was plenty of discussion on most of them. more »»

Brothers in arms

November 11, 2014 Veterans Day has a special meaning for Tyler resident Leona Mikkelsen and her family. All six of her brothers served in the United States Armed Forces. more »»

SMSU designated a Yellow Ribbon Campus

November 11, 2014 MARSHALL —?Southwest Minnesota State University was named a Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Campus during a ceremony Monday on campus. more »»

Derek Hexum faces charges in Lyon County

November 11, 2014 MARSHALL — One of two men charged in connection with a shooting near Granite Falls this summer appeared in Lyon County District Court on Monday on separate charges ther. more »»

Like it or not…

November 11, 2014 Photo by Per Peterson It was hard to tell just what exactly was falling from the sky at 9:30 a.m. Monday — a wintry combination of rain, sleet and snow. more »»

Getting a taste

November 11, 2014 Photos by Anna Haecherl-Smith Over a dozen local businesses brought their best dishes to the Taste of Marshall 2014 expo that was at Southwest Minnesota State University Monday night. more »»

Veterans Day programs set for the area

November 10, 2014 Marshall A Veterans Day program will be in the Marshall High School gymnasium at 8:05 a.m. A Veterans Day program will be in the Marshall Middle School gymnasium at 8:40 a.. more »»

Getting prepared

November 10, 2014 MARSHALL — When you drive down Main Street, you can always tell what season it is by looking into the display windows at Patzer’s Hardware Hank. more »»



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