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Klobuchar hears about local concerns on Alzheimer’s care

September 17, 2016 MARSHALL — Alzheimer’s disease is something no one really faces alone, members of a local action group said. “It’s a condition that affects the whole famil. more »»

Lakeview’s inspiration

September 17, 2016 For one special night, Lakeview junior Jared Stevens wasn’t thinking about the brain cancer he’s been fighting for the last four months. COTTONWOOD — The big moment was at hand. more »»

Marshall recycling bins making a move

September 17, 2016 MARSHALL — It’s been a drop-off spot for recyclables for years, but a change is coming. more »»

To Jacob:

September 17, 2016 In response to your question, Jacob, you didn’t do anything wrong. more »»

OT rules could spell trouble for employers

September 16, 2016 MARSHALL — New regulations that will make more salaried workers eligible for overtime pay are going into effect in just a couple of months. more »»

A march toward ‘Excellence’

September 16, 2016 MARSHALL — Nearly one-quarter of the students at Marshall High School participate in marching band and are gearing up for the 21st Annual Pursuit of Excellence competition scheduled for Saturday at... more »»

Schwan adds nearly 50 new manufacturing positions in Marshall

September 16, 2016 MARSHALL — SFC Global Supply Chain, Inc. more »»

Montevideo man faces 2 felony counts, 3 gross misdemeanors in 2015 crash involving minors

September 16, 2016 GRANITE FALLS — Mckenzie Michael Notch, 21, of Montevideo made his first court appearance on Sep. more »»

PHOTO: Walkabout

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Continuing to learn

September 15, 2016 GOLD?College at Southwest Minnesota State University?kicks off fall session MARSHALL — “Learning and growing” — that’s what the GOLD College at Southwest Minnesota State University is all about. more »»

Great run, strong finish for Cottonwood 4-H’er

September 15, 2016 Cottonwood’s Bossuyt wraps up 13-year 4-H career COTTONWOOD — After receiving a Grand Champion Market Lamb ribbon and a Reserve Senior Showman ribbon with his 4-H projects at this year’s Lyon Count... more »»

Balaton men recovering from WNV

September 15, 2016 MARSHALL — Bryan Smith and Chuck Swanson have more in common than home ownership on Lake Yankton. The two Balaton residents are both recovering from a bout with the West Nile viru. more »»

City council approves hotel feasibility study

September 14, 2016 MARSHALL — The subject of hotel development is a complicated one in Marshall, Cal Brink said. more »»

Pipeline protest

September 14, 2016 Photo by Jody Isaackson Protesters took to the corner of West College Drive and Main Street, at Memorial Park, to protest the further construction of the Dakota Access pipeline on Tuesday afternoon... more »»

Marshall part of state recreation study

September 14, 2016 Bike/pedestrian data will part of statewide health program MARSHALL — The city of Marshall takes its biking pretty seriously, and its dedication toward recreation, as is evidenced by its... more »»

YMC approves appropriations requests, looks at budget

September 14, 2016 GRANITE?FALLS?— During the course of the Yellow Medicine County Board meeting on Tuesday, the board approved a handful of requests for additional funding. more »»

Citizen’s Academy begins Monday

September 13, 2016 MARSHALL — There are a lot of parts of a police officer’s job that most people don’t get to experience. It can leave members of the public with questions about how, and why, police do what they do. more »»

Living Proof Simulcast is Saturday

September 13, 2016 MARSHALL — Women from southwest Minnesota and beyond are invited to take part in The Living Proof Simulcast, sponsored by Nashville-based publishing company LifeWay Christian Resources, featuring... more »»

PHOTO: First-day fun

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