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Marshall group talks goals for emergency planning

January 16, 2015 MARSHALL — A group of Marshall area community members working to improve the city’s response to emergencies took some time to refocus their efforts on Thursday. more »»

A nice day for a walk

January 16, 2015 Photo by Anna Haecherl-Smith Tom Haynes of Marshall, and his yellow lab Johnny, took advantage of the warm weather and sunshine Thursday to take a walk through Wayside Rest Park. more »»

NextEra has open house for solar project

January 15, 2015 MARSHALL — Representatives with NextEra Energy Resources held a voluntary open house at the Marshall-Lyon County Library Wednesday to talk with community members and answer questions concerning the... more »»

SuperNight 2015 to feature Twin Cities Christian band

January 15, 2015 MARSHALL — Area youth are being invited to a night of fellowship, faith and fun at SuperNight 2015 Saturday at the Marshall Area YMCA. more »»

An unofficial end to the holidays

January 15, 2015 Photo by Deb Gau The holidays have come and gone, and with them the city decorations along Main Street in Marshall. more »»

Residents speak out on vacant hotel

January 14, 2015 MARSHALL — It’s a prominent building in Marshall’s downtown, but the Marshall Hotel property has sat empty for years. more »»

MPD has something new on its hands

January 14, 2015 It’s called ‘Swatting’ — it’s new to Minnesota, and it has proven to be disruptive MARSHALL — The Marshall Police Department is still investigating last week’s bomb threat at the Marshall High... more »»

Lanoues win Excellence in Agriculture competition

January 14, 2015 MARSHALL — Paul and Ruth Lanoue of Marshall were announced the winners of the Excellence in Agriculture national competition Tuesday at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s (AFBF) Annual Meeting in... more »»

Parents riding shotgun

January 13, 2015 MARSHALL — Getting a driver’s license is an important bit of independence for many teens. But that doesn’t mean parents shouldn’t be in the picture, local driving instructors said. more »»

On the Agenda: Marshall City Council

January 13, 2015 Marshall City Council When: 5:30 p.m. more »»

Bringin’ it home

January 12, 2015 It was a big day on multiple levels for Marshall High School dancers. more »»

Farmers hear from attorneys on Syngenta lawsuit

January 12, 2015 MARSHALL — Lawyers Dan Holmolka of Minneapolis and Mikal Watts of San Antonio, Texas, are among a group spearheading a lawsuit against seed and agrochemical manufacturer Syngenta and its part in the... more »»

Fill ’er up!

January 10, 2015 Drivers across America are seeing something they haven’t seen for a long time: gas prices under $2. Stations around Marshall started showing gas at just $1.99 a gallon this week. more »»

On the hunt for coyotes

January 10, 2015 MARSHALL — In another sign that shows how much Lyon County cares about its pheasants and wants to give outdoorsmen another hunting opportunity, the county’s first-ever coyote hunt will take place... more »»

Sen.: Gas tax would be ‘dead on arrival’

January 9, 2015 MARSHALL — The group Move MN proposed Thursday that the Legislature add a 6. more »»

Tiger Dance Team to have invitational Saturday

January 9, 2015 MARSHALL — A decade ago, dance team became a reality at Marshall High School. Since then, the team has grown, doing well at competitions and making it to the state tournament several times. more »»

Blizzard hits area

January 9, 2015 Photos by Anna Haecherl-Smith Thursday’s blizzard brought whiteout conditions to Marshall and zero visibility on roads out of town as seen above at the intersection of Minnesota Highway 23 and... more »»

Nominations for Pride Hall of Honor due by Feb. 13

January 9, 2015 The Pride in the Tiger Foundation is hosting its semi-annual Hall of Honor banquet at the Marshall Golf Club at 5 p.m. Saturday, April 1. more »»

The classic continues

January 8, 2015 Prairie Dance Alliance to perform ‘The Nutcracker’ this weekend MARSHALL More than 100 dancers and actors will take the stage this weekend in Marshall to bring a beloved holiday classic to life. more »»

Classes go on despite (wind) chill in the air

January 8, 2015 Two-hour late start buys schools precious daylight during cold mornings like Wednesday MARSHALL — To close or not to close. more »»



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