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A whole lot of heart

May 10, 2016 Tracy man meets the people who played a role in saving his life MARSHALL — There was an abundance of handshakes, hugs and thank-yous at the North Memorial Ambulance garage Monday afternoon. more »»

Their next chapter

May 9, 2016 Southwest Minnesota State University’s Class of 2016 look toward the future MARSHALL — A little before 9 a.. more »»

Marshall PTA color run

May 9, 2016 Photo by Deb Gau Local residents and families put a little color in their lives — literally — by participating in the Marshall PTA Walk/Run for Fun on Saturday. more »»

A time of transition in Marshall

May 7, 2016 City of Marshall candidate searches move forward on three fronts MARSHALL — The city of Marshall will be going through some major changes this summer, with a trio of key city staffers either... more »»

Man breaks window to escape Clarkfield fire

May 7, 2016 CLARKFIELD — A fire reported Friday morning in Clarkfield is under investigation, the Yellow Medicine County Sheriff’s Office said. At about 7:55 a.m. more »»

Talents Academy expands summer offerings

May 6, 2016 MARSHALL — Growing enrollment, good instructors and a longer-than-usual summer vacation will all mean some expansions for the Marshall Talents Academy this year, Marshall Community Services staff... more »»

Minnesota Zoo visits Park Side

May 6, 2016 Photos by Cindy Votruba First-graders at Park Side Elementary were treated to a visit by the Minnesota Zoo Zoomobile Thursday thanks to a Pride in the Tiger grant. more »»

Off the top rope in Minneota

May 6, 2016 Minneota loves its wrestling, but they haven’t seen anything like this MARSHALL — Tony Denucci is bringing high-flying wrestling to Minneota, and for anyone who doubts the authenticity of wrestling... more »»

A major step for Drake’s Law

May 5, 2016 House unanimously passes bill that would lengthen sentence for repeat DWI offenders MARSHALL — Drake’s Law cleared a major hurdle Wednesday, when the Minnesota House unanimously passed an... more »»

Storytellers

May 5, 2016 Marshall High School students presenting ‘The Just So Stories’ MARSHALL — A mix of comedy and fantasy and tales of animal adventures is coming to the stage this weekend at Marshall High School. more »»

Chief to businesses: Be proactive on security

May 5, 2016 MARSHALL — Local business owners gathered at the MERIT Center in Marshall on Tuesday morning for a commercial security session hosted by the Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce and led by Director of... more »»

Recital/concert

May 5, 2016 Photo by Deb Gau Samuel Lutheran students showed their musical skills Wednesday, at a combined piano recital and band concer. more »»

House passes Drake's Law

May 4, 2016 MARSHALL — Drake’s Law cleared a major hurdle Wednesday, when the Minnesota House unanimously passed an amendment-free, stand-alone version of the bill that would increase the penalty against repeat... more »»

DeSmet hired as new Lyon County recorder

May 4, 2016 MARSHALL — The Lyon County Recorder’s Office will be going through a transition of leadership at the end of the month, but more of the details are settled now. more »»

Memorial bigger than Marshall

May 4, 2016 Roughly $450K project has plenty of supporters from around SW Minnesota MARSHALL — The third and final phase of Memorial Park in downtown Marshall is getting closer to becoming a reality. more »»

Say ‘hello’ to history

May 4, 2016 MARSHALL — Carter Prins knew who Mickey Mouse was but learned about the man behind the mouse, Walt Disney, by doing a research project on Disney. more »»

School board gets update on summer school

May 3, 2016 MARSHALL — The end of the school year may be approaching, but that doesn’t mean educational programs are taking a break in the Marshall Public School District. more »»

D16 senator: Senate bonding proposal a ‘non-starter’

May 3, 2016 MARSHALL — Senate Democrats revealed a bonding bill Monday that contains more than $1.8 billion in projects, with a mix of borrowing and spending from other state funds. District 16 Sen. more »»

 
 
 

 

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