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Trading up

March 7, 2016 MARSHALL — It looked like a simple package, wrapped in cloth and tied up with strong twine. But appearances can be deceiving, as three area boys found out when they tried to lift it on Saturday. more »»

Editor's column: Are we sure both teams can’t go to state?

March 7, 2016 Two days after “The Game,” Marshall and Waseca basketball players shared the court one last time. more »»

MHS speech team tops field at Shakopee

March 7, 2016 The Marshall Tiger Speech Team scored more team points, 104, than any other team at the Shakopee Speech Tournament on Saturday and brought home the first place team sweepstakes trophy. more »»

Feeling at home

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Water, water everywhere …

March 5, 2016 LSP, CURE call for 20 percent more cover crops by 2020 at water summit MARSHALL — Last Saturday, 800 Minnesotans attended the Governor’s Water Summit in St. Paul. more »»

His best shot

March 5, 2016 Buzzer-beating future Mustang relishes his big basket that helped sink the Tigers on Thursday and looks forward to donning the brown and gold MARSHALL — The shots heard ’round the world Thursday... more »»

JFK does well

March 5, 2016 Submitted photos The Marshall Just for Kix program competed at the Eastview Together We Dance competition on Feb. 2. more »»

City meeting previews summer street construction

March 4, 2016 MARSHALL — Some Marshall residents got a preview of city construction projects coming to their neighborhoods this summer, at a public meeting held Thursday night. more »»

Fire at city maintenance building

March 4, 2016 Photo by Per Peterson Debris and flames shoot out from the city of Marshall Public Works Maintenance Building as Marshall firefighters battled a blaze Thursday that started after sparks from a... more »»

GOLD College Kickoff March 16

March 4, 2016 MARSHALL — Laughter yoga, pirates and secret places in southwest Minnesota are just a few of the interesting offerings that are in store this spring for lifelong learners at GOLD College. more »»

Caucus-crazy in Marshall

March 3, 2016 Huge local turnout makes for a memorable Super Tuesday night MARSHALL — Lines that stretched out the doors. Tight parking. Standing-room only. Sounds more like a big concert than caucus nigh. more »»

Fire at city maintenance building

March 3, 2016 Debris and flames shoot out from the city of Marshall Public Works Maintenance Building as Marshall firefighters battled a blaze Thursday that started after sparks from a grinder reached insulation... more »»

An arena takes shape

March 3, 2016 MARSHALL — Construction on Red Baron Arena and Expo is getting closer to completion — close enough that there will be ice in the hockey arenas by the end of the month, Marshall city staff said... more »»

A day at SMSU

March 3, 2016 Photo by Karin Elton Canby Elementary fourth-graders Jaxsen Hauschild and Brodryck Gravdal do word search puzzles while listening to a Cat in the Hat (University of Minnesota Morris English educatio... more »»

Super turnout for Republicans, Democrats in Marshall

March 2, 2016 GOP (By Anna Haecherl) MARSHALL — Hundreds of people turned out for the Republican caucus in Marshall on Tuesday nigh. more »»

Lyon County Board updated on worksite accident

March 2, 2016 MARSHALL — Lyon County commissioners received an update on the response to a construction accident last week, at the site of a new county government center addition. more »»

Tracy DQ owners: Chill, we’ll still grill

March 1, 2016 TRACY — Rumor has it the Dairy Queen Grill & Chill in Tracy is closing. Rumor is wrong. more »»

State auditor releases 2014 county financial report

March 1, 2016 MARSHALL — Lyon County’s financial information for 2014 is among the data presented in a new report from the office of the Minnesota State Auditor. more »»

When it comes to the arts, it’s never too late

March 1, 2016 “If I’d known I was going to live this long, I’d have taken better care of myself,” Eubie Blake, jazz musician MARSHALL — Incorporating the arts into our daily life reduces the development of... more »»



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