Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Contact Us | Home RSS
YMC Board refuses to endorse website resolution

February 12, 2014 GRANITE?FALLS?— The Yellow Medicine County Board passed a resolution Tuesday denying the county’s endorsement of proposed legislation allowing counties to publish certain public notices on their... more »»

Author with a message

February 12, 2014 Photo by Deb Gau It only takes a minute to make a difference in a person’s life, Jonathan Friesen said. Sometimes a simple “hello” is all it takes to make someone feel noticed and accepted. more »»

GOP hopeful goes on offensive with Seifert as target

February 11, 2014 MARSHALL — The race for the Republican gubernatorial nomination runs six lanes wide, but if you ask the Dave Thompson campaign, two favorites have already emerged. more »»

Examples of excellence

February 11, 2014 MARSHALL — Marshall High School juniors Sara Antony and Sam Marshall have their schedules packed full of activities, but they don’t mind. more »»

MHS Snow Week

February 11, 2014 Photo by Deb Gau Students at Marshall High School crowned Snow Week royalty on Monday night. This year’s Snow Week queen and king are Michelle Deutz and Ryan Schultz. more »»

A Silhouette sweep

February 10, 2014 MONTEVIDEO — It was shaping up to be a tough section tournament for the Yellow Medicine East Silhouette Dance Team. Dancers said Saturday they weren’t really sure how well they would d. more »»

Group to move on to building study of city hall

February 8, 2014 MARSHALL — Now that they have a better idea of the problems with Marshall’s city hall, members of a building task force agreed Friday it was time to find out what it might cost to solve them. more »»

A triple feat

February 8, 2014 MARSHALL — Each year, the Minnesota State High School League recognizes exceptional high school seniors, those who have excelled in academics, arts and athletics throughout their high school career. more »»

Minneota chief takes new job in Cold Spring

February 8, 2014 Minneota Police Chief Eric Johnson is leaving the community he’s served for 17 years. Johnson has accepted a position as chief of police in Cold Sprin. more »»

Minimum wage — how high will it go in Minnesota?

February 7, 2014 MARSHALL — After failing to get out of conference a year ago, the minimum wage debate will likely rise again at the state Capitol during the 2014 session, and this year, supporters of an increase to... more »»

Ivanhoe School Board to appeal decision

February 7, 2014 The Ivanhoe School Board is appealing the decision of an independent arbitrator awarding the Hendricks School District $1.2 million in damages for breach of the Interdistrict Cooperation Agreement. more »»

Seifert humbled by caucus victory

February 6, 2014 MARSHALL — Outside of the political spectrum, Tuesday night was just another frigid February night. more »»

Heading to nationals

February 6, 2014 MARSHALL — A team of four culinology students and an alternate from Southwest Minnesota State University will travel to Portland, Or. more »»

Lyon County Board talks capital projects planning

February 5, 2014 MARSHALL — A strategic planning session for Lyon County capital improvement projects made up the majority of discussion for Lyon County Commissioners on Tuesda. more »»

Seifert leads Marshall straw poll after GOP caucuses

February 5, 2014 MARSHALL — The Marty Seifert campaign buttons and brochures spread out on tables at the site of local Republican precinct caucuses in Marshal. more »»

Lyon County DFLers meet to elect delegates, draft resolutions

February 5, 2014 MARSHALL — About 40 members of the Lyon County Democratic Farmer-Labor Party met at St. more »»

Lincoln County Board endorses e-notices

February 5, 2014 IVANHOE — The Lincoln County Board on Tuesday passed a resolution of support 4-1 endorsing a legislation that would allow counties to publish public notices on county websites. more »»

School board learns how tech grant benefits MMS science classroom

February 4, 2014 MARSHALL — Marshall School Board members had the opportunity to practice dissecting frogs at the work session meeting Monda. more »»

Man dies in grain bin incident in YMC

February 4, 2014 A 77-year-old man died Monday after apparently becoming buried in a grain bin in rural Clarkfield in Yellow Medicine County. more »»

Harping on the prairie

February 4, 2014 MARSHALL The harp is one of the oldest instruments known. The Psalms of King David were composed for harp, and harps have been found in ancient tombs in Mesopotamia. more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web