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Little to fear from these wasps

August 4, 2016 There are a lot of them and they look pretty mean, but this version rarely stings humans MARSHALL — There has been a growing population of wasps harboring in Marshall lately. more »»

A Little Night Music

August 4, 2016 Photo by Karin Elton Marshall High School class of 2014 graduate Matt Christianson sang Wednesday evening at the Liberty Park Band Shell. more »»

Candidates have their say on ag issues at Farmfest

August 3, 2016 Farmfest forum showcases contenders, incumbents for congressional districts GILFILLAN?ESTATE — Leaders from various farm organizations and publications were on hand to introduce topics and question... more »»

Safety, community, fun at National Night Out

August 3, 2016 MARSHALL — With booths and demonstrations everywhere, there was plenty to learn — but that was far from the only draw to Marshall’s National Night Out event on Tuesday. more »»

County board takes look at buffer strip inventory

August 3, 2016 MARSHALL — The deadlines to implement buffer strips along area drainage ditches may still be a way off, but Lyon County has been working to get a jump-start on the project. more »»

SWWC Cooperative discusses RTR E-Rate issue with RTR School Board

August 3, 2016 TYLER —?The Russell-Tyler-Ruthton Public School Board met Monday evening for a work night that included hearing reports from SWWC Service Cooperative representatives regarding its services and a sel... more »»

He has good taste

August 2, 2016 MARSHALL — After spending 20 years in the food business, Chef Jet Tila knows a thing or two about what people are cooking now and how they’ll be cooking in the near future. more »»

‘A good ride for a good cause’

August 1, 2016 The annual Toys for Tots Fun Run continues to be a draw for area bikers AMIRET — Motorcycles lined the streets in Amiret near the Roaring Lyons clubhouse on Saturday morning as bikers gathered for... more »»

Music on the move

July 30, 2016 Two Marshall youth took their musical talents abroad this summer MARSHALL — Two students who are active in the Marshall High School’s music department honed their talents and performed for people... more »»

Ready for the ring

July 30, 2016 Lincoln County 4-H’ers work hard to get their animals prepped for the fair TYLER — They’re in the show ring for only a few minutes, but it takes a lot of work just to get there. more »»

MHS athletes reflect on games

July 30, 2016 MARSHALL — Wyatt Martin and Jefferson Lee recently returned from their trips to Australia where they had the opportunity to compete in the DownUnder Games. “It was a lot of fun,” said Lee. more »»

ELECTION 2016 / primary election: Things to know

July 30, 2016 Polls for the Aug. 9 primary election will be open from 7 a.m. or 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. more »»

Statewide, no significant improvement in student math, reading tests

July 29, 2016 MARSHALL — The Minnesota Department of Education recently released results from the 2016 Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments in reading, mathematics and science. more »»

A special day at DQ

July 29, 2016 Photo by Natalie Rademacher Thursday was Miracle Treat Day at Dairy Queen. For every Blizzard sold, $1 was donated to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. more »»

No need for an imagination: Heemeyer meets Dolly Parton

July 29, 2016 MARSHALL — Entertainer Dolly Parton came through for area fans last Friday, in all her sparkly glory, at a concert in Sioux Falls, S.D. “She was fantastic,” said Marcy Heemeyer. more »»

Don’t judge a musical by its cover

July 29, 2016 ‘Urinetown’ playing at Lake Benton Opera House LAKE BENTON — The current show at the Lake Benton Opera House may have a terrible title, but it is a “funny show with great songs and a great message... more »»

Pride in the Tiger has new leader

July 29, 2016 MARSHALL — The Pride in the Tiger Foundation on Thursday named a new executive director. more »»

North Ambulance helps keep the Marshall community heart safe

July 29, 2016 MARSHALL?— Keeping one’s community safe is of high priority to everyone, especially for those involved in the health care occupations. more »»

MN impaired waters list grows by 318 lakes & rivers

July 28, 2016 MARSHALL — Lakes and rivers in southwest Minnesota are among those being added to the state’s list of polluted waters, according to information released by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency... more »»

SMO in concert

July 28, 2016 Photo by Deb Gau Members of the Southwest Minnesota Orchestra were joined by young musicians from South Dakota and Minnesota for an outdoor concert Wednesday night at Liberty Park. more »»

 
 
 

 

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