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Street/utility projects

March 1, 2016 Public informational meetings about several upcoming street and utility projects in Marshall will be Thursday. more »»

Winter concert

March 1, 2016 more »»

Nationals-bound

February 29, 2016 SMSU culinology team to compete at Research Chefs Association Student Culinology Competition MARSHALL — On Friday afternoon, four Southwest Minnesota State University culinology students gathered... more »»

Taking the leap

February 29, 2016 Area residents to celebrate Leap Year Day birthdays MARSHALL — Balaton native Wally Runia is celebrating his 22nd birthday toda. more »»

Marshall speech team places 6th at Chaska tournament

February 29, 2016 The Marshall Tiger Speech Team competed at the Chaska Speech Tournament on Saturday placing 6th out of 20 teams. Woodbury placed first, followed by East Ridge and Eden Prairie. more »»

It’s going to be ‘Super’

February 27, 2016 Republicans and Democrats don’t agree on much, but representatives of both sides agree on the importance of days like Tuesday, March 1. more »»

State budget surplus drops to $900 million

February 27, 2016 MARSHALL — If the gloves weren’t already off in fight for the state’s budget surplus money, they are no. more »»

OSHA investigation has begun site of construction accident

February 27, 2016 MARSHALL — An investigation by the Minnesota Occupational Safety and Health Administration into the cause of a serious injury at the Lyon County Courthouse construction site has begun in Marshal. more »»

Ole and Lena to visit Wood Lake this weekend (no joke)

February 27, 2016 Ole was on an airplane trip. His seat partner was a gorgeous woman who made Ole’s heart skip a beat. “Where are you going?” asked the woman. “Minneapolis,” answered Ole. “Same here,” said the gal. more »»

MPCA seeks input on Clean Power Plan

February 26, 2016 MARSHALL — Representatives from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency hosted a listening session Wednesday at Southwest Minnesota State University concerning the Environmental Protection Agency’s... more »»

Chili cook-off at CRC

February 26, 2016 Photo by Anna Haecherl Julia Fink served up samples during the 3rd annual Chili Cook-Off Thursday at the Campus Religious Center at Southwest Minnesota State University. more »»

MMS concert

February 26, 2016 Photo by Deb Gau Percussionists with the Marshall Middle School seventh-grade band played their parts in “Fanfare For the Third Planet,” at MMS’ winter band concert on Thursday night. more »»

Clarinet trio

February 26, 2016 Photo by Jenny Kirk Under the guidance of music teacher Anna Lenz and band teacher Allen Chace, students at Holy Redeemer School gave various vocal and band performances at the annual Kaleidoscope... more »»

Residents speak out at Highway 23 meeting

February 25, 2016 MARSHALL — They asked area residents for feedback, and they got it. more »»

Back to the ’50s

February 25, 2016 MACS students go back in time for this year’s annual dinner theater MARSHALL — It was back to the ’50s for Marshall Area Christian School Wednesday afternoon as geeks and greasers illustrated the... more »»

Council accepts Martig’s resignation

February 24, 2016 MARSHALL — The Marshall City Council has accepted the resignation of City Administrator Ben Martig, and on Tuesday evening, council members took the first steps toward beginning a search for a new... more »»

Courthouse accident

February 24, 2016 Construction worker severely injured after wall falls MARSHALL — Four city blocks and the intersection of West Main Street and 6th Street in downtown Marshall were shut down by law enforcement... more »»

Clean energy listening session is today at SMSU

February 24, 2016 The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is hosting a community listening session concerning the federal Clean Power Plan at 5:30 p.. more »»

Minnesota graduation rates trend upward

February 23, 2016 MARSHALL — The Minnesota Department of Education released a report Monday showing that the state’s graduation rate increased from 81.2 percent in 2014 to 8. more »»

 
 
 

 

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