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Construction worker severely injured after wall falls at courthouse

February 23, 2016 MARSHALL — Four city blocks and the intersection of West Main Street and 6th Street in downtown Marshall were shut down by law enforcement Tuesday afternoon after a construction accident at the Lyon... more »»

Public can chime in on 23 this week

February 23, 2016 MARSHALL — The maze of orange-and-white barrels on Minnesota Highway 23 is now history, but memories of two 2015 fatal crashes at the Saratoga intersection still haunt Marshall residents. more »»

Heinrich pleads not guilty to federal child porn charges

February 23, 2016 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A man who authorities have called a person of interest in the 1989 abduction of a central Minnesota boy pleaded not guilty Monday to unrelated federal child pornography charges. more »»

Hunt takes some heat but goes on

February 22, 2016 MARSHALL — Despite challenges — from the weather and from the court of public opinion — there was a good turnout this weekend for the 2nd Annual “Save the Birds” Coyote Hunting Tournament in the... more »»

MHS speech team tackles 2 tournaments

February 22, 2016 The Marshall Tiger speech team split and traveled to two tournaments on Saturday. Varsity and JV competitors attended the Eastview tournament, one of the largest in the Midwest. more »»

On the road with the Knight and the Dragon

February 20, 2016 SMSU theater department presenting ‘The Near-Sighted Knight and the Far-Sighted Dragon’ to area schools MARSHALL — Next week, Southwest Minnesota State University students will perform a children’... more »»

A way to gain ag experience

February 20, 2016 High school FFA members from around the region compete at annual Ag Bowl MARSHALL — Hundreds of high school students sporting blue corduroy jackets were on the Southwest Minnesota State University... more »»

On a path to success

February 19, 2016 Proud MA-TEC students shared their stories this week Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-part series touching on education issues as legislators visited Marshall on Tuesday and Wednesday. more »»

Break out the flip-flops (just don’t put away the boots yet)

February 19, 2016 Area temperatures expected to climb past 50 degrees today MARSHALL — Few will argue that it’s been a long winter. more »»

Lawmakers talk education in Marshall

February 18, 2016 Editor’s note: This is the first of a two-part series touching on with education issues as legislators visited Marshall on Tuesday and Wednesday. more »»

Snow Week candidates

February 18, 2016 Photo by Jenny Kirk Pictured are the 2015-16 Marshall High School Snow Week candidates. Front row, from left: Shania Deutz, Marissa Condon, Natalie Rademacher, Meg Ellis and Grace Bolin. more »»

Como pleads guilty

February 17, 2016 Man who was part of trio involved in Hively murders gets consecutive prison terms, must testify against other suspects MARSHALL — The second of three men charged in connection with the murder of a... more »»

County board OKs Amiret-Tyler power line

February 17, 2016 MARSHALL — Lyon County commissioners gave their approval Tuesday for an electric line running between Amiret and Tyler to be updated and moved closer to county roads. more »»

Gathering for the finalé

February 17, 2016 Photo by Anna Haecherl Hockey players of all ages gathered on the ice before the last game at Lockwood’s Ice Arena Tuesday night, which was the Marshall boys against Morris/Benson Area. more »»

MPS to have special election May 10

February 17, 2016 MARSHALL — The Marshall Public School Board’s approval of a Resolution Relating to the Issuance of School Building Bonds and Calling an Election set the table for a special election ballot that will... more »»

Hometown hero

February 17, 2016 Photo by Deb Gau Members of the Modern Woodmen of America surprised Bob Van Leeuwe on Tuesday with the organization’s Hometown Hero Award. more »»

Northfield City Council approves Martig hiring

February 17, 2016 MARSHALL — The Northfield City Council unanimously approved the hiring of current Marshall City Administrator Ben Martig at its meeting Tuesday night. more »»

SERIES: Bucking a trend

February 16, 2016 Editor’s Note: This is the third in a periodic series on rural grocery stores, in light of a recent report that said Greater Minnesota lost 14 percent of its grocery stores between 2000-2013. more »»

Como pleads guilty

February 16, 2016 MARSHALL — The second of three men charged in connection with the murder of a Lyon County couple last spring has pleaded guilty. more »»

 
 
 

 

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