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City is official hotel owner; court process continues

March 17, 2016 MARSHALL — The city of Marshall is now the official owner of the vacant Marshall Hotel building on Main Street, city officials said Tuesday night. more »»

Hexum pleads guilty to two counts of 1st-degree murder

March 17, 2016 MARSHALL — The man accused of killing two people in Lyon County last year has pleaded guilty to felony charges including two counts of first degree murder. more »»

History, live and in person

March 17, 2016 HRS fifth-graders emulate historical figures in biographical museum MARSHALL — Nearly 30 important historical figures were resurrected by Holy Redeemer School fifth-graders during the 13th annual... more »»

Bill would repeal sales tax on grain bins

March 17, 2016 MARSHALL — In the wake of the Porter Elevator closing its doors and filing for bankruptcy, District 16A Rep. more »»

County: $250K for ice arena

March 16, 2016 MARSHALL — Lyon County commissioners took a step toward deciding the future of the Lockwood Motors Ice Arena on Tuesday, voting to offer the Marshall Area Hockey Association $250,000 for the building. more »»

Lynd School responding to growth

March 16, 2016 LYND?— The Lynd School Board is moving forward with an addition to its current facility in order to make room for a projected 32 percent increase in students by 2022. more »»

Cheering on the girls

March 16, 2016 Photo by David Merrill Fans cheer on the Marshall girls basketball team as it faced No. 5 seed Academy of Holy Angels Tuesday in the first round of the state tournament. more »»

‘Drake’s Law’ — making another run in St. Paul

March 15, 2016 MARSHALL — It was back to the drawing board, again, for “Drake’s Law” last week in St. Paul. more »»

A strong Irish spirit

March 14, 2016 Lucan marks 30 years of its St. Patrick’s Day community celebration LUCAN — The “luck of the Irish” continued to shine on the Irish and Irish-at-heart who organized and attended the 30th annual St. more »»

MHS speech qualifies 2 for NDSA nationals

March 14, 2016 The Marshall Tiger Speech Team competed at two tournaments over the weekend and made team history on Saturda. more »»

Duo to bring Irish mystery and music to the area

March 14, 2016 MARSHALL — When Minnesota author Erin Hart sent in the first 50 pages of her first novel “Haunted Ground” to the woman who became her agent, the agent told Hart to keep going and said “this is a... more »»

Fifth disease lingers in Mshl. schools, but as far as ailments go, there’s little to fear

March 12, 2016 MARSHALL — School officials in Marshall are dealing with Fifth disease — a contagious, yet mostly harmless ailment that affects mostly small children. more »»

As Easter approaches, ‘Crown Him’ to be performed in Tracy next week

March 12, 2016 MARSHALL — Along with bunnies and eggs, families might want to taken in another Easter activity — a full-on pageant produced by local players. more »»

Grand jury indicts Hexum on 1st degree murder charges

March 11, 2016 MARSHALL — The man accused of murdering two people in Lyon County last year will now face charges of first degree murder, court records said Thursday. more »»

State-bound!

March 11, 2016 Photo by Shannon Rathmanner The Marshall girls basketball team poses for a photo after winning the Section 2AAA championship 55-34 over Mankato East, earning a trip to the state tournament. more »»

Porter Elevator auction set for March 31

March 11, 2016 MARSHALL? — The process of liquidating the grain stored at the Porter Elevator as established in the U.S. Warehouse Act began last month. more »»

Food safety, challenges discussed at Farm Outlook

March 10, 2016 MARSHALL — Leaders from Minnesota’s corn, soybean, beef and pork commodity associations took questions Wednesday afternoon during SMSU’s 32nd annual Farm Outlook and Education Seminar. more »»

 
 
 

 

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