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Being named to FFA office a ‘dream come true’ for Lakeview senior

May 14, 2016 Lakeview High School senior Clay Newton won’t be just any freshman walking around campus at South Dakota State University in Brookings, S.D., this fall. more »»

Local officials hear update on Highway 23 study

May 13, 2016 MARSHALL — While the final recommendations of a study being conducted on the Minnesota Highway 23 corridor in Marshall are still a ways off, consultants said Wednesday there are some early... more »»

City interviews MCS director candidates

May 13, 2016 Selection committee to offer position to Carrier MARSHALL — The search for a new director for Marshall Community Services took another step forward on Thursday, as a selection committee interviewed... more »»

fishing outlook is good, experts say

May 13, 2016 MARSHALL — Minnesota’s 2016 fishing season officially kicks off Saturday with walleye, northern pike and stream trout seasons opening on lakes across the state. more »»

Class in session for AIS violators

May 13, 2016 ‘Clean In Clean Out’ training will be mandatory for anyone caught breaking state’s aquatic invasive species laws MARSHALL — Note to anyone who violates Minnesota’s aquatic invasive species laws... more »»

Concert and market series to start Saturday in Granite Falls

May 13, 2016 This summer, the Granite Falls Chamber of Commerce, along with other nonprofit organizations, is bringing a series of monthly outdoor free concerts and markets to the downtown area. more »»

Drake’s Law sails through Senate

May 12, 2016 MARSHALL — A week after the Minnesota House unanimously passed Drake’s Law, the Senate has followed sui. more »»

No injuries reported after explosion, fire at Clarkfield Elevator

May 12, 2016 CLARKFIELD — An explosion and fire was reported Wednesday morning at the Clarkfield Elevator, the Yellow Medicine County Sheriff’s Department said. Around 8:07 a.m. more »»

Science made fun

May 12, 2016 Area students learn about various aspects of science and nature during annual SWWC conference at SMSU MARSHALL — Area kindergartners through eighth-graders learned about birds, bees, robots and... more »»

Little Cubs graduation

May 12, 2016 Photo by Karin Elton Noe Torres Jr. and Mylie Shatto were among the 18 Little Cubs preschoolers who participated in a graduation ceremony Wednesday morning at Park Side Elementary. more »»

Marshall High School scholarships

May 12, 2016 D.C. PAT MCFARLAND JR Aaron Owen LORRAINE ERICKSON Abby Louwagie SCHWAN FOOD COMPANY Abby Louwagie WEINER ENDOWED Abdirzak Mohamed D.C. more »»

School referendum voted down

May 11, 2016 MARSHALL — With an eye toward a future that includes a projected growth in enrollment, Marshall Public School officials proactively set out in 2013 in search of an answer to address potential space... more »»

Drake's Law sails through Senate

May 11, 2016 MARSHALL — A week after the Minnesota House unanimously passed Drake’s Law, the Senate has followed sui. more »»

Simply exceptional

May 11, 2016 MARSHALL — There were just three awards given out, but there are many exceptional women in our region, said organizers of the 2016 Exceptional Women of Southwest Minnesota banquet. more »»

Search process under way for new Lakeview principal

May 11, 2016 COTTONWOOD — Interviews for a new principal at Lakeview School will be starting this month, Lakeview Superintendent Chris Fenske said Tuesday. more »»

Minnesota House passes bill to protect against abusive lawsuits

May 11, 2016 MARSHALL — A reform bill created in response to disability lawsuits filed around Minnesota has been passed by the state House of Representatives. more »»

Former Fagen CFO faces up to 8 years for theft

May 11, 2016 Kirsten Tjosaas, 38, of Granite falls is facing up to eight years in prison for embezzling $5.7 million from her former employer, Fagen Inc. of Granite Falls, the West Central Tribune said. more »»

City updates charter on clerk, finance positions

May 10, 2016 MARSHALL — Some changes to the structure of Marshall’s municipal staff were formalized Monday night, after the Marshall City Council’s regular meeting. more »»

 
 
 

 

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