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Community impact

April 26, 2014 An important part of United Way of Southwest Minnesota’s work is the annual review of local not-for-profit programs that seek affiliation and grant funding from United Way. more »»

A big month on campus

April 26, 2014 As I prepare this column, it is hard to believe that the final days of the spring semester will be upon us next week and our students will begin their preparation for finals. more »»

The boomer generation

April 26, 2014 Ahh, the Boomer Generation — it’s a hot topic for those serving seniors and I am a Boomer. It was a key focus of a state conference in which I recently attende. more »»

Healthy babies top the bottom line

April 26, 2014 Hundreds of people will be marching for healthy babies May 3 at Marshall Middle Schoo. more »»

Sunny days and possibilities

April 26, 2014 Community Transit offers youth rides and a rewarding volunteer opportunity Now that spring is finally appearing, people are ready to get out and moving. more »»

Career and college readiness at MPS

April 26, 2014 A recent study published by the Center on Education and the Workforce by Georgetown University revealed that by 2018, 70% of jobs in Minnesota will require postsecondary education. more »»

Parent enrichment

March 29, 2014 United Way of Southwest Minnesota’s 7th Annual Parent Enrichment program featuring Dr. more »»

New resources for the Hispanic community

March 29, 2014 The March of Dimes is dedicated to improving the health of babies. We’re always looking for ways to reach women and families to carry out this mission. more »»

Last-minute tax filing information

March 29, 2014 With the new changes to Minnesota State tax law, Western Community Action will be holding state returns until April 3. more »»

Internships a key part of education

March 29, 2014 The onset of spring on college campuses signals that the end of the academic year is drawing near. However, for many students, spring semester is a spring board to summer internships. more »»

Celebrating at the Center

March 29, 2014 It’s spring! We are excited at the Center for we are celebrating our 600th member that just joined. This is very exciting, as we now serve over 30 percent of the population in Marshall 55 and olde. more »»

What’s in a grade?

March 29, 2014 The mission of Marshall Public Schools is “to develop the potential of each learner for success in a changing worl. more »»

Facts about the United Way

January 25, 2014 United Way of Southwest Minnesota is an autonomous, local organization working to create lasting changes in people’s lives and the communities in Lincoln, Lyon, Murray, Yellow Medicine and western... more »»

Addressing the workforce needs

January 25, 2014 The topic of developing and retaining a sustainable workforce has been a challenging discussion for the past several year. more »»

Surgeon General report: smoking while pregnant

January 25, 2014 The new year calls for a fresh start, a time to try something new, kick start a healthy lifestyle or stop a bad habi. more »»

Green and growing — the MPS demographics study

January 25, 2014 Recently, Marshall Public Schools had a demographics study completed. more »»

Who makes up the ACC?

January 25, 2014 It’s that time of year when member crunching and membership stats become the curiosity of all. So it’s fun to share our stats belo. more »»

Bowl-a-Thon coming soon

January 25, 2014 The Big Buddies Bowl-A-Thon is coming up Saturday, April 5, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Marshall Bow. more »»

Thanksgiving message

December 1, 2013 On behalf of the United Way team and 24-member board of directors, we extend wishes of a warm and happy Thanksgiving. more »»

Undergraduate Research Conference coming up

December 1, 2013 This week marks an exciting week on campus as we prepare to host our 8th annual Undergraduate Research Conference. more »»



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