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Editor's column: Bells, whistles and a sheet of ice

The regional amateur sports center will be nice whether or not it gets bonding money this year. But $4M would go a long way in drawing people here.

January 18, 2014

Lou Nanne is on the committee charged with raising money for athletic facilities at the University of Minnesota....

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Feb-02-14 9:55 AM

Those 2 sheets of ice will not be enough to keep a very talented homegrown hockey player in Marshall, when one comes along. It won't be enough to lure top players to Marshall either, not as long as Marshall is class A team. The talented player who grows up in Marshall will leave to play Junior A hockey in the U.S.H.L. or will be lured into the private hockey powerhouse schools in the cities that play in AA, especially if they want to try and reach the highest level possible. Here is the solution...Marshall must bring a Junior A franchise to town asap if there will b 2 sheets of ice. If Brookings can support junior hockey, Marshall can as well. I for one would love this.

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