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Crime for May 23

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MARSHALL — A mailbox was damaged in a damage to property incident reported at 8:46 a.m. Sunday on the 3000 block of Lyon County Road 5, the Lyon County Sheriff’s Department said. GHENT — A vehicle was broken into in an incident reported at 10:25 a.m. Sunday on the 200 block of Chapman ...

Anglers struggle with rain, cold during walleye tourney

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LAKE SHETEK — If you tried striking up a conversation with the people in line to have their catches weighed, you’d get a pretty strong consensus of what conditions were like out on Lake Shetek on Saturday. The key words were “cold” and “wet.” “It was a grind,” said Tanner ...

Dancing into spring

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Ballet met pop music Sunday afternoon, as students at the Marshall Academy of Dance performed a pointe routine to ‘Fight Song’ during their spring recital. Dancers performed in a wide range of styles, from jazz and tap to hip-hop, and even tumbling.

A splash of color while running

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Getting messy was all part of the fun for kids and families taking part in the Relay For Life color run/walk at Holy Redeemer School. As they passed waypoints on the run, participants were covered with handfuls of brightly-colored powder. The longer you ran, the more colorful your clothes got. ...

BH Electronics gearing up for June 13 celebration

Business

MARSHALL — For companies that need high-quality electronic components, BH Electronics has been the go-to company since 1967. Richard Jackson, BH Electronics president and CEO of Plymouth, who works out of the Burnsville office, visited Marshall last week, one of his regular monthly meetings ...

Corey J. Skogrand achieves Circle of Success recognition

Business

Corey J. Skogrand, CFP, ChFC, CLU a private wealth adviser with Van der Hagen, Skogrand & Associates private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. in Marshall, has qualified for the company’s Circle of Success annual recognition program and will be honored for ...

Andrew Suby State Farm welcomes two to team

Business

Andrew Suby State Farm welcomes Jolynn Lemburg to its team. Lemburg and her husband live out by Camden Park and have two granddaughters. She is looking forward to serving Marshall and the surrounding communities with their insurance needs. Tyler Bauer grew up in Balaton. He is a member of the ...

Crime/Accidents

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MARSHALL — An adult female was arrested for third degree DWI - refusal to take a chemical test in an incident reported at 12:09 a.m. Sunday at the intersection of South 5th Street and West Saratoga Street, Marshall Police said. MARSHALL — A report was sent to the city attorney for ...

Runners show support for law enforcement

Local News

MARSHALL — A crowd of people braved a chilly, drizzly morning to show their support for local law enforcement on Saturday. The Officers Down 5K run/walk was held at Independence Park in Marshall. “We had a pretty good turnout, and the rain let up just enough during the run,” said ...

Minnesota looking for new ways to replace old voting equipment

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MARSHALL — It’s not an election year, but elections were still an important topic for Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon as he came through southwest Minnesota on Friday. In particular, Simon said, many Minnesota counties and cities are trying to find ways to update their election ...

Seeing spirits

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REDWOOD FALLS — Most of the spirits Adrian Lee has met are good, not evil. But he said a disgruntled old man in life will be a disgruntled old man in the spirit realm. Lee, an author from Windom, is a psychic and founder of the International Paranormal Society. He claims to have seen ...

Crime and Accidents for May 20

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TRACY — An incident reported at 11:02 a.m. Thursday on the 1800 block of U.S. Highway 59 is under investigation, the Lyon County Sheriff’s Department said. RUSSELL — An incident reported at 11:06 a.m. Thursday on the 300 block of Hill Street is under investigation, the Lyon County ...

A precious gift

Features

MARSHALL Danette Stoks of Marshall has sewn 31 baby quilts for grand-nieces and grand-nephews over the past 14 years. “I’ve been quilting since elementary school,” Stoks said. “I wanted to do something special for my nieces and nephews as they had babies.” Stoks said it was ...

HRS to have Relay for Life color run/walk Sunday

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MARSHALL — Staff and students at Holy Redeemer School have found a colorful way to raise money for its Relay for Life team. The school’s Relay for Life team is sponsoring a color run/walk at 4 p.m. Sunday at HRS. Registration begins at 3:30 p.m. HRS music teacher Anna Lenz said the ...

Wind farms to light up region

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LINCOLN COUNTY — Senior Project Developer Shanelle Montana with EDF Renewable Energy of Minneapolis has been making regular reports to the Lincoln County Board regarding the Red Pine Wind Energy Project that will soon be under construction. Red Pine Wind Project LLC is a subsidiary of EDF ...

Marshall school official surprised with award

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MARSHALL — A Marshall Public School official’s dedication to his job has drawn statewide recognition. Bruce Lamprecht, who has led the business team in the district for 23 years, was recently named the Minnesota Association of School Business Official of the Year. “When it comes to ...

A love for the Lord and children

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MARSHALL — After a long and satisfying career in education — including the last 13 years teaching pre-K at Samuel Lutheran School — Lois Zander is retiring. A retirement open house honoring Zander is scheduled from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday at the school, with a program starting at 3 ...

Marshall doctor draws attention to lupus symptoms

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MARSHALL — There are 1.5 million Americans who suffer from lupus, and 5 million worldwide, yet only a small percentage of people actually know anything about the chronic disease. The most common type of lupus is systemic lupus erythematosus (S.L.E). It can cause inflammation almost ...