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Honoring America’s veterans

November 11, 2014 Prairie Home Hospice and Community Care is very proud of our efforts to serve those who served our country. Many Americans do not realize that 1 in 4 deaths in the United States today are veterans. more »»

National School Psychology Awareness Week

November 11, 2014 The National Association of School Psychologists has designated Nov. 10-14, as National School Psychology Awareness Week. This year’s theme, “Strive. Grow. more »»

In recognition

November 11, 2014 On behalf of the Title 1 students, teachers and staff of Holy Redeemer School, I am extending a heartfelt thank you to the Pride in the Tiger Foundation for its support and monetary award to the Til... more »»

The first Mike’s Café

November 10, 2014 Part IV: What was the price of food on the menu? “Coffee was 5 cents, which included refills. One egg and toast was 25 cents — two eggs and bacon was 35 cents. more »»

Serving veterans on Veterans Day and always

November 10, 2014 District manager Every day — but particularly on Veterans Day — Social Security salutes those who have put their lives on the line for our freedom. more »»

Putting it into words

November 8, 2014 There are certain people out there who can relate to the healing power of putting pen to paper. more »»

Farewell, Tom Magliozzi

November 8, 2014 Before 2008 I never really listened to public radio. more »»

Actions and precautions when heating your home

November 8, 2014 In past years Marshall Municipal Utilities has presented seminars which included discussions about the importance of current knowledge concerning our usage and consumption of energy in our lives. more »»

On the Porch

November 8, 2014 W. Dale Reishus and Donna Mae Larson were high school sweethearts from Cottonwood. When they graduated from high school in 1942, war was going on in Europe and in the Pacific. more »»

Marshall Community Services

November 7, 2014 For registration information, call Marshall Community Services at 537-6767 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday or visit more »»

Ask a trooper

November 7, 2014 Question: How bad is winter compared to summer when it comes to crashes? Is it as bad as we think it is or what? It seems like we have a lot more crashes when the snow flies. more »»

In Recognition

November 6, 2014 Each third-grade student at West Side Elementary received a new dictionary from the Marshall Rotar. more »»

Keep the peanuts, lose the butter

November 5, 2014 November is Peanut Butter Month and what a great time to try a different take on traditional peanut butter. Powdered peanut butter is all the rage right now. more »»

A nod to the past with an eye to the future

November 5, 2014 If I asked you what you know about your ancestors, what would you say? Maybe you would reply that your long ago relatives came from whatever country and her/his name was whatever it wa. more »»

MLCL: Looking ahead

November 5, 2014 Acouple of good things happened in the last few day. more »»

A murder mystery

November 5, 2014 It isn’t often that we are asked to witness a murder, so my wife and I felt impelled to accept the invitation. We were told to go to a supper club located in the tiny town of Lake Benton. more »»

Ask a trooper

November 4, 2014 Question: Is there an age requirement for a driver of a farm tractor? Do they need to be age 15 and have a farm permit? It is the busy fall harvest season, and a person sees lots of farm implements... more »»

The first Mike’s Café

November 3, 2014 Part III: Marilyn, (sister to Mike) did your mother every work at the café? “No, she taught in rural schools by Tyle. more »»

You can help as a representative payee

November 3, 2014 District manager November is Family Caregiver’s Month, a time to thank and acknowledge all of the people who take care of those in need. more »»

Building permits

November 3, 2014 The following building permits previously approved by the Marshall building official were confirmed at the Oct. 28 Marshall City Council meeting: David and Rose Soupir, 804 Oak St. more »»



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