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You can take the kid off the farm, but …

September 20, 2014 Talk to Thomas Sandt for any length of time, and you’ll come to understand that his passion is farming. more »»

On the porch

September 20, 2014 The grasshopper plague in the mid-1870s brought a stop to advancement for Saratoga or Coburg, as the village was more commonly called. more »»

E-sports: greater stakes

September 20, 2014 Have you ever dreamed about getting paid to play video games or having a daily routine that includes an eight-hour shift on the PC, logging hours into Counterstrike or Call of Duty? For a select few... more »»

Early autumn is great galaxy gazing time

September 20, 2014 Summer 2014 is almost history. I hope you had a great summer and took time to have fun, both under the stars and under the sun. Monday night at 9:29 p.m. more »»

Your health Falling into cold and flu season prepared

September 20, 2014 Fall is a beautiful time of year when the air turns crisp, the leaves begin to change, and football season is upon us. more »»

What’s ahead after ‘quantitative easing’

September 20, 2014 The financial headlines tell us that the nation’s central bank, the Federal Reserve (the Fed), is winding down its “quantitative easing” program. more »»

New at the library

September 20, 2014 New Materials at the Marshall-Lyon County Library Fiction • Airth, Rennie. The Reckoning: A John Madden Novel • Coel, Margaret. Night of the White Buffalo • Cussler, Clive and Russell Blake. more »»

Military notes

September 20, 2014 Learing celebrates 20 years in Air Force Mst. Sgt. Micah R. Learing celebrated his 20 year anniversary in the United States Air Force Sept. 13. more »»

Marshall Community Services

September 19, 2014 For registration information, call Marshall Community Services at 537-6767 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday or visit www.marshallmn.co. more »»

Ask a trooper

September 19, 2014 Question: How long does a person have to change their driver’s license address? Answer: It depends on the circumstance. I will name off some situations. more »»

In recognition

September 18, 2014 The Southwest Minnesota State University Athletics Department had its ninth annual “Mustang Shootout,” presented by Marshall Radio, on Sept. 6, at Shooter’s Sporting Clays east of Marshall. more »»

Onions do more than make you cry

September 17, 2014 When preparing a meal, I often reach for an onion — to add both flavor and texture. Some onions are mild while others are more potent and bound to bring tears; but so worth it. more »»

Silage time

September 17, 2014 It’s that time of year when a peculiar noise echoes eerily across the countryside. And no, I’m not talking about politicians giving their stump speeches. more »»

Please listen to me

September 17, 2014 How many times? How many times have you heard that phrase directed toward you: “Listen to me. more »»

It’s salsa time

September 17, 2014 If you have a garden and planted tomatoes, they are definitely now in season! It takes awhile for tomatoes to get going but once they are producing, it seems that they are bountiful! They taste so... more »»

What’s smarter — paying off debts or investing?

September 17, 2014 It probably doesn’t happen as much as you’d like, but from time to time, you have some extra disposable income. more »»

Backpack Awareness Day

September 17, 2014 Think the books and school supplies that your child is carrying in a backpack slung haphazardly across one shoulder are harmless? Think again. more »»

Frie enjoying her new job as principal at Lincoln Elementary

September 16, 2014 Iowa native Courtney Frie was recently hired as the new principal at Lincoln Elementary in Ivanhoe. Working with children and imparting a good education are very important and enjoyable to her. more »»

C.H. Whitney, founder of Marshall

September 15, 2014 Part II: This is the second in a series of columns about the Yankee families that settled Marshall in the late 1600s and the early 1700s. more »»

Someday is closer than you think

September 15, 2014 District manager For many people, Someday is an elusive day on the far-off horizon — always close enough to see but too distant to touch. Perhaps Someday you plan to go skydiving. more »»

 
 
 

 

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