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Difference-makers

March 28, 2015 The smile of a 9-year-old Guatemalan girl being able to walk for the first time thanks to the help of an assistive device, and the joy of her father seeing her make those steps touched the Marshall... more »»

New at the library

March 28, 2015 New Materials at the Marshall-Lyon County Library Fiction • Abercrombie, Joe. Half the World (Science Fiction / Fantasy) • Bachkman, Fredrik. A Man Called Ove (Book Club) • Bergman, Megan Mayhew. more »»

A tapping tradition

March 21, 2015 It’s a good time of the year for prairie-dwelling pancake lovers. more »»

Giving some direction

March 21, 2015 MARSHALL — At a rehearsal earlier in the week, Southwest Minnesota State University sophomore Joel Gay worked with SMSU senior Alex Pikala on how Pikala’s character, John Watson, was going to... more »»

A wealth of talent

March 14, 2015 MARSHALL — Bringing its high-energy, powerful performance to anything from traditional jazz to “big production” tunes, Cornet Chop Suey will give Marshall a musical experience to remember. more »»

What’s the catch?

March 7, 2015 Give a kid a fish, and he’ll eat for a day. Teach him how to tie a fly and click drag, and you’ve got yourself a fly fisherman. more »»

Weaving their art together

March 7, 2015 Local artists Joel and Torri McKinney like to learn and teach new techniques. “It’s what makes art fun and keeps it interesting,” Torri McKinney said. more »»

The doves above

February 28, 2015 IVANHOE — No species of bird on record has colonized North America at the speed in which the Eurasian collared-dove ha. more »»

After school theater club teaches middle school students about ‘play’

February 28, 2015 MARSHALL — An after school club at the Marshall Middle School has kids learning about set construction, how to make a character in a play their own and have a lot of fun at the same tim. more »»

New neighors on the block

February 21, 2015 On a recent Monday evening, women were carrying sewing machines and other accessories into Fabrics Plus and started setting up on tables in an area that was surrounded by quilts and other fabrics. more »»

Mural, mural on the wall

February 14, 2015 Members of the public got a chance to share in the experience earlier this week, during an open house at the Marshall WCA offic. more »»

Just peachy

February 14, 2015 MARSHALL — Puppets and other special effects are being used to bring one of Roald Dahl’s well-known stories to life next week at Southwest Minnesota State University. more »»

Stories to tell

February 7, 2015 Pioneer Public Television’s “Postcards” is now in its sixth season of telling stories about the people, places and culture of western Minnesota. more »»

On a high note

January 31, 2015 TYLER — There is only one thing better than listening to students within a school singing at the top of their talent and that’s youth from many schools gathering in harmony. more »»

A call for stories

January 31, 2015 MARSHALL — A publishing company is looking for help in writing a book on the “good old days” in southwest Minnesota. more »»

New at the library

January 31, 2015 New Materials at the Marshall-Lyon County Library Note — MNLink is back. Please ask for help at the Main Desk or call 537-7003 to place a hold. Fiction • Cabot, Amanda. more »»

From the Heartland

January 24, 2015 MARSHALL — When she was growing up in California, Suzanne Cravens of Pine Island said that teachers told her she was a writer, but she did not listen. more »»

Building skills

January 24, 2015 MARSHALL Learning leadership skills was one of the important traits Marshall FFA members said about being part of the organization. more »»

The lure of the ice

January 17, 2015 RURAL WILNO — All across the cold, icy plains of southwest Minnesota, new little fish house villages continue to pop up on lakes where the fish are thought to be biting. more »»

Art in different forms

January 17, 2015 MARSHALL — John G. White of Ortonville focuses on the last 1 percent of native prairie remaining in western Minnesota with his photography. more »»

 
 
 

 

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