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Twisted

June 22, 2013 Rope is one of mankind’s oldest tools. Though it does not preserve as well as stone and bone tools, evidence of rope use has been found dating back at least 15,000 years. more »»

A ‘Marsco’ world

June 22, 2013 MARSHALL — For several years, Southwest Minnesota State University English professor James Zarzana has been hard at work creating a new world — a world “where science has been co-opted to support a... more »»

New Canby Arts Council to kick off music series

June 22, 2013 There was a feeling to have more arts and culture in Canby, said City Administrator Nicholas Johnson, so the city decided to take some action. more »»

Boys State: The tradition continues

June 15, 2013 American Legion Boys State has been known to be a life-changing program, and although there is no way to know exactly how many young men’s lives have been altered and improved during the past six... more »»

Looking for the beauty in things

June 15, 2013 Matt Pierson of Tracy said he “doesn’t know how to handle himself without a camera.” Pierson’s photography will be on display through the end of the month at the Daily Grind in downtown Marshall. more »»

Russell's roots

June 8, 2013 Editor's note: This is the first of a periodic 3-part series on cities celebrating quasquicentennials this summer RUSSELL — When Gary Erdmann came to the Russell area more than 35 years ago, he... more »»

‘A good way to serve the Lord’

June 8, 2013 MARSHALL — When Travis Lorenz of Marshall went on his first mission trip, he was supposed to work on plumbing for his designated projec. more »»

The most fun you can have running

June 1, 2013 The second annual Rad Run at Garvin Park on June 8 is coming up fast, and when it comes, it’s sure to separate the prepared from the unprepared. more »»

Trying out a new technique

June 1, 2013 MARSHALL — Even with 24 hours in a day, artist Sima Amid Wewetzer said she’s “28 hours a day busy. more »»

A showcase of skills

May 25, 2013 What do origami, Legos and fondant have in common? They are classes kids can enroll in this year at the Talents Academy. The first session starts June 3 at Marshall Middle School. more »»

A ‘Minnesota Original’

May 25, 2013 A little more than a couple of months ago, artist Bryan Holland was being filmed by a crew from Twin Cities Public Television. more »»

Uff da! Marshall grad turns columns into book

May 25, 2013 MARSHALL — Noel Ness likes to write about every-day things, from getting a refrigerator delivered to his colonoscopy. And now those every-day things are in a book. more »»

She is ‘Titanium’

May 18, 2013 Micayla Murphy is a dancer. Not just in the sense that the Marshall middle-schooler loves being part of the Just For Kix program — her mom says it’s hard to get her to stop dancing, period. more »»

A different kind of medium

May 18, 2013 MARSHALL — It was just another day when Steven Smisek’s daughter, Emma, was using a drawing app on her electronic reader to make a picture. more »»

Pursuit of Hall of Fame no laughing matter for this group

May 18, 2013 The last time Silver Laughter played together was more than 30 years ago, and the band’s members have been trying to keep its music alive. more »»

Prom: where formal and fun never clash

May 11, 2013 Prom is oftentimes one of the highlights during the school year for students, and as one looks back at this year’s prom celebrations in the area, it appears that prom is still one of the best parts... more »»

Minnesota speak in the 21st century

May 11, 2013 When he wrote his first book, Howard Mohr of Cottonwood tried to make sure he wasn’t going to get run out of tow. more »»

On the dance circuit

May 11, 2013 When she was a kid, Annie (Christianson) Deutz tried all sorts of activities, from figure skating to soccer and swimming to gymnastics. more »»

Raising the curtain

May 4, 2013 In the 40-plus years the Fine Arts Theatre at Southwest Minnesota State University has been open, it has seen thousands of students onstage, backstage and in the audienc. more »»

MAFAC?issues an invite

May 4, 2013 MARSHALL —  For its upcoming performance series, the Marshall Area Fine Arts Council is including music from Nat King Cole and a former host of “That’s Incredible. more »»

 
 
 

 

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