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Florence native pens first novel

August 13, 2016 MARSHALL — For her first attempt at writing a novel, Alberta Tolbert said the biggest challenge was writing from the point of view of a young girl. more »»

Dancing, and growing

August 6, 2016 MCS dance class teaches aspiring dancers the basics, and it also gives them a chance to express themselve. more »»

The man who keeps on giving

July 30, 2016 For years, Bill Swope has devoted himself to serving kids through education, and because of his kindness and commitment to helping children, has become a very beloved figure in the Marshall area. more »»

In their defense

July 23, 2016 A group of area women practiced the basics of self-defense at the Marshall Area YMCA recently They hadn’t been practicing long, but the women landing kicks on training pads in the YMCA multipurpos... more »»

Turning over her own leaf

July 23, 2016 Sima Amid Wewetzer seeks healing, peace, freedom and creativity in her abstract artwork MARSHALL — Artist Sima Amid Wewetzer said she has a lot of energy for her paintings. more »»

R & R at B & Bs

July 16, 2016 Who said you have to drive long distances to enjoy a weekend away? There’s no need to spend an arm and a leg on gas in addition to room accommodations when there are a half dozen bed and breakfasts... more »»

A space for birds

July 16, 2016 Birds are the creative force behind Walnut Grove man’s exhibit MARSHALL — With his current exhibit, Walnut Grove artist Dan Wahl turned to the subject of birds. more »»

Food and fun...what else do you really need?

July 9, 2016 Kids in a Talents Academy food-prep class learned how to create fun and (mostly) healthful treats last week. All classes should be like this: do a little work, eat, do a little more work, eat. more »»

‘Just like anybody else’

July 2, 2016 Aside from the whole hair thing, Kayla Padfield wants everyone to know there’s nothing different about people with alopecia. No, it’s not cancer. more »»

Her literary path

July 2, 2016 Slayton native releases her latest novel, ‘Lady in the Moon’ MARSHALL — Connie Claire Szarke had started writing when she was still a girl in Slayton but didn’t become a published author until afte... more »»

Getting fresh

June 25, 2016 Farmers Markets to open soon offering fresh produce for summer enjoyment With summer here, everyone seems to be anticipating fresh garden produce, whether they grow it themselves or attend a nearby... more »»

Cast iron art

June 25, 2016 Lamberton man’s work on display at MAFAC MARSHALL — When Clayton Hubert of Lamberton was in third grade, he already knew he wanted to be an artist and an art teacher. more »»

Magic man

June 18, 2016 He may be only 16 years old, but magician Jett Skrien has the stage presence of a savvy veteran. Jett Skrien is turning what started as a fun hobby, into a rapidly expanding business. more »»

The finished product

June 11, 2016 The doors were opened on the Red Baron Arena & Expo this week, as the public got their first real look at a much-talked about regional complex. more »»

Marshall native to take part in national competition

June 11, 2016 MARSHALL — This summer will be the “summer of Chicago” for Marshall native Emma Larson. more »»

A special screening

June 4, 2016 Revere woman’s cartoon to be shown in Tracy, Walnut Grove MARSHALL — For more than 20 years, Denise Fick of Revere was an animator and graphic designer for public television in the Twin Cities. more »»

Giving them a voice

June 4, 2016 Southwest Minnesota State University sociology students dug deep to learn about local immigrants for their undergraduate research projects in December, which was part of a larger project known as... more »»

On stage in Spain

May 28, 2016 Southwest Minnesota State University Touring Ensemble plays three concerts in central Spain Beautiful towns, lots of great food, appreciative audiences and churches dating back to the 1300s were... more »»

Back on the lake

May 21, 2016 Whether it’s for the fish or the fun of it, area residents are drawn to the water. The saying goes that even a bad day fishing is better than a good day at work. more »»

On location

May 14, 2016 Tyler native Kathy Swanson is returning to her roots to put together an independent film They say writers should write what they know. more »»



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