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Color is her passion

February 22, 2014 South Dakota fiber artist Ann Taecker’s work with silks can be found in corporate and private collections in five continents and is often exhibited. more »»

Writing workshop to be offered

February 22, 2014 MARSHALL —? Workshops can be beneficial in a lot of ways for writers said poet Saara Myrene Raappana — from hearing feedback from a group of supportive readers that can help them figure out a piece... more »»

A system of support

February 15, 2014 The success of a sports program isn’t always measured by wins and losses. Those familiar with the Marshall/Lakeview wrestling team can attest to that. more »»

A modern-day fairy tale

February 15, 2014 MARSHALL — A woman is sitting in a quiet cafe when a cell phone goes off and doesn’t stop ringing. more »»

Marshall youth selected to be part of a statewide honors orchestra

February 15, 2014 MARSHALL — Annabelle Lecy and JP Rabaey may be young, but they’ve accomplished a lot when it comes to performing on a string instrument. more »»

Meals with meaning

February 8, 2014 On Valentine’s Day from 8 a.m. more »»

Local poets to present readings at SMSU and library in Marshall

February 8, 2014 MARSHALL — One of the poets reading at Southwest Minnesota State University and the Marshall-Lyon County Library Monday served in the Peace Corps, while the other started out on a scientific path in... more »»

Bend me, shape me

February 1, 2014 MARSHALL Kate Robertson of Marshall is standing taller these days. “I’ve grown an inch,” she said. “I used to be 5-feet-4-inches and now I’m 5-feet-. more »»

Starting off a new season

February 1, 2014 MARSHALL — It’s no mystery as to how the Marshall Area Stage Company has stayed strong throughout its 15 years of providing theater entertainment for the community — by providing a variety of qualit... more »»

Snow birds

January 25, 2014 Amidst the falling snow and blowing wind, a striking flash of red was unmistakable in the backyard of one dedicated couple Tuesday in Marshall. more »»

Telling a story through music

January 25, 2014 For more than 20 years, the Celtic duo Willson and McKee have performed at a variety of venues — from prisons to preschools. The two will perform at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Fe. more »»

All about ABBA

January 25, 2014 Even though the songs may be from 40 years ago, these performers will put a modern-day twist on some favorites that will have the audience singing alon. more »»

Dancing up a storm

January 18, 2014 Go to a high school gym on a winter Saturday, and there’s a chance you might see high kicks, leaps and precision choreography instead of a basketball game. more »»

A script that worked

January 18, 2014 MARSHALL — Southwest Minnesota State University student Josh Johnson tends to stay away from writing comedic plays. more »»

A heart for the arts

January 11, 2014 Almost 15 years ago, a small group of people met in the teacher’s lounge at the Tracy Elementary School to start up a community arts organizatio. more »»

Art of the prairie

January 11, 2014 In the past, Granite Falls artist Bradley Hall said he just did one show a year — the annual Upper Minnesota River Valley Arts Meander. Last year, he did 13. more »»

2013 revisited

December 28, 2013 Editor’s note: Exact dates are not listed in this story. However, the news items are in chronological order. This compilation was completed Dec. more »»

Christmas on TV

December 21, 2013 People have their favorite Christmas movies for their own particular reasons and often they bring back childhood memories of watching them with their family. more »»

A smashing success

December 21, 2013 MARSHALL — This year, the students from the Southwest School of Dance have increased in the amount of showmanship and brought an exceptionally deep repertoire of dances to its latest competitio. more »»

SMSU English prof. receives national poetry award

December 21, 2013 MARSHALL — For more than five weeks this fall, Southwest Minnesota State University English professor Susan McLean spent time in Athens. In a couple of months, she’s heading to Rome for eight weeks. more »»



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