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August 23, 2014 Marshall Mayor Bob Byrnes and Harry Weilage, Marshall Community Services director, were doused with icy-cold water Friday by Cathy Lee, city of Marshall executive assistant, and Mary Tate of MCS at... more »»

Peterson ready for another challenge

August 23, 2014 MARSHALL — The National Republican Congressional Committee in January 2013 released a list of the top seven Democratic-held House seats it has in its sights this Novembe. more »»

Music and Memories

August 23, 2014 MARSHALL — Marshall High School sophomore Matthew Rich knew he wanted to do something special for his Eagle Scout project — something that had meaning to him. more »»

McFadden wants more face time with Franken

August 23, 2014 MARSHALL — One debate down, three to go in the U.S. Senate race between incumbent DFLer Al Franken and his challenger Mike McFadden. But McFadden wants even more. more »»

Citizens bring concerns to Ivanhoe School Board

August 22, 2014 IVANHOE — Folding chairs had to be brought into the board room at the Lincoln School to accommodate the two dozen community members that showed up to attend the Ivanhoe School Board’s regular meetin... more »»

A chilly challenge

August 22, 2014 MARSHALL — People have been known to do crazy things for a good cause, and four Marshall Public School administrators are no differen. more »»

One dead in Lac Qui Parle County crash

August 22, 2014 LAC QUI PARLE COUNTY — A two car accident that killed one driver was reported at 4:52 a.m. more »»

Agencies meet to discuss emergency response planning

August 22, 2014 MARSHALL — What do you do after a tornado hits a community and displaces hundreds of people? What if you had to evacuate and house 3,000 people because of a chemical spill? In the event of a gas... more »»

Moving day

August 22, 2014 Photo by Jenny Kirk Katelyn Kalkman, front, along with Jazmyne Neely, left, Elissa Reinsma and Karmann Carroll, were among those who hauled items to residence hall rooms on foot, while others... more »»

Library committee covers more ground

August 21, 2014 MARSHALL — Efforts to try and reunite the Marshall-Lyon County Library with the Plum Creek Regional Library System took a tentative step forward on Wednesday. more »»

Budget, recycling discussed at landfill meeting

August 21, 2014 YON COUNTY — Area officials got the chance to weigh in on topics related to the Lyon County sanitary landfill on Wednesday. more »»

Having some fun in Wood Lake

August 21, 2014 Photos by Anna Haecherl-Smith ... more »»

County hears update on building addition

August 20, 2014 MARSHALL — Adding on to the Lyon County Government Center is a task that will have some challenges, no matter how it’s approached, County Commissioners learned Tuesday. more »»

Lyon County gets OK for early state aid payments

August 20, 2014 MARSHALL — Lyon County and Lyon County cities will be among the local governments able to ask for early state aid in response to flood damage, the Minnesota Department of Revenue said Tuesday. more »»

Lincoln County begins AIS prevention planning

August 20, 2014 IVANHOE?—?The Lincoln County Board adopted a resolution for Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention and Aid during its regular meeting Tuesday. more »»

Getting ready for football

August 20, 2014 Photo by Nick Hansen The Marshall Tiger football team’s offensive and defensive lines square off against each other during a blocking drill at football practice Tuesda. more »»

Track & field complex coming along

August 19, 2014 MARSHALL — Marshall Public Schools Activities Director Bruce Remme gave an update on the progress of the Marshall Regional Track and Field Complex at the MPS board meeting Monday evening, noting tha... more »»

Back to School: On guard to keep our students safe

August 19, 2014 MARSHALL — As children return to school this week in Marshall, pedestrian safety once again becomes a real concern in the community. more »»

Full of family fun

August 18, 2014 MARSHALL — Although the day started out gray and cloudy Saturday morning, the sun came out, and the weather got warmer for the last full day of Marshall’s Sounds of Summer festival. more »»


August 18, 2014 The “Summer Spotlight” section runs weekly and features upcoming festivals going on around the are. more »»



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