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As Easter approaches, ‘Crown Him’ to be performed in Tracy next week

March 12, 2016 MARSHALL — Along with bunnies and eggs, families might want to taken in another Easter activity — a full-on pageant produced by local players. more »»

Grand jury indicts Hexum on 1st degree murder charges

March 11, 2016 MARSHALL — The man accused of murdering two people in Lyon County last year will now face charges of first degree murder, court records said Thursday. more »»


March 11, 2016 Photo by Shannon Rathmanner The Marshall girls basketball team poses for a photo after winning the Section 2AAA championship 55-34 over Mankato East, earning a trip to the state tournament. more »»

Porter Elevator auction set for March 31

March 11, 2016 MARSHALL? — The process of liquidating the grain stored at the Porter Elevator as established in the U.S. Warehouse Act began last month. more »»

Food safety, challenges discussed at Farm Outlook

March 10, 2016 MARSHALL — Leaders from Minnesota’s corn, soybean, beef and pork commodity associations took questions Wednesday afternoon during SMSU’s 32nd annual Farm Outlook and Education Seminar. more »»

Grand jury indicts Hexum on first degree murder charges

March 10, 2016 The man accused of murdering two people in Lyon County last year will now face charges of first degree murder, court records said Thursday. more »»

SWSD fights emotions, excels at competition

March 10, 2016 MARSHALL — Inspired Southwest School of Dance members “really cleaned up,” at its latest competition, said SWSD Director Charlotte Wendel, and shared a special story in the process. more »»

Marshall city admin search to start this month

March 9, 2016 MARSHALL — The search process for a new Marshall city administrator will be moving forward quickly, after action taken at Tuesday’s meeting of the Marshall City Council. more »»

All about agriculture

March 9, 2016 Area students get an education about life on the farm during Ag in the Classroom GRANITE FALLS — More than 280 elementary students representing 10 area schools participated in the largest-ever... more »»

Good deed puts custodian in spotlight

March 8, 2016 MARSHALL — In a challenging world, it’s easy to overlook the little things that happen. more »»

Enjoy the scones, senator

March 8, 2016 MARSHALL — The last time a staffer of U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar was in the Canby area, she got a whiff of how good the muffins were at Kornerstone Kravings & Bakery. more »»

S.F. Police working solve decades old suspicious missing persons case

March 8, 2016 MARSHALL — On the anniversary of her disappearance, Sioux Falls Police put a call out Monday for information to help solve a 42-year-old missing person case with what they call suspicious... more »»

Trading up

March 7, 2016 MARSHALL — It looked like a simple package, wrapped in cloth and tied up with strong twine. But appearances can be deceiving, as three area boys found out when they tried to lift it on Saturday. more »»

Editor's column: Are we sure both teams can’t go to state?

March 7, 2016 Two days after “The Game,” Marshall and Waseca basketball players shared the court one last time. more »»

MHS speech team tops field at Shakopee

March 7, 2016 The Marshall Tiger Speech Team scored more team points, 104, than any other team at the Shakopee Speech Tournament on Saturday and brought home the first place team sweepstakes trophy. more »»

Feeling at home

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Water, water everywhere …

March 5, 2016 LSP, CURE call for 20 percent more cover crops by 2020 at water summit MARSHALL — Last Saturday, 800 Minnesotans attended the Governor’s Water Summit in St. Paul. more »»

His best shot

March 5, 2016 Buzzer-beating future Mustang relishes his big basket that helped sink the Tigers on Thursday and looks forward to donning the brown and gold MARSHALL — The shots heard ’round the world Thursday... more »»



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