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A perfect fit

May 20, 2016 The retiring Bill Richards has been a stabilizing presence at WWG WESTBROOK — During his time at Westbrook-Walnut Grove High School, Principal Bill Richards has seen the consolidation of two... more »»

Water main project reaches halfway point

May 20, 2016 Replacing corroded pipes will be improvement for neighborhood, city MARSHALL — Construction to improve one of Marshall’s key water mains is making headway. more »»

GOP opens curtain on $800M bonding bill

May 19, 2016 MARSHALL — With just a few days left in the 2016 legislative session, Minnesota House Republicans on Wednesday unveiled their proposal for spending on public construction projects. more »»

This is an event for the dogs, literally

May 19, 2016 First-ever Pub Pup Run to benefit pet rescue efforts is Saturday in Marshall MARSHALL — Marshall Pet Rescue and the Varsity Pub & Extra Innings are teaming up this weekend to raise money for... more »»

MA-TEC graduates 12 from 2016 class

May 18, 2016 MARSHALL — During her address to the 2016 graduates of the Marshall Area Technical and Educational Center on Tuesday morning, MA-TEC teacher Emily Snyder said teachers don’t always talk about what... more »»

HRS kindergarten graduation

May 18, 2016 Photo by Karin Elton A class of Holy Redeemer kindergartners listens as a fellow classmate gave a presentation to family and friends Tuesday morning during graduation ceremonies. more »»

Crossings on 23 discussed at public meeting

May 18, 2016 MARSHALL — There is still work to be done to improve Minnesota Highway 23 safety — for drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists. more »»

County board talks furniture, floors for gov’t center

May 18, 2016 MARSHALL — As construction on the Lyon County Government Center continues, county commissioners turned to discussion of furnishings and floor coverings for the new and renovated parts of the building. more »»

Trio convicted in Hively murders officially sentenced

May 17, 2016 MARSHALL — Three men convicted in the deaths of a Lyon County couple last year were sentenced Monda. more »»

Dayton offers some middle ground on transportation

May 17, 2016 MARSHALL — A year ago this week, Minnesota politicians went on record and reminded the voting public they ran out of time to get a substantial transportation bill put together during the 2015... more »»

Pride In the Tiger to seek full-time director

May 17, 2016 MARSHALL — An important leader of the Pride In the Tiger Foundation will be stepping down later this summer, and members of the foundation board are planning to hire a full-time replacement. more »»

She talks quite a game

May 16, 2016 Ashley Schotzko leads strong Marshall contingent at NIETOC in Denver with a second-place overall finish MARSHALL — Ashley Schotzko at a loss for words? That’s what success will do. more »»

Doing a 180

May 16, 2016 MARSHALL — In the past, the space on the second floor of the Knights of Columbus Hall on Third Street in downtown Marshall was called The Alternative. more »»

House plan: a numbers game

May 14, 2016 MARSHALL — A group of people representing Greater Minnesota cities on Wednesday called on legislators to take action on taxes, bonding and transportation. They’re not the only ones growing impatient. more »»

New home coming

May 14, 2016 Photo by Deb Gau Board members and supporters of Redwood River Habitat For Humanity gathered Friday morning to help a local family break ground for a new home. more »»



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