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Rental space likely a no-go for new liquor store

January 29, 2014 MARSHALL — Plans for a new municipal liquor store in Marshall will likely not include space to lease to other businesses, after a Marshall City Council meeting on Tuesday night. more »»

YM County enters into prosecution agreement with Echo

January 29, 2014 GRANITE?FALLS?— The Yellow Medicine County Board approved an item on the consent agenda to provide prosecution services for the city of Echo at its regular meeting on Tuesday. more »»

Ivanhoe-Canby school agreement draft presented at public hearing

January 29, 2014 CANBY — A public hearing was held in Canby on Tuesday to give residents a look at the first draft of a tuitioning agreement between the Ivanhoe and Canby school districts. more »»

Rosenstone looks to future for MN West

January 28, 2014 MARSHALL — Building a strong workforce in southwest Minnesota is a crucial task, but one that will require lots of partnership, Steven Rosenstone said. more »»

Propane shortage prompts an appeal to the president

January 28, 2014 MARSHALL — Arctic temperatures and transportation difficulties have resulted in alarmingly low supplies of propane heating fuel for homes and farms in the Upper Midwest. more »»

Off to a strong start

January 27, 2014 MARSHALL — On Saturday, Marshall High School was crowded with young people reading, studying and talking to walls. They were preparing for the last day of the 14th Annual Schwan Speech Spectacular. more »»

Providing food at Spectacular can be a big task for workers

January 27, 2014 MARSHALL — A thousand students and dozens of judges can eat a lot during two busy days. “Schwan’s gave us a catalog and let us shop,” said Roberta Wyatt, owner of The Daily Grind. more »»

Renovate? Rebuild? City hall’s future in limbo

January 25, 2014 MARSHALL — It wasn’t going to fix any of the problems with Marshall’s city hall building just yet, but it was a start, said members of a task force that had its first meeting Friday morning. more »»

Making an observation

January 25, 2014 MARSHALL?— Marshall High School and Southwest Minnesota State University were awash in young people in dark suits muttering to themselves Friday afternoon. more »»

New league hits target at MHS

January 24, 2014 MARSHALL — Forget about “Call of Duty” on XBox, this is the real deal and its benefits are quite a bit more far-reaching than what a video game offers. more »»

First expressions

January 24, 2014 MARSHALL — The Schwan Speech Spectacular is taking over Marshall High School (and spilling over across the street to Southwest Minnesota State University) today and Saturday. more »»

MMU gets update on pipeline construction bids

January 23, 2014 MARSHALL — On Wednesday night, members of the Marshall Municipal Utilities Commission got an update on the bidding process for the planned pipeline connecting Marshall with a third water supply. more »»

DNR report cites need to combat AIS

January 23, 2014 MARSHALL — The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Statewide Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Advisory Committee has released its annual report for 2013, detailing the environmental and economi... more »»

Council hears proposal for new liquor store locale

January 22, 2014 MARSHALL — Marshall needs to consider more than just the basics in building a new municipal liquor store, city officials said at a city council work session Tuesda. more »»

County board talks capital projects, court remodel

January 22, 2014 MARSHALL — Planning for the future was one of the main topics of discussion Tuesday at the Lyon County Board’s regular meeting. more »»

Study shows enrollment gains at Marshall School District

January 22, 2014 MARSHALL — Board members received a thorough summary that detailed enrollment projections in the district through a “Demographics Study” presentation by Hazel Reinhardt at the Marshall School Board... more »»

Lincoln County needs volunteers, board says

January 22, 2014 IVANHOE — In addition to regularly scheduled business, the Lincoln County Board devoted a significant amount of time Tuesday discussing a critical shortage of volunteer first responders in the count... more »»

Making a ‘silent impact’

January 22, 2014 MARSHALL — When he’s not interviewing athletes and supplying sports scores at KSTP-TV, Joe Schmit thinks about how possessing purpose, persistence and passion can affect our lives and those around us. more »»

Packages with a purpose

January 21, 2014 MARSHALL — More than 400 passionate and dedicated volunteers gathered together for the first-ever United Against Hunger food packaging event Monday at the National Guard Armory in Marshal. more »»



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