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Committee recommends hearing on city bond issue

April 12, 2016 MARSHALL — The Marshall City Council will be considering a somewhat unusual strategy to help pay for construction of new softball fields, maintenance equipment and local trails. more »»

BWSR seeks comments on buffer program implementation

April 12, 2016 MARSHALL?— The Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR) is seeking public comments on its implementation of the state’s buffer law and excessive soil loss programs. more »»

Ready for an impact: Everyday Leader event is Friday

April 12, 2016 MARSHALL — The Legacy Foundation and Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce are again providing a unique opportunity for people in the area by bringing to life the Everyday Leader Live Spring Event on... more »»

Marshall Speech advances 2 to state

April 11, 2016 MARSHALL — At the Section 2AA Speech Tournament in Hutchinson on Saturday, the Marshall Tiger Speech Team qualified two individuals for the MSHSL State Speech Tournament. more »»

A milestone for Millie

April 11, 2016 Many gathered to help Millie Thomas of Marshall celebrate her 103rd birthday MARSHALL — Living to be 100 years old is not as easy as one would think. more »»

Hospice charity ball

April 11, 2016 Photo by Jenny Kirk Nearly 300 gathered for Prairie Home Hospice & Community Care’s 30th annual Charity Ball and Auction on Saturday evening at Southwest Minnesota State University. more »»

SMSU Spring Sing

April 11, 2016 Photo by Jenny Kirk Soprano Kari Paradis was one of nearly 20 featured Southwest Minnesota State University students to perform at the Spring Sing showcase recital on Saturday at First Lutheran... more »»

'Dragon Tale'

April 11, 2016 Photo by Cindy Votruba Samuel Lutheran School students in grades 3-8 presented the musical “Dragon Tale” Sunday afternoon. more »»

School board votes to withdraw from joint powers agreement

April 9, 2016 RUSSELL — The Russell-Tyler-Ruthton school board is saying goodbye to the Southwest Education Cooperative Joint Powers Board. more »»

‘Bound’ for the big screen

April 9, 2016 Marshall resident Jean Replinger will be among the guests at the premiere of a new film about the women’s Outward Bound group she helped make possible. more »»

Lyon County upgraded to Aa2 from Aa3 rating

April 9, 2016 Moody’s Investors Service has upgraded to Aa2 from Aa3 the rating on Lyon County’s general obligation unlimited tax debt. The county has $4.7 million in such debt rated by Moody’s. more »»

MnDOT has open houses on Highway 23 passing lanes

April 8, 2016 RUSSELL — It will be a bit of a headache driving on Minnesota Highway 23 this summer, but once six new passing lanes are constructed, the detours and the will be worth i. more »»

HRS spring musical

April 8, 2016 Photo by Per Peterson Holy Redeemer School students performed their spring musical Thursday — an event that included numerous musical selections, to go along with skits geared toward teaching life... more »»

Park Side concert

April 8, 2016 Photo by Deb Gau The “Sounds of Summer” started a little early this year for first-graders from Park Side Elementary — it was the theme of their concert Thursday night. more »»

‘Talk, Test, Treat:’ STD testing is Tuesday in Marshall

April 8, 2016 MARSHALL — The numbers are rising and people, particularly young people, have to be proactive about their sexual health and learn about disease prevention and testing. more »»

Culture Shock

April 8, 2016 Photo by Deb Gau International culture, music and dance were in the spotlight Thursday at Southwest Minnesota State University’s seventh annual Culture Shock even. more »»

Honoring the Bard

April 7, 2016 SMSU theater department’s production of ‘The Tempest’ to open today MARSHALL — This month marks the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, and the Southwest Minnesota State University... more »»

RTR board votes to withdraw from SWEC joint powers agreement

April 7, 2016 RUSSELL — The Russell-Tyler-Ruthton school board voted 5-2 to withdraw form the controversial Southwest Education Cooperative Joint Powers Board during a special meeting Thursday night at the RTR... more »»



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