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Klobuchar talks farm exports with local ag businesses at AURI

August 6, 2014 MARSHALL — Small ag businesses need the Export-Import Bank, the official export credit agency of the United States, say Marshall business owners. more »»

National Night Out rallies community

August 6, 2014 MARSHALL — People of all ages had the opportunity to interact with law enforcement, emergency personnel and others from various agencies and organizations at the seventh annual National Night Out... more »»

Fire leaves mostly smoke damage

August 5, 2014 MARSHALL — A tropical aroma wafted inside Southwest Nutrition in downtown Marshall early Tuesday morning — a stark contrast to the stench a late-night fire just hours earlier left behind in areas on... more »»

Shooting suspects appear in YMC court

August 5, 2014 Two Balaton men charged in connection with a shooting near Granite Falls in July appeared in Yellow Medicine County District Court on Monday, court records sai. more »»

School board discusses referendum authority

August 5, 2014 MARSHALL — The Marshall School Board members heard information regarding a potential increase of $80,000 in state aid and are discussing whether or not to approve a new referendum authority at the... more »»

MLCL says OK to teamup with city, county

August 5, 2014 MARSHALL — Members of the Marshall-Lyon County Library Board said they’d be willing to work together with Lyon County and the city of Marshall, to figure out tentative plans for the library’s futur. more »»

Getting ready for opening

August 5, 2014 Photo by Karin Elton Don Schmidt and Steve Vedral of the Indigo Signworks Co. out of Alexandria affix the Bello Cucina sign to the wall Monday at the corner of Main Street and College Drive. more »»

Farmer’s Open

August 5, 2014 Photo by Nick Hansen Dan Lee putts for birdie on the 4th hole at the Marshall Golf Club. Lee took part in the third annual Farmer’s Open on Monday afternoon. more »»

Dashing through mud

August 4, 2014 GHENT — They went for a run and came back looking like they had just crawled through a mud puddle. Of course, that was exactly what had happened. more »»

A smashing tradition

August 4, 2014 MARSHALL — It’s not hard to find the excitement in the roar of engines and the crunch of bumpers. more »»

Upper Sioux wacipi

August 4, 2014 Photo by Anna Haecherl-Smith Six-year-old Felix Tallbear of St. Paul participated in the Upper Sioux Community’s annual wacipi in Granite Falls on Saturday. more »»

A turn at the wheel

August 4, 2014 Photo by Cindy Votruba Zane and Dexter Nelson of Lewiston sit on their great-uncle Gary Velde’s 1931 Rock Island Model G at the Pioneer Power threshing show Saturday in Hanley Falls. more »»

Measuring RPMS

August 4, 2014 Photo by Cindy Votruba Justin Johnson checks the RPMs of a 1911 Stickney engine with a stopwatch on his cell phone Saturday during the Pioneer Power threshing show in Hanley Falls. more »»

Safety concerns trigger Ward 1 change

August 2, 2014 MARSHALL — No one involved in the decision to move the Ward 1 polling place away from Park Side wanted to do so because they anticipated anything tragic happening at the school when the elections... more »»

LINCOLN COUNTY FAIR: Family and fun mix at Lincoln County Fair

August 2, 2014 TYLER — Fair time often provides plenty of family time, and that sure seemed to be the case at the Lincoln County Fair Friday in Tyle. more »»

LYON COUNTY FAIR: Mutton or bust

August 2, 2014 MARSHALL — Mutton Busting: a sport where children in cowboy boots and protective gear are placed on unwitting sheep and challenged to hold on for as long as they can. more »»

Minimum wage takes a hike

August 1, 2014 MARSHALL — Starting today, Minnesota’s minimum wage will increase for the first time in almost 10 years. more »»

Mural, mural on the wall

August 1, 2014 Photo by Deb Gau Workers on a scaffold install the third of Marshall’s downtown murals on the south wall of the Varsity Pub building Thursday afternoon. more »»

Growing from experience

August 1, 2014 MARSHALL — Four-H’ers spend their summers getting their animals ready for the county fair, and younger kids are also able to get in on the action as a part of the Cloverbuds Projec. more »»

Notable food professionals visit SMSU

August 1, 2014 MARSHALL — Southwest Minnesota State University is continuing to elevate its culinology program, having recently implemented a new Open Innovation Research Center on campus. more »»



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