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Membership, by the numbers

February 25, 2013 It’s a new year and how exciting it is! So often members of the community ask how many members do you have anyways? I can tell you that they are not prepared for the answer. more »»

Taking a look back

February 25, 2013 Founded in 1872, the city of Marshall has a rich and important history. Named after Minnesota’s fifth governor, William R. Marshall, the city became home to many important endeavors. more »»

SMSU presidential search

January 25, 2013 The time is drawing near to name the new president of Southwest Minnesota State University. more »»

Community impact strategies

January 25, 2013 Knowledge of a community is developed not only by understanding research data, but also by listening to and learning from people who live and work here. more »»

Battling birth defects

January 25, 2013 It’s a new year and a time many people are making resolutions. Quitting smoking is high on the list for a lot of peopl. more »»

Put those kits together

January 25, 2013 It’s a new year! How have those resolutions been going so far? If you are interested in adding one, or if one isn’t going real well, I have an easy replacement for you. more »»

Celebrating at the Center

January 25, 2013 A year of celebrating is upon us and plans are being made. more »»

School safety — a top priority of MPS

December 30, 2012 The recent tragic events that occurred in Newtown, Conn., have left an undeniable impact on everyone in our community and region. more »»

May the spirit of giving continue through the year

December 30, 2012 As I put the gifts that I received for Christmas into their proper places and cleaned up the bits of wrapping paper, I reflected on the wonderful spirit of giving that I noticed in this area over th... more »»

Protect your family from a growing problem

December 30, 2012 Today there is a growing problem threatening babies and children, and it’s hitting home in southwest Minnesota. The good news is you can prevent it from spreading. more »»

Merry Christmas and a happy new year!

December 30, 2012 This past year the Center had two major projects take place. First, we resided the building. We are now the red building on the back side of the parking lot. The building has been here since 19. more »»

Building youth leadership for the future

December 30, 2012 After working several years with young people I learned how important it is for them to have experience with leadership. more »»

The next session and higher education

December 30, 2012 As we approach the new year we all wonder, “What will our national and state governments bring to us in 2013?” We hope for compromise and a middle ground at the national level from the Executive... more »»

Community participation

November 1, 2012 Community involvement in civic engagement is a participation very important for citizens to help to develop a good future in their community. more »»

Economic impact of activities

November 1, 2012 It became very obvious to me over the last few weekends that a significant part of the economic activity within Marshall can be attributed to various events that take place through the activity... more »»

It’s more than meeting a goal, it’s about making an impact

November 1, 2012 When people ask us how things are going at United Way of Southwest Minnesota, they are often interested in how we are coming at meeting our annual fund-raising campaign goal. more »»

Race to the Top: What does it mean for Marshall Public Schools?

November 1, 2012 In late May, all public schools and charter schools in the United States learned about a new grant competition and opportunity for school district. more »»

Flu shots

November 1, 2012 The leaves are falling at a rapid pace and the weather has given us several cold snaps. That means cold and flu season is right around the corner. more »»

Senior Fest is Nov. 2

November 1, 2012 It’s time for the 10th Annual Senior Fest! Senior Fest is a morning filled with information, humor and meeting acquaintances. It is Friday, Nov. 2. Registration begins at 8:45 a.m. more »»

Oster lets curtain fall on renowned career

October 27, 2012 Back in 1984, the Theatre program at SMSU purchased a new light board. Its base price was $38,000. more »»



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