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A Main concern

This winter has been a brutal one — not only for humans, but for the roads we drive on. It is indeed pothole season in Minnesota, and work has begun locally to make the going not so rough. But it’s merely an encore to what’s in store for 2015.

March 22, 2014
By Per Peterson , Marshall Independent

MARSHALL - Motorists tired of dodging potholes on Main Street in Marshall will have to wait a bit before the ragged road receives an overdue long-term overhaul, but an immediate solution has been employed that MnDOT officials hope will hold up through the rest of the winter season. And the patching that took place last week, MnDOT hopes, will bridge the gap until 2015 when more intensive work will take place to restore one of Marshall's busiest (and most burdensome) stretches of road.



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