Empowering young people

Local News

A supportive adult can make a huge difference in a young person’s life, Brittany Miller said. It’s something she wants more southwest Minnesota youth to be able to have. “Giving kids that opportunity is something I want to do,” she said. As youth programs coordinator with WoMen’s ...

Lyon Co. holds hearing on proposed ditch repair

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MARSHALL — A hearing on a proposed ditch repair project in southern Lyon County drew an audience, but not many public comments, on Tuesday. Lyon County commissioners heard, and then approved, the report for repairs on County Ditch 14. The CD 14 repair project would replace some drainage ...

CD7 candidate to visit Marshall Saturday

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MARSHALL — A Minnesota businessman running for Congress against U.S. Rep. Michelle Fischbach will be making a stop in Marshall over the weekend. Steve Boyd, of rural Kensington, will be holding a town hall meeting Saturday at the Marshall Area YMCA. The town hall discussion, titled “What ...

Crime for Feb. 23

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MARSHALL — A report was sent to the city attorney’s office for consideration of disorderly conduct and trespassing charges against an Echo man, 32, in connection with an incident at 1:30 a.m. Thursday on the 200 block of West Main Street, Marshall Police said. TRACY — Threats were ...

Math competition no problem for MMS students

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MARSHALL — They get up early in the morning and solve math problems for fun. And the efforts of students on the Marshall Middle School math team have paid off — a group of team members are headed for the state MathCounts competition in the Twin Cities in March. Learning new math skills ...

Answering the FAQs on state’s new flag

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MARSHALL — New designs were chosen for the Minnesota state flag and state seal late last year — but area residents still have a lot of questions about them, Anita Gaul said. “There’s a real interest in it,” she said. Gaul, who served as the vice chair of the State Emblems Redesign ...