50 years of floors to ceilings

Local News

MARSHALL — Art and Lowell Matthys know what it takes to have staying power in a constantly changing business environment. They’ll celebrate 50 years of operations at Floor to Ceiling on West Main Street in Marshall on Sunday. An open house is planned for Wednesday. In the past 50 years, ...

‘Nice award’ for volunteer

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TYLER — Hendricks native Gail Kvernmo has been an integral part of the Lincoln County 4-H chapter for decades through her work as a parent, judge and leader. Kvernmo’s dedication to the program and the community at large was recognized on Thursday during the opening day of the Lincoln ...

Congressional legislation supports emergency haying

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WASHINGTON — U.S. senators and representatives from Minnesota and South Dakota joined other members of Congress in introducing companion bills to improve the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) ability to grant authorization for emergency haying of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) ...

Where the buffalo roam

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MINNEOTA — When Tanner Differding and Austin Thompson decided to work together in a livestock business, they turned to the largest historic icon of the North American plains. They’ve started a herd of buffalo at the farm site of Tanner’s father, Jerry Differding, in Eidsvold Township ...

Crime for July 30

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MARSHALL — A 23-year-old man was cited for fourth degree DWI in an incident reported at 7:08 a.m. Wednesday on the intersection of 240th Avenue and 330th Street, the Lyon County Sheriff’s Department said. COTTONWOOD — A 34-year-old woman was cited for driving after revocation and ...

Park trails may benefit from liquor store profits

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MARSHALL — During a June meeting, the Marshall City Council discussed the possibility of updating trails at Independence Park. On Tuesday, the council may have found a solution to help fund the estimated $772,000 project. The manager of the city’s municipal liquor store reported a ...