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January 23, 2016 Tom Bradley wasn’t a high school all?star or president of his clas. more »»

When getting ‘bog’ged down is a good thing

January 23, 2016 Photography by SMSU English professor to be shown at MAFAC MARSHALL — For her show at the Marshall Fine Arts Council’s arts center, Southwest Minnesota State University English professor Dr. more »»

AAA students

January 23, 2016 Lexi Saugstad and Jacob Deines are Marshall’s AAA nominees MARSHALL It’s an honor to be recognized for your achievements. more »»

Entertainment Review

January 23, 2016 Linda Perry says Lady Gaga songwriting credit is false NEW YORK (AP) — Singer-songwriter and record producer Linda Perry says Lady Gaga doesn’t deserve a songwriting credit for the Oscar-nominated... more »»

Arsenic poisoning and water wells

January 23, 2016 Editor’s note: This column will be a periodic feature in the Independent Weekender. It was mid summer 2006. We’d recently moved into our new clinic quarters. more »»

Building science

January 16, 2016 It may look like a game, but for YME students, working with Legos is serious business. GRANITE FALLS The goal was just a few inches away, at the other end of a line marked on the tabletop. more »»

An Alaskan odyssey

January 16, 2016 MAFAC concert series continues with the Alaska String Band MARSHALL — When The Alaska String Band performs onstage, it takes the audience on a journey of its homeland — the history, the stories and... more »»

Now showing

January 9, 2016 Fresh off being named the state’s top movie theater by WCCO, business is strong at Canby’s restored movie hall — once again the pride and joy of the small town. Here’s looking at you, Canby Theater. more »»

Finding her own way

January 9, 2016 Encaustic paintings by New London artist on display at SMAC gallery MARSHALL — When she was asked what she wanted to be when she grew up, Marjorie Nilssen’s response was always “an artist!”... more »»

2015: The year that was

December 26, 2015 What will you remember about the year 2015? So much happened in and around Marshall during the past year, and, unfortunately, there was plenty of bad news to go around. more »»

‘A great honor’ for SMSU theater

December 26, 2015 MARSHALL — For the first time in 40 years, the Southwest Minnesota State University theater department will have a show that was selected as an invited production for a regional festival. more »»

New at the library

December 26, 2015 New Materials at the Marshall-Lyon County Library Fiction • Burke, James Lee. House of the Rising Sun • Clancy, Tom. Commander in Chief • McCrea, Gavin. Mrs. Engels • Steel, Danielle. more »»

Gifts from the heart

December 19, 2015 If you haven’t got your Christmas shopping done yet, now is crunch time, and for anyone looking for a non-traditional shopping spree, it’s worth your while to check out the handmade gifts at Advance... more »»

Art in the family

December 19, 2015 MARSHALL — Dave Meier of Marshall and his daughter-in-law Cat Abbott may use different art mediums to create their work, but the latest exhibit at MAFAC shows how well they blend together. more »»

Learning the fun-and-games way

December 12, 2015 On a recent Friday afternoon, students in grades 5-8 at Holy Redeemer School were not sitting and doing math problems or reading quietly. Some were rolling out colorful duct tape for a project. more »»

Photo: The old man is back

December 5, 2015 Monday’s snowfall doesn’t guarantee a white Christmas, but it does signal the triumphant return of winter in southwest Minnesot. more »»

Spellbound Theatricals to present ‘Upon A Midnight Clear’ in Tracy, Hadley

December 5, 2015 MARSHALL — For its first musical, Spellbound Theatricals of Slayton is combining favorite holiday stories and songs and bringing them to Tracy and Hadley. more »»

All for Ag

November 28, 2015 What does a national gathering of FFA students look like? Well, there are a whole lot of navy blue jackets, for starters. more »»

Dancing from her heart

November 28, 2015 MARSHALL — Stepheni Hubert has danced for more than 25 years, which included time with the Southwest School of Dance, and in the last three years, her life has centered around dance. more »»

New at the library

November 28, 2015 New Materials at the Marshall-Lyon County Library Fiction • Butcher, Jim. The Aeronaut’s Windlass (Cinder Spires #1) • Clark, Clare. We That Are Left • Coleman, Reed Farrel. Robert B. more »»



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