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An effective leader

August 24, 2013 When Eric M. Johnson sat down to write about the history of the company he worked for, he thought he’d just write a short article for an online resource. more »»

Nice 'Wheels'

August 17, 2013 TRACY — Preserving local history means sharing people’s stories. That also includes sharing family histories, supporters of the Wheels Across the Prairie Museum said this week. more »»

Trying out something new

August 17, 2013 Danvers artist Deb Connolly is used to doing her artwork with pastels or watercolors. In the last year, her daughter taught her a new technique — encaustic painting. more »»

Life on wheels

August 10, 2013 MARSHALL The Clark family of Marshall has a thing for wheels. more »»

‘A wonderful comedy’

August 10, 2013 MARSHALL — A banished sorcerer, a conspiracy, a couple of drunkards, a young couple falling in love and a mischievous spirt all make up the upcoming production of the Marshall Area Stage Compan. more »»

Linstrom’s new chapter

August 10, 2013 MARSHALL — As he continues on his new career path of writing and teaching, Steve Linstrom of Marshall is excited about his debut novel. more »»

Planting the seeds

August 3, 2013 It wasn’t just a tour, Kirby Schmidt said, and it wasn’t really a mission trip, either. more »»

‘This can be a strong film’

August 3, 2013 MARSHALL — Anthony Neil Smith’s rogue ex-cop character Billy Lafitte is going to soon hit the movie scree. more »»

‘Homely Girls and Pretty Babies’

August 3, 2013 When Anita Gaul of Marshall was looking for a title on the book she wrote about the history of the Murray County Fair, she wanted something catchy. more »»

In stitches

July 27, 2013 It takes someone special to lovingly donate so much time and effort to good causes, but that’s exactly what two Avera Morningside Heights Care Center residents have don. more »»

Hitting the target

July 27, 2013 For his debut book, Shale Nelson pictured the Twin Cities in the near future — around 2050 or so. Nelson, a Hendricks native who now lives in St. more »»

Pool school

July 20, 2013 In the land of 10,000 lakes, it is important that everyone knows basic water safety and the fundamentals of keeping afloat. more »»

A group effort in Granite Falls

July 20, 2013 For a relatively young organization, the Granite Falls Area Community Theater has made great strides. And now it will be putting on a beloved musical next week. more »»

It’s one big theater family

July 20, 2013 LAKE BENTON — Every summer, the musical at the Lake Benton Opera House draws performers from several surrounding communities, and this year, people from even as far away as Tracy, Minneota, Marshall... more »»

Eyes on the pies

July 13, 2013 COTTONWOOD On a recent Thursday morning, the Rev. Jack Nordick had the items necessary to make his prize-winning apple pie — from the apples to the utensils to his “secret” ingredien. more »»

On the world stage

July 13, 2013 In 2010, Scott Veenhuis started singing lead in a “just for fun” a cappella group — Kordal Kombat — after an impromptu audition. more »»

No better time to come home

July 6, 2013 Editor's Note: This is the third of a series of stories focusing on area cities celebrating 125th anniversaries this summer COTTONWOOD — There’s 125 years of history to celebrate in Cottonwood this... more »»

Making art accessible

July 6, 2013 Six years ago, New London artists Andrew Nordin and Lisa Bergh turned their house into an art exhibition space. The couple’s work will be on display through Aug. more »»

Celebrating Ruthton

June 29, 2013 Born and raised in Ruthton, Tami Nelson remembers the fun times of her childhood attending the annual Fourth of July celebration in Ruthton. more »»

Sojourn to Russia

June 29, 2013 Getting a Fulbright Scholar grant is extremely competitive, and Dr. Richard Shrubb was happy to represent Minnesota. more »»

 
 

 

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