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Pioneer Power volunteers are bringing in the sheaves

July 15, 2016 YELLOW MEDICINE COUNTY — Five guys binding sheaves may have been a common sight 100 years ago, but it is also a common site around Hanley Falls this time of year. more »»

Work and worship: Cornerstone Church hosts STORM Camp

July 15, 2016 MARSHALL — Cornerstone Methodist Church of Marshall is the site of a STORM Camp this week. Director David Brown of Roberts, Wis. more »»

City to offer VanDerMillen MCS director position

July 14, 2016 MARSHALL — Members of a selection committee have named their choice for a new Marshall Community Services director. more »»

Raising money to raise hope

July 14, 2016 Helping teens in need on a large scale isn’t cheap, and Hope Harbor campaigns are either planned or are in the works to raise money Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-part series on... more »»

Hoping for a bite

July 14, 2016 Photo by Jenny Kirk Connor Neubeck, left, and Cayden Werner enjoyed an afternoon of fishing on Wednesday at Independence Park in Marshall. more »»

New evidence of pollution found in 318 lakes, rivers and streams

July 14, 2016 MARSHALL — A day after the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources unveiled its new buffer map to show the state’s commitment toward improving water quality in Minnesota, the Minnesota Pollution... more »»

Cattlemen converge on Canby area

July 14, 2016 RURAL CANBY — About 800 cattlemen and women boarded 12 charter buses Tuesday morning to tour various types of ranching practices in the Canby-Taunton area. more »»

City council rejects beer bids over questions

July 13, 2016 MARSHALL — Proposals for beer distributor and waste hauling agreements at the Red Baron Arena and Expo gave members of the Marshall City Council pause on Tuesday night. more »»

Forming bonds

July 13, 2016 Marshall teen Lexi Saugstad is getting as much out of her latest mission trip as the people she’s helping. more »»

YMC Board works on bridging the gaps

July 13, 2016 GRANITE?FALLS?— Roger Olson of Wood Lake once again appeared before the Yellow Medicine County Board at its Tuesday meeting. more »»

Retired SMSU professor, poet Phil Dacey dies

July 13, 2016 A university staple for 34 years, he directed SMSU’s creative writing program and founded annual international literary festival MARSHALL — Prolific poet and emeritus professor of English and... more »»

DNR releases Minnesota buffer map; implementation begins

July 13, 2016 MARSHALL — Minnesota’s controversial buffer law is becoming more focused. And more real. more »»

Time for a garden party in Tracy

July 12, 2016 Garden tours, quilt shows on tap for Wednesday Gardens in Tracy will be on display for the public during the annual Tracy Area Garden Party on Wednesda. more »»

It’s all about themes at the Redwood County Fair

July 12, 2016 The Redwood County Fair is adding an exciting twist in 2016: theme days. Saturday is Christmas in July. more »»

Feeling a draft

July 11, 2016 SLAYTON — The combination of old-time farm equipment demonstrations and impeccably-groomed and trained draft horses competing in a variety of classes made for a memorable weekend experience for all... more »»

Public forums will discuss changes for Murray County Heartland Express

July 11, 2016 Open forums will held soon as Murray County Heartland Express will join forces with Community Transit of Western Community Action on Aug. 1, 2016. more »»

ON THE AGENDA: Marshall City Council

July 11, 2016 Marshall City Council When: 5:30 p.m. more »»

‘Fair but firm’

July 9, 2016 Lakeview’s new principal, Scott Hanson, bringing enthusiasm to position Anyone meeting Lakeview School’s new principal, Scott Hanson, will be able to tell immediately that he has a lot of energy an... more »»



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