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Ivanhoe School Board to appeal decision

February 7, 2014 The Ivanhoe School Board is appealing the decision of an independent arbitrator awarding the Hendricks School District $1.2 million in damages for breach of the Interdistrict Cooperation Agreement. more »»

Seifert humbled by caucus victory

February 6, 2014 MARSHALL — Outside of the political spectrum, Tuesday night was just another frigid February night. more »»

Heading to nationals

February 6, 2014 MARSHALL — A team of four culinology students and an alternate from Southwest Minnesota State University will travel to Portland, Or. more »»

Lyon County Board talks capital projects planning

February 5, 2014 MARSHALL — A strategic planning session for Lyon County capital improvement projects made up the majority of discussion for Lyon County Commissioners on Tuesda. more »»

Seifert leads Marshall straw poll after GOP caucuses

February 5, 2014 MARSHALL — The Marty Seifert campaign buttons and brochures spread out on tables at the site of local Republican precinct caucuses in Marshal. more »»

Lyon County DFLers meet to elect delegates, draft resolutions

February 5, 2014 MARSHALL — About 40 members of the Lyon County Democratic Farmer-Labor Party met at St. more »»

Lincoln County Board endorses e-notices

February 5, 2014 IVANHOE — The Lincoln County Board on Tuesday passed a resolution of support 4-1 endorsing a legislation that would allow counties to publish public notices on county websites. more »»

School board learns how tech grant benefits MMS science classroom

February 4, 2014 MARSHALL — Marshall School Board members had the opportunity to practice dissecting frogs at the work session meeting Monda. more »»

Man dies in grain bin incident in YMC

February 4, 2014 A 77-year-old man died Monday after apparently becoming buried in a grain bin in rural Clarkfield in Yellow Medicine County. more »»

Harping on the prairie

February 4, 2014 MARSHALL The harp is one of the oldest instruments known. The Psalms of King David were composed for harp, and harps have been found in ancient tombs in Mesopotamia. more »»

Marshall dance team advances to state

February 3, 2014 MARSHALL — Members of the Marshall Tiger Dance Team will be heading to Target Center in two weeks, to compete in the state dance tournament. more »»

Having an ice time

February 3, 2014 HENDRICKS — The day was clear, the fish houses were snug against the wind blowing across frozen Lake Hendricks, and everyone seemed to be in a good mood. more »»

City hall issues give building group plenty to think about

February 1, 2014 MARSHALL — Discussion on the future of Marshall’s city hall building continued Friday morning, though definite plans have yet to take shap. more »»

New Fogarty mural for Marshall is unveiled

February 1, 2014 MARSHALL — As people gathered around the canvas displayed in the lobby at the Schwan Community Center for the Performing Arts Friday night, their comments tended to fall into two categories. more »»

Food4Kids packs snacks for school children

January 31, 2014 MARSHALL — Thanks to Marshall Food4Kids, a lot of Marshall grade school students are going home on weekends with healthy snacks. more »»

Marshall dancers gear up for sectionals

January 31, 2014 MARSHALL — In the last week, the Marshall Tiger dance team has touched up its routines, getting ready as it heads for Section 3AA competition Saturday in Mound Westonka. more »»

MHS snow week royalty

January 31, 2014 Photo by Deb Gau Candidates for Marshall High School’s 2014 Snow Week royalty were chosen this week. Candidates are: Front row: Michelle Deutz, Sydney Griffin and Jayme Citrowske. more »»

MMU Commission awards pipeline bids

January 30, 2014 MARSHALL — A major city utility project moved another step forward Wednesday, as members of the Marshall Municipal Utilities Commission voted to award bids for a pipeline connecting the city with a... more »»

SMSU facing a $3.2M budget deficit

January 30, 2014 MARSHALL — The next six weeks are going to be critical for Southwest Minnesota State University, as the institution looks for ways to address a $3.2 million projected deficit for fiscal year 2015. more »»

The comfort of animals

January 30, 2014 MARSHALL — Residents at Heritage Pointe Senior Living hosted social work students from Southwest Minnesota State University, along with several cats on Wednesday. more »»



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