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County board talks capital projects, court remodel

January 22, 2014 MARSHALL — Planning for the future was one of the main topics of discussion Tuesday at the Lyon County Board’s regular meeting. more »»

Study shows enrollment gains at Marshall School District

January 22, 2014 MARSHALL — Board members received a thorough summary that detailed enrollment projections in the district through a “Demographics Study” presentation by Hazel Reinhardt at the Marshall School Board... more »»

Lincoln County needs volunteers, board says

January 22, 2014 IVANHOE — In addition to regularly scheduled business, the Lincoln County Board devoted a significant amount of time Tuesday discussing a critical shortage of volunteer first responders in the count... more »»

Making a ‘silent impact’

January 22, 2014 MARSHALL — When he’s not interviewing athletes and supplying sports scores at KSTP-TV, Joe Schmit thinks about how possessing purpose, persistence and passion can affect our lives and those around us. more »»

Packages with a purpose

January 21, 2014 MARSHALL — More than 400 passionate and dedicated volunteers gathered together for the first-ever United Against Hunger food packaging event Monday at the National Guard Armory in Marshal. more »»

Being ready for the worst

January 20, 2014 MARSHALL — Just last month, a train carrying crude oil derailed in Casselton, N.D., causing a fiery explosion and evacuating the town of 2,40. more »»

SW Winter Classic

January 20, 2014 Photo by Cindy Votruba The Marshall Amateur Hockey Association and Hooguh teamed up to put together the first-ever Southwest Winter Classic outdoor hockey tournament Saturday at the Lyon County... more »»

What to do with City Hall

January 18, 2014 MARSHALL — It’s had a long and varied history. But these days, talk about Marshall’s municipal building focuses more on its uncertain future. more »»

Local politicians react to Dayton’s bonding bill

January 18, 2014 MARSHALL — Two Republican District 16 politicians were generally pleased with Gov. more »»

No more vaping indoors if bill passes

January 17, 2014 MARSHALL — In 1975, Minnesota became the first state to ban smoking in public places under the Minnesota Clean Indoor Air Act (MCIAA). more »»

Minnesota steps up to the plate for Lewis and Clark Rural Water

January 17, 2014 MARSHALL — The Lewis and Clark Regional Water System (LCRWS) project started construction in 2003, with the goal of bringing water from the Vermillion, S.D. more »»

Hendricks woman found dead in lake

January 15, 2014 HENDRICKS — A 57-year-old Hendricks woman was found dead in Lake Hendricks Monday, said the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department. At 7:51 a.m. more »»

Sports complex makes Dayton cut; MERIT Center snubbed

January 15, 2014 MARSHALL — While there was never any doubt the city of Marshall would proceed with building what local officials called a regionally-attractive amateur sports complex since passage of a local sales... more »»

Water quality standards pose challenge for treatment plant

January 15, 2014 MARSHALL — The agenda at Tuesday night’s meeting of the Marshall City Council included several informational presentations. However, not all the news presented to council members was good. more »»

‘It’s just second nature’

January 15, 2014 MARSHALL — Many years of working as an EMT had convinced Jerry Bottelberghe to always wear a seat belt. more »»

A vision with different versions

January 14, 2014 MARSHALL — With Gov. Mark Dayton soon to release his list of Capital Investment recommendations for the 2014 session, residents of Marshall and the area have plenty of reason to pay attention. more »»

Dance is the word

January 13, 2014 MARSHALL — It was more about the performance than it was about winning, said a number of dance team members at the 2014 Annual Marshall Tiger Dance Team Invitational on Saturday at Marshall High... more »»

Towering ambition in Tracy

January 13, 2014 TRACY — Jenga players assembled at The Caboose restaurant and bar in Tracy on Friday to build a tower of Jenga and a chance to win a trip for four to a Twins Game. more »»

Former SSU professor at center of fertility clinic investigation

January 13, 2014 The University of Utah is investigating a now-closed fertility clinic in Midvale, Utah, where a former New Ulm man who died in 1997 is believed to have substituted his sperm for another man’s,... more »»

A tasty challenge

January 11, 2014 MARSHALL —?Fourteen teams from FFA chapters across Minnesota came to Southwest Minnesota State University on Friday to make pizz. more »»



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