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Council talks construction, street projects

June 15, 2016 MARSHALL — Various city construction projects made up a good part of the Marshall City Council’s agenda on Tuesday night. more »»

A worthwhile cause

June 15, 2016 Local Rotary clubs team up for their annual wheelchair drive that helps people in need around the world MARSHALL — Local Rotarians got their hands dirty as they helped pack up wheelchairs for their... more »»

Boys Staters learning how to problem-solve

June 15, 2016 MARSHALL — Some high school boys choose to go to Boys State in order to become better leaders, others are practically dragged there and learn to like it once they know what it is all about. more »»

Back again: Kruse looks forward to another run in 16A

June 15, 2016 MARSHALL — Democrats have long tried to shatter the glass ceiling that long ago formed over Lyon County’s District 16. For the most part, Al Kruse has been the DFLer charged with breaking through. more »»

The boys are back in town

June 14, 2016 MARSHALL — A day after coming together as strangers from across the state, the more than 350 high school seniors-to-be started bonding, learning and development leadership skills as they dived right... more »»

MLCL to seek public input with surveys

June 14, 2016 MARSHALL — The Marshall-Lyon County Library will soon be looking for feedback on its services. more »»

Train wreck clean-up moves ahead in Cottonwood

June 14, 2016 COTTONWOOD — The scene was like something out of a movie, with train cars upended, and train parts and corn all over the place as crews from BNSF and subcontractors assessed the damage caused by... more »»

Survey: Lower cost top reason for changing health plan vendors

June 14, 2016 Survey results to be used to help resolve health care insurance concerns MARSHALL — Studies have shown that the latest hike in health care insurance costs has exceeded any cost of living raise... more »»

Armed robbery at Vick’s Grocery in Hendricks

June 14, 2016 The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a man who it says assaulted an employee of a Hendricks business in an armed robbery Saturday. more »»

Honoring a veteran

June 14, 2016 Photo by Natalie Rademacher The family of Norman “Butch” Stelter looks on as members of the Marshall American Legion fold a flag in Butch’s honor on Tuesday. more »»

Local Republicans endorse Weber, Schomacker and Hamilton

June 14, 2016 Republicans from eight counties gathered together in Edgerton on Friday night to officially endorse the re-election bids of their current state lawmakers. Sen. Bill Weber of Luverne and Reps. more »»

Speaking out

June 13, 2016 Pair from MHS competing at national speech tournament MARSHALL — Two members of the Marshall speech team are competing at the National Speech and Debate Association tournament this week in Salt Lak... more »»

ON THE AGENDA: Marshall City Council

June 13, 2016 When: 5:30 p.m. more »»

Tests of faith

June 11, 2016 They could ask ‘Why us?’ They could seek sympathy. But all the Snell family chooses to do is forge ahead in the face of myriad physical hardships that have turned their lives upside down. more »»

Program created to help those with memory loss, dementia

June 11, 2016 MARSHALL?— About 20 people took part in learning chair exercises followed by potting marigolds at the Marshall Area YMCA on Friday morning. more »»

Music and memories

June 10, 2016 An inspired team from Grace Life Church had the opportunity to direct their gifts and talents toward helping others while on a mission trip in Rwanda in May. more »»

Taking a trip, without going anywhere …

June 10, 2016 Area students were kept hopping while learning about different cultures at Lynd School’s ‘Moovin’, Groovin’ and Learnin’ in the USA’ Culture Camp 2016 LYND — For the past two weeks, students from... more »»

A carver for life

June 9, 2016 89-year-old veteran Tony Kopka keeps busy with his wood carvings Tony Kopka of Marshall served in the U.S. more »»

A big win for adult education

June 9, 2016 Thanks to new legislation just passed this session, SW ABE will receive tuition reimbursement, much more MARSHALL — Believing in the importance of supporting a certified nursing program so much... more »»

 
 
 

 

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