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Digital dangers

March 29, 2014 MARSHALL — It’s difficult enough to keep up with technology these days, and being the parent of a teenager can be even more challenging than most would care to admit, which is why Marshall Public... more »»

Fun with grammar

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MCMC board votes on interim CEO

March 28, 2014 The Murray County Medical Center board has voted to contract with John Osse as interim CEO, pending a legal review of the contract and background check, according to Murray County Auditor-Treasurer... more »»

These gardens aren’t just fairy tales

March 28, 2014 MARSHALL — It’s not hard to bring a little magic to your garden — or even your houseplants, for that matter. All it takes is imagination, said Stephanie DeJaeghere. more »»

Playwright to share his Shakespeare experience in Dawson

March 28, 2014 Back when he was 11 years old, Minnesota playwright Jeffrey Hatcher decided to adapt and direct his fellow fifth-graders in one of Shakespeare’s notable tragedies. more »»

Printing of paper moving from Marshall

March 27, 2014 MARSHALL — For more than 80 years, the Marshall Messenger, now the Independent, has been printed in Marshall. Starting on Monday, April 7, that will chang. more »»

MCMC board votes on interim CEO

March 27, 2014 The Murray County Medical Center board has voted to contract with John Osse as interim CEO, pending a legal review of the contract and background check, according to Murray County Auditor-Treasurer... more »»

10 years later, House of Hope still going strong

March 27, 2014 MARSHALL — A time for reflection and entertainment while helping out a valued community asset is in store for this weekend. more »»

Snow out as MCMC CEO

March 26, 2014 SLAYTON — The regular meeting of the Murray County Medical Center Board on Tuesday was short and routine and was immediately followed by a question-and-answer session that was neither. more »»

Murray County Medical Center still at the center of controversy

March 26, 2014 SLAYTON?— The Murray County Medical Center board of directors as promised made itself available to the public for questions on Tuesday night and enlisted the services of a moderator to try and keep... more »»

Businesses voice assessment concerns

March 26, 2014 MARSHALL — A trio of hearings on planned street projects drew a crowd at the Marshall City Council meeting Tuesday night. more »»

Marshall School Board OKs roofing project, make-up days

March 26, 2014 MARSHALL — Thirteen action items and a presentation by fourth-grade teachers Vicki Myers and Kala Kopitski topped the conversations at the Marshall School Board meeting Tuesday. more »»

Charges filed for party that led to Anyasike’s death

March 25, 2014 MADISON (AP) — Prosecutors have filed misdemeanor charges against a father and son accused of hosting an underage drinking party attended by a star student-athlete from Dawson who was later found... more »»

GF Police investigating death at Project Turnabout

March 25, 2014 GRANITE FALLS — Granite Falls Police say they are investigating the death of a person at Project Turnabout this past the weekend. more »»

‘Teaching Truth’

March 25, 2014 MARSHALL — The Marshall Area Christian School will present its seventh annual Promise Banquet at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Southwest Minnesota State University PE gymnasium. more »»

Drug court graduates 16th participant

March 25, 2014 MARSHALL — It was more than a milestone to celebrate. The ceremony at the Lyon County courthouse represented a chance for one area man to make a new start. more »»

Third (over)time's no charm

March 24, 2014 MARSHALL — The Marshall Tigers girls basketball team celebrated its Class AAA second-place state tournament finish with parents, friends and fans Sunday at the Marshall High School performing arts... more »»

Prepping for prom

March 24, 2014 MARSHALL — They were getting ready for a special night early. But for the area teens gathered at Marshall High School on Saturday morning, just picking out a prom dress was an event in itsel. more »»

MPS closing in on teacher contract approval

March 22, 2014 MARSHALL — The second step in the process of teacher negotiations is complete, with 92 percent of Marshall Public School staff approving the new contract this week. more »»

A Main concern

March 22, 2014 MARSHALL — Motorists tired of dodging potholes on Main Street in Marshall will have to wait a bit before the ragged road receives an overdue long-term overhaul, but an immediate solution has been... more »»

 
 

 

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