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Kmart’s Marshall store closing this summer

March 22, 2014 Marshall’s Kmart will be closing this summer, as part of larger series of cost-saving actions being taken by Sears Holdings, a corporate spokesperson said Friday. more »»

Coroner: Anyasike died of hypothermia

March 21, 2014 MARSHALL — The Lac qui Parle County coroner says Michael Anyasike, the Dawson-Boyd standout football player who was reported missing about 12 hours after sheriff’s deputies responded to a drinking... more »»

Peterson: ‘I’m not ready to go home’

March 20, 2014 MARSHALL — While his job hasn’t been easy during the past few years, U.S. Rep. Collin Peterson says he’s not planning on leaving politics just ye. more »»

Emergency preparedness for everyone

March 20, 2014 MARSHALL — Being prepared is a key part of surviving natural disasters. But a good emergency plan needs to include everyone in the community — especially the people who may be most vulnerable. more »»

Senate’s tax relief includes $200M for transportation, sales tax cut

March 20, 2014 MARSHALL — The Minnesota Senate is proposing a $200 million infusion into transportation spending in its tax relief measure, but District 16 Sen. Gary Dahms said that doesn’t even go far enough. more »»

Victorious Vikings

March 20, 2014 Photo by Stephen Wiblemo The Minneota High School student section shows everyone who’s No. 1 during the Vikings’ win over Browerville in the Class A quarterfinals at Mariucci Arena on Thursday. more »»

Now it’s the girls’ turn

March 20, 2014 Photo by David Merrill Marshall basketball fans took to Mariucci Arena on the U of M campus Wednesday to cheer on the Tiger girls in their Class AAA state quarterfinal game against Chisago Lake. more »»

History comes alive

March 20, 2014 MARSHALL — Along with parents and community members, Holy Redeemer School students and staff took advantage of the one-day opportunity to learn about historical people while attending the 11th annua... more »»

Cause of death for Dawson teen pending

March 19, 2014 MADISON (AP) — Authorities in Lac qui Parle County say the cause of death for a high school standout football player remains under investigatio. more »»

Italian artist featured at SMSU’s Whipple Gallery

March 19, 2014 MARSHALL — Retired Southwest Minnesota State University art professor Ed Evans worked for several years to bring the work of Italian artist Giovanni Lombardini to Marshall. more »»

Drake’s legacy continues to unfold

March 19, 2014 MARSHALL — Some 20 months after her five-month old boy was killed by a drunk driver, Heather Bigler stood inside the State Office Building at the Capitol as a bill designed to come down harder on... more »»

Lyon County positions to become appointed

March 19, 2014 MARSHALL — A proposal to make the Lyon County auditor/treasurer and Lyon County recorder appointed positions instead of elected offices passed with no objections from the public on Tuesday. more »»

Lincoln County gets on board with Move MN Campaign

March 19, 2014 IVANHOE?— At the recommendation of new County Engineer Dave Halbersma, the Lincoln County Board passed a resolution in support of the Move MN Campaign Tuesday. more »»

‘Drake’s Law’ gets its start today

March 18, 2014 MARSHALL — As a basketball player turned coach, Brad Bigler usually spends most of his time in March focusing on the hardwoo. more »»

Peterson says he’ll seek a 13th term

March 18, 2014 MOORHEAD (AP) — Democratic Rep. Collin Peterson said Monday he’ll seek a 13th term representing a western Minnesota congressional district that encompasses Marshall and surrounding countie. more »»

The top beam

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A long-standing tradition in Lucan

March 17, 2014 LUCAN — Decked out in a curly green wig, green shirt and pants down to the shamrocks on her socks, Delores Hogen was ready to take on the role of grand marshal for the 28th annual St. more »»

Cold winter plus light snow means frozen pipes

March 17, 2014 MARSHALL — Near-record low temperatures that have been so common this winter combined with light snow cover mean the frost goes deep, which means frozen water pipes. more »»

Teacher negotiations under way at MPS

March 15, 2014 MARSHALL — According to Marshall Public Schools Superintendent Klint Willert, the process of negotiating teacher contracts is actively under way. more »»



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