The men’s basketball coach at Southwest Minnesota State University and his wife are talking about finding strength to deal with the loss of their five month-old son, who died in a crash when a driver slammed head-on into their car.
The Minnesota pheasant hunting season officially got started Saturday morning, and Gov. Mark Dayton joined the rest of the enthusiasts in the action.
Marshall, MN erected a 9/11 memorial using a bean from one of the Twin Towers.
State conservation services are offering $400,000 in federal funds for drought-affected farmers to plant cover crops so that livestock might be fed and erosion controlled.
The fire that started Saturday night at a Marshall apartment complex has left 21 people homeless at a time when charity organizations are short on funds.
A South Dakota Army National Guard soldier from Milbank has received the South Dakota Medal of Valor for an act of heroism while saying a child’s life.
One of the leaders of Minnesota’s swimming and diving program is leaving to take over the women’s team at Marshall University.
A Republican state senator says she’ll run for Congress against Democrat Collin Peterson.
The temperatures outside have many of us checking the calendar after we broke records across Minnesota on Thursday. The Twin Cities hit 45 degrees, but it was even warmer out west.
Marshall in southwestern Minnesota will host next year’s Governor’s Pheasant Opener.
Marshall Mayor Bob Byrnes said Saturday that the city of Marshall has declared a state of emergency after severe weather that swept through the area Friday afternoon.
The suicides of two 14-year-old girls in Marshall over the weekend have become the second incident of teen suicide in Minnesota in recent weeks.
After two 14-year-old students committed suicide over the weekend in Lyon County, the Marshal Public School District has organized a meeting, scheduled to take place on Tuesday, to discuss concerns relating to student grief.
Grief counselors will be available for students at Marshall Middle School throughout the week as students cope with the loss of two students.
Plans are moving forward for a memorial in downtown Marshall honoring heroes of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.