Wednesday May 15
Minnesota Public Radio
A day of record toasty weather
A breezy push of hot, dry air from the south coupled with a strong mid-May sun pushed afternoon temperatures into record territory.
Hats off to MAFAC
Congratulations to the Marshall Area Fine Arts Council on the fine array of music for the 2012-13 concert series.
On bonding prospects, mayor says it's up to legislators
Marshall Mayor Bob Byrnes said Friday that if a bonding bill comes out of the Capitol this year and the city's regional amateur sports facility is left out, the prospects of the project getting bonding money in the future are basically slim to none.
Minimum Wage Hike Clears MN Senate
A bill boosting Minnesota's minimum wage was approved by the Senate Wednesday in a 39 to 28 party-line vote.
Margaret Marie Hoffmann
Mass of Christian Burial will be 11 a.m., Wednesday, May 8, at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in New Ulm with Monsignor John A. Richter celebrating the Mass.
Soon crunch time at the Capitol
That's the sound of the clock ticking down until the mandated adjournment of the 2013 legislative session.
Sen.: Marijuana bill has - long road' ahead
Calling Minnesotans a compassionate people, a lead official with a Minnesota group looking to legalize marijuana for medical purposes expressed optimism Thursday that the state is moving closer to someday passing a law that would allow those with serious illnesses access to marijuana if recommended by their doctor.
Sister Idamarie (Irene) Primus
ST. JOSEPH, Minn. - Sister Idamarie Primus, O.S.B, 90, who served as a parish administrator at St.
Otis meets with congressional representatives
Bill Otis, president and Chief Executive Officer of NU-Telecom, visited the offices of 2nd District Rep.