Multiple People Injured in Collision South of Pipestone
TROSKY – Three people were injured in a two-vehicle collision on Highway 75 in Rock County this morning. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, at approximately 8:26 this morning, a 2005 Subaru Legacy was traveling eastbound on County Road 12 and a 2017 Dodge Ram was traveling northbound on Highway 75 when the vehicles collided in the intersection.
Marshall man injured on icy Redwood County road Monday
A Marshall man was injured when his vehicle went into the ditch on icy roads in Redwood County Monday morning. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, on March 20, Rolando Antonio Godoy, age 41, was driving a 2020 Ford F150 eastbound on Highway 19. At about 10:24 a.m., near the intersection with 280th Street, the pickup lost control and rolled into the ditch.
Longie scores 1002 career points for FIS
As the basketball season winds down and high school seniors are recognized for their accomplishments both on and off the court, local hoops fans want to be sure that Malik Longie, of Fort Totten, ND is recognized for all that he’s done for the program at Flandreau Indian School.
EV-W Facing Tall Task at State Boys Basketball Tournament
Eden Valley-Watkins won the section 3-2-A boys basketball title last Wednesday night over Redwood Valley 75-72 at Southwest Minnesota State in Marshall. The Eagles posted a narrow 2-point win on a last second shot over New London-Spicer in the section semifinals. Eden Valley-Watkins head coach Jake Anderson indicated they finally had the opportunity to run the last second play they've been practicing for years and it was great to see the team execute it so well.
Pipestone County Commissioners Meeting Minutes – Feb. 14, 2023
The Pipestone County Commissioners met with Chairman Dan Wildermuth, Commissioners Chris Hollingsworth, Luke Johnson, Doug Nagel, and Dallas Roskamp. County Administrator Steve Ewing was also present. Chairman Wildermuth called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. with the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. AGENDA. Motion by Roskamp, seconded by...
This Week’s Forecast: More Rain, Sleet, and Snow
UNDATED — Today will be sunny and winds will be calm. We haven’t said that much this winter and we won’t say it much this week either. The most recent forecast from the National Weather Service shows a mix of snow, freezing rain, and sleet Tuesday through early Thursday morning.
Loiseau onto State Youth Wrestling
Ten Flandreau Youth Wrestlers competed in the District 8 Tournament on March 4 in Colman and seven earned the right to advance to Regions in Madison on March 11. From the regional competition, Korbin Loiseau in the Bantam 50 pound class was the lone wrestler to advance to state. State...
Dr. Donna Pawlowski Presents at Two Recent Minnesota Conferences
Dr. Donna Pawlowski, department chair and professor of communication studies, presented a session titled, “Mentoring Model Workshop: Reuniting Faculty Through Addressing Mentoring Needs” on September 16, 2022, at the Communication & Theater Association of Minnesota conference in Marshall, Minn. She was also at the conference elected president-elect of the association, which combines the interests of communication and theater teachers and professors across the state of Minnesota.
Notice to Contractors SAP 042-614-025 Bidding on April 14th, 2023
S.A.P. 042-614-025 Major Quantities Comprising Approximately:. Electronic versions of plans/proposals are available to view/download at our public dashboard site at https://mn-co-lyon.app.rtvision.com/oneoffice. Look under “Bidding” tab (1). Paper plans/proposals may be examined at the Lyon County Highway Department (1). Paper plans/proposals may be purchased from the Lyon County Highway...
MnDOT closes portion of Hwy. 14; no-travel advised for SW Minnesota
Another snowstorm is making its way across the state.
UCAP anticipating money for food, shelter programs
United Community Action Partnership Inc., on behalf of Jackson, Redwood, Cottonwood, Lincoln, Murray, Rock, Pipestone and Nobles counties, is anticipating Federal funds under the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program Phase 40 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the area. The selection will be made by a local board that consists of representatives from the Salvation Army, American Red Cross, Council of Jewish Federations, Catholic Charities, USA National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA. Local non-profits Lutheran Social Services and United Community Action Partnership will provide the administrative staff. Selected grantees will be required to establish an EFSP account to become considered a Local Recipient Organization (LRO). Under the terms of the grant from the National Board, local government or private voluntary organizations chosen to receive funds must be non-profit, have an accounting system and conduct and annual audit, practice non-discrimination., and have demonstrated the capability to deliver emergency food and /or shelter programs. If they are a private voluntary organization, they must have a voluntary board.
Augustana Baseball Opens NSIC Play with Series Win
OMAHA, Neb.--The Augustana baseball team defeated Southwest Minnesota State in the first two games of the three-game series to capture the series win on Sunday. The Vikings begin the conference season 2-0 and move to 13-9 overall in 2023. SMSU drops to 8-4 overall and begins NSIC action 0-2. Game One: Augustana 2, Southwest Minnesota State 1.
MnDOT closes stretch of Highway 14, advises no travel in Marshall area
WILLMAR (KMHL) – The Minnesota Department of Transportation has closed a stretch of U.S. Highway 14 in southwest Minnesota, and is advising no travel in parts of the region. According to MnDOT, strong winds and heavy snow have created poor visibility and drifts which are quickly backfilled as soon as they are plowed along many southwest Minnesota highways.
Flier girls BEC and LCC All-Conference selections
Flandreau placed three girls on the Lake Central Conference All Conference team. All-LCC Flier selections are Lily Klein, Lizzie Pavlis and Claire Sheppard. The Fliers finished in a three way tie for second place in the LCC standings. Hamlin won the title. In the Big East Conference, the Flier girls...
17th Annual Fine Arts Celebration: March 28-May 5
The 17th Annual SMSU Fine Arts Celebration returns March 28 through May 5. The celebration features creative works from the Fine Arts and Communication Department and the Creative Writing Program. “We are really excited about our schedule of events this year,” said Dr. John Ginocchio, chair of the Fine Arts...
Church Directory for the Week of March 22-30, 2023
Ruthton Country Church, Full Gospel-Non-denominational church; Pastor Frank Vanderbush, 507-658-3917. Sundays: 10 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship service. Bible Studies Sundays at 9 a.m. Find us at countrychurch.co on Facebook and Youtube @ Country Church of Ruthton for online messages and events. St. Leo Catholic Church, Msgr. Gerald Kosse, 415 South...
Forensics Team Places 2nd, Zeug Takes 1st in Informative Speaking
The SMSU Forensics (Speech) Team traveled to Mankato, Minn. for the annual Minnesota State Speech and Debate championship in late February. The students from SMSU earned 2nd place in the limited entry team sweepstakes. Jenna Zeug, a senior from Marshall, led the way, placing 4th in After Dinner Speaking, 4th...
Probate of Will – Estate of Peggy Ralene O’Neill
In Re the Estate of Peggy Ralene O’Neill, Decedent. Notice is hereby given that an application for informal appointment of personal representative has been filed with the Probate Registrar. No Will has been presented for probate. The application has been granted. Notice is also given that the Probate Registrar...
WE DID IT!
Vikings earn return trip to state with an upset victory. Like bees protecting the hive, the Minneota swarmed all over the court to protect what has belonged to them for several years; the section trophy and a berth in the state tournament. Minneota turned up its defensive pressure in the...
Moody County 4H Robotics headed to international competitions
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - Two teams will represent South Dakota at the International First Lego League competitions held this spring. Both of the teams are in the Moody County 4-H Robotics Club. Team Burning Breakfast Burritos. Team Burning Breakfast Burritos from Flandreau, South Dakota, was selected for...
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