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Community Progress Feature Stories
Each year in late winter, The Marshall Democrat-News publishes a series of special sections that include stories featuring local businesses, organizations and projects that represent the community's progress over the preceding year or so.
McCarthy Auto Group drive for hope
Breast cancer is a battle that affects our mothers, sisters, wives, our friends and their loved ones, and one local...
Elementary principals suggests a second reconfiguration of grade levels
Northwest Elementary Principal Janine Machholz and Eastwood Elementary Principal Darci McFail returned to the Marshall...
Slater to host fall festivities, update city improvements
Slater held Its bimonthly city council meeting Tuesday, Oct. 21, to discuss the coming fall months. After the...
Local boy informs city council about fundraising efforts for Ayden Wright
Connor McGraw, friend of 12-year-old Ayden Wright who's fighting pancreatic and liver cancer, attended the Marshall...
Area school lunch menu 10/27-10/31
Marshall Elementary Schools and Bueker Middle Schools Monday -- Breakfast: Waffles, fresh apple; sausage biscuit, fresh...
SFCC A.E.L. department announces registration/enrollment dates
The A.E.L department at State Fair Community College announces registration/enrollment and start dates for the...
MHS announces Meyer as teacher of the month
Marshall High School Principal Royal Peterson recognized David Meyer as Marshall High School teacher of the month at...
Evening accident leaves no injuries
Juana D. Garcia Centeno, 27, of Marshall, was involved in a one-vehicle accident at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, on...
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2014 Democrat-News Car Show
The Marshall Democrat-News held its annual car show Saturday, Oct. 4, on the downtown square. Around 65 vehicles were entered and the streets were filled with spectators.
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