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August 16, 2016 Candidate joins race in Ward 2 FAIRMONT — Ed Willett has filed as a candidate to represent Ward 2 on the Fairmont City Council. Ruth Cyphers filed to run for the position earlier. more »»

Vets memorial moving along

August 15, 2016 FAIRMONT — A plaque stands in Fairmont representing veterans, but as time has passed, erosion and damage caused it to deteriorate, leaving the city with concerns and questions about a replacement. more »»

Bryant headlines entertainment

August 15, 2016 Of all the things people enjoy about county fairs, from food, to displays, to rides for the kids, the entertainment is among the cream of the cro. more »»

Hundreds help at 4-H food stand

August 15, 2016 County fairs across Minnesota are in the process of providing opportunities, entertainment and an end-of-the-summer activity for families before school stress rolls around. more »»

19th Pork Cook Off set for Wednesday

August 15, 2016 FAIRMONT?— The 19th Annual Martin County Blue Ribbon Pork Cook Off will be held Wednesday at the Martin County Fairgrounds The event is sponsored by the Agri-Business Committee of the Fairmont Area... more »»

Poultry making return to fair

August 15, 2016 The 4-H poultry competition at the Martin County Fair has been revived this year, following last year’s hiatus when the program was suspended as a precaution due to the avian flu outbreak. more »»

Transit board tackles changes

August 13, 2016 TRUMAN — The Faribault-Martin County transit system board of directors addressed the upheaval in the program on Friday. more »»

Waste facility reviews July’s intake

August 13, 2016 TRUMAN — The Prairieland board of directors on Friday discussed the July tipping fees, monthly averages and expectations for August. more »»

Fairmont man facing domestic assault count

August 13, 2016 FAIRMONT — A 53-year-old man is facing a felony charge in Martin County after allegedly assaulting a family member. more »»

Johnson joins race for mayor

August 13, 2016 FAIRMONT — Richie Johnson filed on Friday as a candidate for Fairmont mayor, making it a two-way race. Deb Foster filed for the position earlier this week. more »»

Coffee hours slated at church

August 13, 2016 CEYLON — Coffee hours continue from 8:30-10 a.m. each Tuesday during the month of August at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Sherburn. more »»

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August 13, 2016 Search on for Mrs. Martin County APPLE VALLEY — Applications are being accepted for the title of Mrs. Martin County. The entry deadline is Oct. 31. Mr. more »»

Museum will re-open in April

August 12, 2016 WELCOME — “Coffee hours” will continue from 8:30-10 a.m. each Tuesday during August at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Sherburn. Join friends for fellowship. n Welcome City Council will meet 6 p.m. more »»

Broadband study nears completion

August 12, 2016 FAIRMONT — The Martin County Broadband Steering Committee met Thursday to review a draft of its final feasibility study report, before presenting it to county commissioners next week. more »»

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August 12, 2016 Hasek files for Ward 4 council seat FAIRMONT — Wayne Hasek has filed to represent Ward 4 on the Fairmont City Council. Ward 4 currently is represented by Terry Anderson, who has filed for re-election. more »»

Church builds connection

August 12, 2016 As summer fades, members of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Fairmont keep the energy and spirit alive by reliving the experience of their mission trip to Guatemala in July. more »»

GHEC board OKs proposal

August 12, 2016 GRANADA — Granada-Huntley-East Chain School Board on Thursday gathered community members’ opinions on a cooperative agreement with Truman and Martin Luther for girls basketball. more »»

Foundation’s aim: Help people here

August 11, 2016 FAIRMONT — As her legacy and to keep her passions alive, Juanita Ellen (Tuebner) Schmeeckle donated assets of about $10 million to the betterment of Martin County. more »»

9/11 exhibit coming to county fair

August 11, 2016 It doesn’t seem like it’s been 15 years since our country was spun into emotional turmoil from the events of Sept. 11, 2001. more »»

Main Street work moves ahead

August 11, 2016 BLUE EARTH — Blue Earth’s Main Street reconstruction project has progressed ahead of schedule over the summer, despite a few weather-related setbacks. more »»

 
 
 

 

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