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Wednesday, Sep. 28, 2016

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District candidates for state office debate Missouri issues (09/27/16)
Five candidates for the state legislature took center stage Tuesday, Sept. 27, as the Mar-Saline branch of the National...
County government discusses proposed courthouse sidewalk project, potential state election requirement changes (09/27/16)
A proposed $113,000 project would replace the sidewalks on the grounds of the Saline County Courhouse, as well as the...
Holiday project donation needs lead Sept. Inter-Agency Council discussion (09/27/16)
The annual Holiday Project for the Saline County Inter-Agency Council, now less than three months away, featured...
Quilts draw hundreds to annual two-day show (09/27/16)
A skill that serves the purpose of providing warmth and comfort is now seen by some as a form of art. And that talent...
Owens pleads not guilty at arraignment (09/27/16)
Donald Bruce Owens was arraigned Monday, Sept. 26, on charges of two counts of first degree murder, two counts of armed...
Vote Viking: Missouri Valley College to celebrate Homecoming 2016 (09/27/16)
MARSHALL --The Missouri Valley College community will celebrate Homecoming festivities Sept. 30-Oct. 2 on the MVC...
Cornhuskers strengthen ag roots through state competition (09/26/16)
In a field of corn, where children tossed ears and cutters sliced through rows of crops, teamsters lead their...
Forum planned for state candidates (09/26/16)
Another candidate forum will give the public an opportunity to meet candidates, this time featuring those running for...

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Nicolas Corona-Garcia, 37, was arrested at his place of employment in rural Marshall, by MPD and the county sheriff's department respectively. Both were arrested for Endangering the Welfare of a Child, and Corona-Garcia was also arrested for Violation of U.S. Immigration Laws. He was later released to deportation officers, according to the release.

-- Posted by EiEiO on Tue, Sep 27, 2016, at 6:25 PM


Never news worthy.

-- Posted by EiEiO on Tue, Sep 27, 2016, at 6:23 PM

What about the salary of the new city administrator? It was such an important news item when the former administrator was hired, I think there should be some information given to the taxpayers in Marshall.

-- Posted by intrigued on Tue, Sep 27, 2016, at 10:27 AM

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