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Friday, Apr. 18, 2014
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.
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Committee asks for feedback on proposed school tax levy through survey (04/18/14)
Marshall CARES for Kids is the campaign committee for the recent tax levy proposal for Marshall Public Schools. The...
Children fly kites with MHS students for Young Adults as Parents program (04/18/14)
Marshall Public Schools Parents as Teachers held a "Let's Go Fly a Kite" Thursday, April 17, as part of "Month of a...
Slater school board reorganizes and accepts election results (04/18/14)
Slater School District's Board of Education met for its regular meeting Wednesday, April 16, to accept election results...
Marshall Municipal Utilities rewards employees with pay increases for good performance (04/18/14)
Marshall Municipal Utilities Board of Public Works met for its regular meeting Thursday, April 17, to reward employees...
Commission approves use of courthouse grounds (04/18/14)
Chris Nelson attended the Wednesday, April 16, Saline County Commission meeting to seek approval for use of the...
MCC to host fundraiser for Santa Fe Trail Day (04/18/14)
The Marshall Cultural Council's History Committee is hosting a fundraising even for the Santa Fe Trail Day celebration....
University of Missouri professor and historian to visit MPL (04/18/14)
University of Missouri professor and historian Steven Watts will visit Marshall Public Library at 6:30 p.m. Thursday,...
BMS band students compete at Fayette, multiple selected for district and honor bands (04/17/14)
The Bueker Middle School seventh- and eighth-grade band has made several accomplishments this winter. Several students...
Marshall Chamber of Commerce's Chocolate Festival

Marshall Chamber of Commerce hosted its first Chocolate Fest Friday night, April 11, at Martin Community Center. According to Jill Murray, executive director, there were 72 entries, 100 auction items and 20 vendors for approximately 400 chocolate...

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