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Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017
Another derelict Marshall building erased (02/25/17)
A building that has seen several generations come and go in Marshall took little more than an hour to be brought down...
Robin Hood attempts to elude Dark Monk in upcoming MHS play (02/24/17)
The Marshall High School Theater Department will present "Robin Hood," by Don Nigro, on March 1-3 at 7 p.m. each night...
Sedalia woman charged with two drug-related felonies (02/24/17)
A Sedalia woman faces two felony charges and three misdemeanors after an alleged incident on U.S. Highway 65 Wednesday...
Marshall man charged with failure to register as sex offender, violating offender restrictions (02/24/17)
Two felony accounts pertaining to regulations for sex offenders were filed by the Saline County Prosecutor's Office...
Children's author shares stories, experiences with community (02/24/17)
For Author Claudia Mills, Wednesday, Feb. 22, was full of book readings and workshops as part of Missouri Valley...
Southeast School on lockdown after male subject removed this morning (Updated at 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23) (02/24/17)
This morning, Friday, Feb. 24, the Marshall Police Department responded to Southeast Elementary where there were...
Middle schoolers vow to show kindness (02/23/17)
Almost every student's hand found its way in the air after the students were asked the question, "How many girls in...
Collision temporarily blocks eastbound College St. traffic (Updated Feb. 23 at 3:15 p.m.) (02/23/17)
A collision involving two pick-up trucks temporarily blocks one lane of traffic on College Street at the intersection...

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-- Posted by EiEiO on Sat, Feb 25, 2017, at 12:41 AM

I never liked seeing when other users would send multiple comments in a row, I even mentioned how annoying it was--and to be polite, to wait for a response.

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