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  • Murray County Historical Society Awarded Grant

    The Murray County Historical Society was awarded this grant to repaint the round barn. The Murray County Fair Board also received a grant to pay for the paint supplies. Justin Hoffmann, Gerald Magnus, James Jens, Brian Harmsen Chairman of the Murray County Historical Society, Lori Gunnink, Glenn Kluis and Dave Thiner are shown here in front of the Round Barn.

  • The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile came to Jim’s Market of Slayton on Thursday. They gave out free Oscar Mayer hotdogs to everyone. Pictured are employees of Jim’s Market. Kim Carlson, Nate Gerber, Dean Ackerman-Store Manager, Haley Rohe and Dominic Ricci of Oscar Mayer, Paul Huber-Owner and Paul Senst.

  • Murray County Central Ground Breaking Ceremony

    Pictured are Joe Meyer-Superintendent, Margaret Kluis (Class of 1960), Maggie Heezen (Student Body President), Sue Streff (School Board), Van Prahm (Kindergarten student), Lauren Biegler (School Board), Robin Gilbertson (School Board), Tony Clarke (School Board), Todd Burlingame (Elementary Principal), Tom Mesner (School Board), Jake Scandrett (High School Principal), Dan Woldt (Chairman of School Board).

  • Community Transit Grateful For Local Support As New Murray County Bus Arrives

    Pictured left to right: Carmen Hailey, United Community Action Partnership; Slayton City Councilman Chris Jacobson; Tara VanderSteen, Southwest Health and Human Services; Brittany Perish, Maple Lawn Senior Care; Murray County Commissioner Dave Thiner; Cathleen Amick, United Community Action Partnership

  • Bergerson Retires

    Murray County Central elementary teacher Diane Bergerson is sorting through files, cleaning out her desk and putting the final touches on the last school year of her distinguished career. Co-worker Kristy Baker mused, “We’ll miss her stories. It’s not going to be the same around here without Diane.”