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  • The team totals and sponsor dollars raised for the 22nd Relay For Life – was well over $75,000! A new record for Murray County!

  • Minnwest Bank Supports MCC with Donation

    A generous gift to Murray County Central high school from Minnwest Bank and Minnwest Corporation has provided 120 new Chromebooks and four mobile lab carts, just in time for a new school year and expanding learning opportunities for all 7th-12th grade students.

  • Rohrer Visits Haiti And Shares His Trip

    Grant Rohrer of Slayton, recently completed his freshman year at Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa, where he is a member of the men’s basketball team. On May 29th, he began a nine-day trip with eight team members and two coaches to Haiti, where they served with United Christians International constructing a home, leading basketball clinics and assisting to improve English language skills with children.

  • Shop With A Cop

    Hearts and Hands of Murray County hosted the Shop With a Cop event at MCC Elementary on August 14. Officers Jesse Hoffmann and Jake Jenson from the Slayton Police Department helped distribute school supplies to 19 lucky students. This event provides an opportunity for students to receive all of necessary school supplies for the upcoming school year, while also having a positive interaction with local law enforcement officers. Special thanks goes out to Jesse Hoffmann, Jake Jenson, the Slayton American Legion Auxiliary for helping to provide school supplies, and to the Plaid Moose for providing a free lunch for the officers.

  • Slayton Area Chamber of Commerce Traveling Trophy for the month of August went to Laura Mae’s Salon. Pictured are Carla Frisvold, Barb Staples, Cheri Jacobson of Carlson’s Northside (last months recipient), Nona Magnussen, Laura Mae Winge, Kim Holm, Carrie Zens, and Maddy Robinson.