Update 16 city street blocks in one year or several each year for five years. These two approaches to the city’s five-year street plan were the topic of debate Monday at the Marysville City Council meeting.
Motorists who park on the emergency snow removal routes during snowstorms run the risk of being fined between $25 and $100.
A construction manager for the proposed Marshall County Jail expansion project could be on board soon.
On Monday Marysville City Council will review a proposal to rezone downtown Marysville to encourage more living spaces.
Broken deer statues and one recent attempted theft in the yard at the Koester House Museum & Gardens have spurred the Marysville City Council and the Koester House Museum Foundation to purchase a security system for both the exterior and interior of the museum.
Marysville is proving it can dominate in wrestling duals or tournaments, according to recent Bulldog performances.
The Frankfort girls’ basketball team went 3-0 and won the Wabaunsee tournament last week for a 4-0 start to the season.
Frankfort, which went 2-1 in the Wabaunsee Tournament last week, finished third after a tiebreaker.
Marysville wrestlers Jack Lott, Brody Lister and Keegan Caudillo placed in Saturday’s Onaga invitational and six wrestlers won or placed in the junior varsity portion of the event.
Basketball season ended for Marysville’s eighth-grade girls’ team after Monday’s 32-26 loss to Abilene in a first-round North Central Kansas League tournament game at Chapman.
Preseason favorite Marysville remained No. 1 in the Kansas Wrestling Coaches Association 4A poll as of its Dec. 6 release.
Many local residents choose to spend in their home county for the holidays. As a result, their purchases go directly into the local economy, rippling out to benefit all those who live here.
Sen. Jerry Moran stopped by Marysville Rotary Club Monday and afterward said that across the state in recent months he’s heard from many about the Trump administration’s trade wars now affecting agriculture, as well as other industries.
The federal government released its Fourth National Climate Assessment this week. It describes the growing body of scientific research that bodes devastating effects of climate change.
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With Christmas Day fast approaching, buying gift certificates from local businesses can speed up last-minute shopping.
Siblings Ryder, 6, and Julia Heinen, 9, Blue Rapids, walk up Broadway in Marysville as a light shower falls during Saturday’s Santa Parade. Santa rode in a fire truck to his house in Koester Block Park.
I got my first tattoo at the age of 18. My small high school class’ eight fresh-faced male graduates traveled (with our slightly less-excitable nine female classmates) to the Missouri Ozarks. Somewhere, on the way there or in the midst of southern Mizzou’s enchantment, the boys decided getti…
How do we increase healthy, fresh foods in rural America? One way is to identify new opportunities for people to access food. Here are five suggestions for your community.
It’s been several weeks since the announcement that Mercy Hospital in Fort Scott will close by the end of the year.