Farmers Cooperative’s Waterville branch had taken in about 200,000 bushels of corn by Monday, while harvest in northern Marshall County hadn’t started.
Marshall County sanitarian Marlene Stamm told county commissioners Monday that she is handling a wastewater complaint in Vermillion.
Special education, a new ag complex, vaping and the search for a new superintendent were discussed by Marysville USD 364 Board of Education candidates during last Thursday’s candidate forum at Marysville City Building.
Taxes, financial strategies, road improvements and wages received attention from City Council and mayoral candidates during last Thursday’s candidate forum.
Community Memorial Healthcare officials spoke at a town hall meeting in downtown Frankfort Monday, explaining a proposed half-cent county sales tax and fielding questions about patient transfers and contact with federal and state lawmakers.
The anticipated showdown between No. 1-ranked Hanover, a team on a 43-game winning streak, and No. 2-ranked Axtell, a team that has won five straight, kicks off a three-week district battle for the top seed going into the playoffs.
Marysville spotted Wamego 14 points and then ruined the Red Raiders’ homecoming Friday to march on to a 5-0 record, 2-0 in district play.
It was a Kamble Haverkamp Friday night as the Centralia quarterback rushed 23 times for 315 yards and three touchdowns and completed 75 percent of his passes for 62 yards and a touchdown.
Shuffling will start to happen in the eight-man Division II District 3 standings where Frankfort leads at 4-0 and Axtell and Hanover are tied for second at 3-0.
Centralia rose from No. 5 in 1A to No. 4 after Valley Heights lost 26-12 Friday at Jackson Heights.
No matter the circumstances, Axtell has a boys’ cross country team that remains competitive.
Marysville and its surrounding areas in Marshall County recently lost the curbside recycling service provided byTemps Disposal. The trash hauler simply couldn’t sustain it financially, with markets growing scarce. No one should expect a business to take recyclables at a loss.
The Advocate and KNDY Radio are prepared to query the candidates at this week’s election forum at 7 p.m. Thursday in Marysville City Building.
Marshall County residents have long shown their desire to maintain and grow local communities. The prospects for this only increase with a financially sound and independent hospital. Community Memorial Healthcare carries its name because it is owned by all of us — this county community. Its …
The Marysville High School drama department will present “The Radium Girls” at 2 p.m. Sunday and 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art.
The next Kansas Honor Flight for regional veterans will depart Tuesday. It is the largest group taken from this area since the beginning of the program here four years ago, according to organizer Ron Grauer of the Marysville American Legion.
Marae Zimmerman, Oketo, is the owner of Pony Express Tanning and Trading Company, the former Sunflower Exchange, at 905 Broadway in the Koester Block.
Being a leader is never easy. Organizing a large group of volunteers is especially difficult. Ask anyone who has ever put together a big event whether they felt as if they were herding cats and they likely said yes.
After working for two months in our school district, I am thoroughly impressed with the district’s people and those within the community surrounding the district. What a wonderful supportive community.
It seems every few years I get the opportunity to supply a ride; not for my kids, friends or those who’ve imbibed too much. No, I have the chance to help a hitchhiker move a little farther down the road toward destinations unknown.