Michelle Whitesell is stepping down as director of Marysville Main Street as of the end of March, although she will remain as the city’s tourism director.
Several city and school positions in Marshall County are up for election later this year.
Agricultural producers are taking a variety of steps to make it in a tough farm economy.
Vehicles parked on the front yards of Marysville homes are the target of a proposed city ordinance to ban the practice.
The search for an interim superintendent began at a special meeting March 6 when Marysville Unified School District 364 board members went into a half-hour closed session to hear about two potential candidates.
Ten Marysville Kids Wrestling Club members placed in the state tournament last weekend.
Seniors Macy Doebele, Hanover, and Emilee Ebert, Frankfort, received 1A first-team honors in Sunday’s Topeka Capital-Journal’s All-Class selections.
There were 14 area basketball players who were named first-team All-Twin Valley League following last weekend’s state tournaments.
Thirteen Marysville High School Bulldogs received All-North Central Kansas in basketball or wrestling, which was released after the 3A and 4A state basketball tournaments finished last weekend.
Ball season opens Tuesday
Great starts paid off for the Hanover girls’ basketball team, which brought back a 1A runner-up finish Saturday from Dodge City, but what appeared to be the beginnings of a great start in the boys’ tournament turned into a one-and-done trip for the Wildcats.
Winter ended this month with tornado sirens blaring in Alabama and highways collapsed and bridges washed downstream in Nebraska. Climate is wreaking the change that scientists warned it would.
Business people have taken the lead across Kansas calling for Medicaid expansion through their Chambers of Commerce.
Across rural America, small businesses are the heart of main street. From local coffee shops to the hardware store, these businesses employ local residents, provide important services to the community, and serve as anchors for their local economies. With the Consolidated Appropriations Act o…
When St. Patrick’s Day nears, Mick and Jane Keating get out the green and give their kitchen and family room an Irish touch with a string of shamrocks and a “Luck of the Irish” sign on the wall.
Soggy ground kept Marysville Christian Fellowship’s youth group and some adults from doing more in Blue Rapids on Friday than intended.
In 1901, two years after Charles F. Koester had finished the third and final major addition to his home at 919 Broadway and only a year before his death, he wrote in his diary, “Glad I am to have lived to see this wondrous change.”
All of a sudden last week, winter loosened its icy grip on our world here in the Midwest, and among the daffodils and tulips poking up in the backyard, I’m certain I saw hope.
It’s been a grueling winter. We’ve had record snowfalls in parats of Kansas, and cabin fever has taken its toll on all of us.
Former Marysville schools superintendent Bill Oborny’s recent passing served as a time to reflect on how much an individual can do for his community.