The weather last year was extremely variable across the state and Marshall County.
Marshall County Commissioner Lynn Feldhausen, Frankfort, who died Friday, was remembered this week as a dedicated public servant with a kind spirit.
Plans for Marysville’s historic depot will be the focus of a public meeting at 4 p.m. Monday at Marysville City Building, 209 N. Eighth St.
Marshall County Commissioner Lynn Feldhausen, Frankfort, died Friday morning.
The Marshall County commissioners signed a contract Monday with Loyd Builders, Ottawa, to determine the cost for a jail expansion.
Marysville did what it could to try to contain Nemaha Central in a girls' basketball game Friday evening, but the visitors had too many weapons.
Marysville fought back from a pair of 10-point deficits in the second quarter to tie the game at 21-all after a Dalton Denner 3-pointer Friday night in a semifinal Thunder Classic game against host Nemaha Central.
With the potential for severe winter weather Friday, the Marysville and Nemaha Central C-team girls' basketball game was cancelled and other games times were moved up.
The top four seeds advanced to the semifinal round in the Twin Valley League girls’ tournament that was to start at 3 p.m. today in Frankfort.
After a 31-13 win Saturday against the Indianapolis Colts in the American Football Conference playoffs, Kansas City earned a home game for the division championship Sunday against the New England Patriots.
Three of the four area teams ranked in this week’s Kansas Basketball Coaches Association poll are girls.
Gov. Laura Kelly pulled back the curtains and allowed the sun to shine in Kansas once again on Monday.
The Marysville Union Pacific Depot Preservation Society will hold a public meeting at 4 p.m. Jan. 21 at the Marysville City Building, 209 N. Eighth St.
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Send calendar information to Advocate, Box 271, Marysville, KS 66508, 785-562-2317 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Community Calendar also is available online at marysvilleonline.net.
“That’s the thing about rural Kansas,” Corie Brown wrote. “No one lives there, not anymore.”
Every year the Marshall County Arts Cooperative tries to bring something new to its annual musical revue fundraiser. This year that comes in the form of three performers who take the stage for the first time.
Dear Gov. Kelly,
Well, that sure did not take long.
Marshall County has some stunning cemetery scenery. This past fall I took an afternoon field trip with some Marshall County Historical Society volunteers to see the Gumm Cemetery, a 19th century burial place on private land west of Kansas Highway 99 in the southern part of the county.