Marshall County commissioners expect to decide Monday on whether to let the public vote on a proposed half-cent, 10-year sales tax for Community Memorial Healthcare in the November election .
Voters will have a chance to hear from candidates for the Marshall County Board of Commissioners at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 25, at the Marysville City Building.
After waiting for the right moisture conditions, construction workers laid the gym floor in the new activity center and relaid concrete block in parts of five restrooms in Marysville Junior-Senior High schools recently.
A sleek set of 5-foot-tall fiberglass black squirrels arrived on a trailer in City Park Tuesday as artists and sponsors hauled them away for painting.
Numbers are “way up” for animal exhibits and new vendors at the Marshall County Fair that starts later this week, said fair board president Bob Lindquist.
A routine ground ball to Ben Kirkland at second base and his throw to first ended an emotional roller coaster of baseball action for Marysville’s Junior Legion team last Thursday in zone play and earned the locals entry into the state tournament.
More rain Tuesday has forced zone baseball games to be moved to Larks Park, Hays, for Wednesday.
Top-seeded Post 163 had eight days off before the local American Legion baseball team opened zone 7 and 8 tournament play in Russell.
Twelve pool records were broken Saturday at Sabetha by members of Marysville Swim Team and that aided in a runner-up finish during the Sunflower League meet.
Corning established a 5-0 lead Sunday against visiting Seneca and rolled that into a 10-2 win to to start AA zone play in Wathena.
Almost two weeks ago members of Marysville Swim Team set 12 records at Sabetha’s pool, the site of Saturday’s Sunflower League meet.
Marshall County commissioners have the opportunity to show leadership Monday and place the CMH half-cent sales tax question on November’s ballot to let voters decide.
At Monday’s City Council meeting, someone mentioned how fortunate this town was to be discussing ways to manage the finish line of the Sept. 8 Pony Express 120 Gravel Dash, a cycling event that draws riders from across the U.S. and Canada. The riders, after racing 120 miles on gravel roads a…
This week on Independence Day in Marysville we could be celebrating the introduction of a fun new outdoor activity already played in hundreds of communities throughout the state and nation if the mayor and City Council had acted on a proposal brought to them on May 14.
One of the first items resident Marie Fett shared with the staff at The Lighthouse in Marysville was her framed “cookie lady” award from her church.
Thirty-seven quilts are on exhibit at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art, Marysville, until July 22. The exhibition, “Heart of America,” features quilts created and owned by residents from Marshall County and Washington County.
Kudos to those who participate, and to those who saunter forth to proclaim their ideas and opinions.
My husband, Matt, and I embarked on a journey last week to Germany with 2017 MHS grad Jayton Haggard in tow. As I sat on our flight to Dublin, I was struck with the need to jot down a few thoughts.
I spent the good part of a day in Marysville on June 3 for the Jolly Jogathon, watching my wife and college-aged daughter compete in a variety of events. Well past my athletic prime, and wise enough to know so, I was happy to drag my lawn chair around after them and enjoy the experience.