Marshall County’s appraised value in 2018 grew to $754,317,400.
By Sarah Kessinger
The first principle a reader can learn from Narnia stories is to enjoy the beauty of Aslan’s creation, said Will Vaus, who has studied the works of C.S. Lewis since childhood.
School finance, voter suppression and the ag economy were among issues discussed at the annual Legislative Coffee at the Marysville City Building Saturday.
Immediately after Karla Cruz won the Marshall County Spelling Bee in January, she set a goal: win the regional bee and qualify for national competition in Washington, D.C.
Macy Doebele, a 5-foot-11 Hanover junior guard/forward, was named 1A Division 1 player of the year and Chris Beikmann was coach of the year by Sports in Kansas.
Scott Brown will keep searching for answers to the questions he continues to ask — what could he have done differently to prepare for Topeka-Hayden, what could he have changed in that first-round 4A Division II state boys’ basketball game that could have resulted in a different outcome.
Beau Bussmann and Aidyn Meier, both wrestlers with the local Northeast Kansas Elite club, qualified Saturday for this weekend’s Kids Federation state tournament in Topeka.
Seven wrestlers from Marysville Kids Wrestling Club qualified for state Saturday at district in Topeka.
Three Marysville girls placed at Sunday’s USA wrestling Kansas Girls State Championships in McPherson.
Less than 20 tickets remain for the second annual Bulldog Bash, which will be April 14 at the Knights of Columbus Hall.
A Republican-commissioned study released last week shows public school funding needs up to $2 billion in new state dollars to adequately educate Kansas K-12 students.
Marysville has events coming up in just a few months that will draw thousands of people downtown. Big Blue River Days, with the Big Blue BBQ and AutoFest, is the kickoff to summer.
The Bulldogs are at it again. It seems like every new sports season over the past few years brings with it exciting performances and achievements.
About 125 Marshall County residents donned tropical gear and artificial floral leis for an evening luau of island foods and drinks at the Community Memorial Healthcare Foundation fundraiser March 3 at Lincoln Center in Marysville. The event raised more than $14,000.
Marshall County has two major highways, U.S. Highway 36 and U.S. Highway 77, that bring potential customers through the area.
In recent years, the buzzword in politics has been “trans Welcome to Kansas election year 2018. An early look into the crystal ball of Kansas politics reveals that rural Republican voters will determine their party’s nominee for governor.
In recent years, the buzzword in politics has been “transparency.”
Kansas entrepreneur Greg Orman formally launched his independent bid for governor recently and in doing so is challenging the two-party structure that has dominated U.S. politics for well over a century.