An enclosed, elevated walkway will connect the activity center to a new ag building at the west end of the Marysville Junior-Senior High School campus.
Blue Rapids will soon have a local grocery store again thanks to several people’s effort and tenacity.
In response to a decline in transient guest tax revenue and a shrinking carryover, Marysville’s Convention and Tourism Committee requested City Council increase the city’s 5 percent transient guest tax to 6.5 percent on Tuesday.
Marshall County voters passed a half-cent countywide sales tax proposal Tuesday for Community Memorial Healthcare.
Sentencing of former Marshall County Clerk Sonya Stohs was set for Jan. 7 in Marshall County District Court after she pleaded guilty Tuesday to a felony charge of misuse of public funds.
From start to finish Friday night it was all Axtell at Beloit against St. John’s-Tipton.
Frankfort made everything count, down to the last minute of play Friday in a regional eight-man Division II game at Hanover.
There’s a little incentive for Centralia come Friday’s 7 p.m. 1A sectional kickoff at Olpe.
Hanover escaped a close game in a Wildcat rematch against visiting Frankfort Friday to advance in the eight-man Division II playoffs.
It will be a rematch Friday in eight-man Division II action between No. 3 Hanover, 8-1, and No. 4 Frankfort, 8-1.
Centralia won its rematch with Troy in 50-0 fashion and Valley Heights won a 60-34 shoot out against Jefferson County last week to advance in the 1A football playoffs.
The Blue River Rail Trail has been developed from North Street in Marysville to the state line, where it connects with another string of trails to Lincoln, Neb.
Across the country, kids are reaping the benefits of attending schools with local foods on their plates.
Come the middle of November and deer-vehicle accidents rise to a fever pitch. Every area sheriff’s report in recent weeks has had a number of such crashes.
A 375-foot granite replica of the Vietnam Wall, sponsored by Marysville American Legion Post 163, will be on display Sept. 17-20 at Feldhausen Field, Marysville.
Fall is the season of football, pumpkin spice and apple orchards, but for farm wives, it’s a time to start a catering service for taking meals to the field, as harvest rolls on in the area.
A public reception for Marysville artist David Hammett, whose pen and ink drawings have been featured in the Advocate for the past 40 years, will be held Friday afternoon, Nov. 29, in the newspaper’s lobby at 107 S. Ninth St. in Marysville.
The creator of Peter Pan, James M. Barrie, wrote, “God gave us memories that we might have roses in December.” Many would find that notion to be warm and poetic as it was intended, while others might consider it pure schmaltz. I could go either way, depending, in part, on how much pinot noir…
Listening to Chuck Otte talk, it’s not a stretch to think that birds’ future depend on people like him.
It’s forecast to be a snow-coated finale to Halloween week, bringing November in with a burst of winter while bidding autumn farewell.