Hanover Hospital is expecting to make some updates on its equipment after voters in the hospital’s taxing district approved a $2.2 million bond issue Tuesday by a vote of 262-78.
Fifty-seven seniors are candidates for graduation at Marysville High School’s 128th commencement at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in Homer Hanson Stadium.
Marysville’s dam on the Big Blue River just northwest of town broke early Friday after bouts of heavy rain upstream on Wednesday and Thursday.
The Mother’s Day Market, the addition of live musical entertainment on Saturday, a chicken barbecue, art show and the Mother’s Day Dash will fill this weekend with activities for the whole family.
Marysville golfers gradually worked their way from a sixth-place team position after three holes into second place at Monday’s 4A McPherson regional to qualify for the state tournament.
Five Frankfort golfers finished in the top 10 to lead the Wildcats to a 364 team victory Monday in a 1A regional tournament at Onaga.
Salina-Sacred Heart rolled to the 2A regional golf title at Monday’s Hillsboro regional, but that didn’t keep Valley Heights from qualifying two golfers for the state tournament.
Pole vaulter Breanna Schmitz, Centralia, was only looking to break the Twin Valley League and her high school records last Thursday, but she also snapped a pole on one jump that sent her tumbling into the mat.
One change in Erin Rombeck’s delivery was worth a five-foot improvement in the shot put, first place at Friday’s North Central Kansas League meet in Clay Center and the Marysville High School school record.
The pace of giving was brisk for the Blue River Rail Trail at the recent Pony Up Marysville community fundraiser day.
It was another banner day of giving for Pony Up Marysville on Friday. More than 500 gifts were given to the town’s charitable organizations through Marysville Community Foundation’s second annual Match Day.
It’s tulip season. A little later than normal but they’re here, quickly blooming and brightening the late spring.
Kermy Riekenberg remembers the wallet full of 50s and 100s he admired as a Hanover High School student. A local restaurant owner carried hundreds of dollars in cash, and a young Riekenberg had the opportunity to view the cash sometimes when his family ate in the Hanover restaurant.
Mention Marysville’s dam around here and you’ll likely hear a flood of memories dating back decades.
The laws of math, science and nature remain undeniable. Those laws change only when we gain additional knowledge, not because someone doesn’t like the facts and wants them to conform with their way of thinking.
Twenty years ago, a study found that medical and health information available on the internet was unreliable and error-laden. Today, a new study by a University of Kansas professor shows that our current youth continue to face the same wasteland of internet quackery and remain just as vulne…