Two relief funds have been established for Tommy Sherrill, whose wife, Alice, died last Thursday in a fire that destroyed their home in northwest Marysville.
A recent deer-vehicle accident in Marysville serves as a reminder to be vigilant for deer even when driving within city limits.
Marysville City Council took two steps in support of economic development Tuesday night.
Above-average temperatures and near-normal precipitation are predicted for December, January and February, weather officials say.
A 74-year-old Marysville woman died in a house fire early Thursday.
Hanover knows what it is like to play in the state eight-man football game and Axtell knows what it is like to get close.
Axtell scored quickly and then often in the first half en route to a 40-0 lead against visiting Waverly.
Stopping St. Paul quarterback Adam Albertini was crucial for Hanover to advance in the eight-man Division II playoffs.
Marysville pounced early but not often enough against the visiting Galena Bulldogs in Friday’s sectional game on the frozen tundra of Homer Hanson Stadium.
Centralia had rushed more than visiting Olpe, passed for more yards but had more turnovers and by the close of Friday’s sectional playoff game it cost the Panthers their season.
Three Centralia players and their volleyball coach Kimbrook Tennal were among seven people in the area to receive All-State recognition from the Kansas Volleyball Association.
It’s a new day in Kansas. A new governor-elect, Laura Kelly, pledges to work with both political parties to remedy much of the devastating policies of the Gov. Sam Brownback years.
Early next year, the Kansas Legislature will hear results of the Kansas Reservoir Protection Initiative now under way in Marshall County and a handful of other counties in Kansas. The state has targeted four watersheds with $900,000 in funding issued late this summer for landowners to plant …
We could say we’ve saved the best for last, but the Advocate actually just didn’t have room last week in its editorial page election endorsements to expound on the laurels of Brian “BAM” McClendon, who is running for Kansas secretary of state.
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Courage, pride, selflessness and integrity are among the traits of veterans who answer the call to be part of something bigger than themselves, said Marysville National Guard Armory Staff Sergeant Robert O’Donnell, the key speaker during a Veterans Day ceremony Monday at Marysville High School.
In January 2015, Marysville Union Pacific Depot Preservation Society bought the old depot from the city for $20,000. Since then, countless volunteer hours and more than $80,000 have been put into the building.
Shock and awe! Kansas voters nailed the coffin shut last week on the discredited Brownback era. They chose a bipartisan path forward by electing Democratic state Sen. Laura Kelly as governor and soundly rejecting her opponent, Secretary of State Kris Kobach.
“Science knows no country because knowledge belongs to no country and is the torch which illuminates the world.”
During the early days of our country, settlers hunted out of necessity. While farming and trading provided them with a great deal of food, it wasn’t enough for sustenance. To survive, they hunted, fished and trapped wildlife where they lived and worked.