Plans are in the work to hold a Marshall County Board of Commissioners meeting at Marysville Junior-Senior High School this fall.
Community Memorial Healthcare has announced four town hall meetings leading up to the November election, which will include a countywide vote on a proposed five-year, half-cent sales tax to benefit the hospital.
Marysville City Administrator Austin St. John met with the Marshall County commissioners Monday to discuss the county’s plans to build a new jail.
The tentative date for Marshall County’s 2020 budget hearing has been postponed from Sept. 3 to Sept. 16.
The Marysville City Council is in the process of developing its Community Development Block Grant application for a new fire station. The fire department committee plans to meet at 3 p.m. Friday at the City Building to discuss designs with the project’s architect, BG Consultants, Manhattan.
The Flying Squirrels won 11-1 Saturday against the Innies and Outties to collect a sixth Beattie Milo Festival coed softball tournament title.
A Black Squirrel Disc Golf Open Tournament will be Sept. 8 in City Park.
The area has a special attraction for several of the participants in this year’s sixth annual Pony Express 120 Gravel Dash.
Plenty of water breaks are what Marysville athletes got during Monday’s first day of practices.
Crowds filled the stands at Barnes Ball Diamond Friday and Saturday to watch 11 coed softball teams vie for the championship in the Coach Lew Whitson Memorial Tournament.
The amount of support from the community, friends and family continues to amaze Abby Rottinghaus after Saturday’s successful kickball tournament.
Plans for a county jail have progressed to the point of seeking a bid from contractors. Surprisingly, there has been no county contact with the city to determine what setbacks and utility hookups might be needed for this major project, according to City Administrator Austin St. John, who att…
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Last weekend’s shooting deaths in El Paso and Dayton shouldn’t be passing events. They should stop us in our tracks. So many people died by the gun, and that should spur greater restrictions on guns. In Australia it has and in New Zealand, too, after mass shootings in both those countries.
Since Marysville started its Black Squirrels on Parade public art project a few years back, it’s piqued my interest in finding more such “parades” in cities around the country.
Kansas’ share of federal dollars has been dropping precipitously in recent years.
Experiencing stories from history is only a phone call away since Marysville Convention & Tourism and the town’s three museums launched their audio tours this summer.