Jennifer Pacha works as a teacher at Valley Heights Junior-Senior High School. Her school day on Nov. 20 began just like any other. But to her surprise, the school principal called an entire school meeting in the gym for an important announcement.
Marshall County’s Neighborhood Revitalization Program will expire Dec. 31. On Monday, commissioners discussed renewing the program, possibly with changes.
Sonya Stohs served as Marshall County clerk from November 2002 until June 2019. During that time she worked with 10 different commissioners at different times who were elected to serve four-year terms on Marshall County’s three-member executive board.
A formal vote will be held by mail-in ballot after an informational meeting on a proposal to consolidate the Marysville Chamber of Commerce and Marysville Main Street.
Kali Barnett is not a career politician and she believes that is one of her strengths as a candidate for Kansas’ Big First Congressional District.
The search for a superintendent for Marysville Unified School District 364 opened Monday, and information about the position has been circulated to educational placement offices and posted on the Kansas Association of School Boards website.
Marshall County Agency on Aging recently received a $2,000 grant from Frontier Farm Credit. Mary Feldhausen. left, and Shedera Kopp, right, both of Frontier Farm Credit, are pictured with Ashley Lyhane, director of the aging agency. Lyhane applied for the Working Here Grant to help senior ci…
Local residents have known about plans to build a high-voltage transmission line on a west-to-east path across 30 miles of Marshall County since 2013. Now the project’s new developer, Invenergy, is ready to propose easement contracts to landowners.
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.
A new “heart” of Marysville, grass buffers along Broadway, squirrel track paths to promote Black Squirrels on Parade and revitalizing vacant lots in the northwest part of town were among ideas presented for creating a more vibrant community at an open house by Kansas State University student…
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.
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.
Kansas State University students who studied various aspects of Marysville over the last two semesters will present strategies, suggestions and information to the community and city leaders at an open house here next Wednesday, Nov. 6.
A communications tower at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department fell over during a wind storm Monday morning. The tower landed on a sidewalk on the east side of the law enforcement center in Marysville. The metal structure landed close to a sheriff’s vehicle.
Marshall County commissioners are considering a decrease in the annual appropriation for the county’s historical society to pay for snow removal at the historic county courthouse.
Better pay, benefits, a grant writer and match money for small grants are among the plans that Marshall County Partnership for Growth has for the $50,000 allotment that the Marshall County commissioners unanimously approved for the economic development organization Sept. 23.
A Community Development Block Grant application for $600,000 to assist in funding the construction of a new Marysville fire station was unanimously approved for submission during City Council’s meeting Monday.
One million bricks were used to build the historic Marshall County Courthouse, and it has not been cheap to repair the 127-year-old structure.
Students from Kansas State University will present their findings to the public here Nov. 6 after completing studies of Marysville’s housing, downtown and historic depot.
Special education, a new ag complex, vaping and the search for a new superintendent were discussed by Marysville USD 364 Board of Education candidates during last Thursday’s candidate forum at Marysville City Building.
Taxes, financial strategies, road improvements and wages received attention from City Council and mayoral candidates during last Thursday’s candidate forum.
Community Memorial Healthcare officials spoke at a town hall meeting in downtown Frankfort Monday, explaining a proposed half-cent county sales tax and fielding questions about patient transfers and contact with federal and state lawmakers.
A proposed energy transmission line project that could use eminent domain across Marshall County received a multi-year extension on its construction permit by the Kansas Corporation Commission on Sept. 26.
Construction of a new Marshall County Jail will not begin this year, but the county commissioners planned Monday to continue considering options for financing the project.