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.
Marshall County officials said Monday that they are puzzled over some actions used by the county’s audit firm, Reese & Novelly, Wamego, to perform the 2018 county audit.
Last month, Kansans received more than 27 million robocalls or scam calls and, according to federal regulators, the majority of those calls were aimed at finding people to scam.
County residents had a variety of questions about Community Memorial Healthcare’s financial situation during a Sept. 18 town hall meeting at the hospital’s South Plaza conference room.
The U.S. Highway 36 Treasure Hunt, a huge highway yard sale that spans the entire state of Kansas from the Missouri River to the Colorado border, will be this weekend with more than 60 garage sales in Marshall County.
The agriculture industry experiences a high amount of stress, largely because of uncontrollable factors, a farm mediation specialist told those at a Marshall County Farm Bureau Association meeting Aug. 27.
Video surveillance, Facebook posts, subpoenas and interviews with co-workers were used by the Kansas Bureau of investigation to acquire four search warrants in the case of former Marshall County Clerk Sonya Stohs on April 3.
With the freeze and thaw of bricks and mortar through the years, the south side of Marshall County’s Historic Courthouse is in a state of deterioration.
A letter to the Marshall County Board of Commissioners from a man whose home was hit by gunfire during the October 2017 county jailbreak calls for a reassessment of the proposed construction of a new jail and an investigation into the sheriff’s department in regard to the escapes.
Kansas Department of Transportation reduced traffic on U.S. Highway 36 to one lane in Marysville from 20th Street to 12th Road for mill and overlay work that started last week.
The city recently hired two police officers but Marysville Police Chief Todd Ackerman says it isn’t easy to find new officers because of the city’s low wages, which make it difficult to attract and retain staff.
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 Junior-Senior High School’s first semester will be affected by road work on U.S. Highway 77, which will have narrow lanes remain open throughout the work that starts this week.
Money left over from a $26.4 million bond issue, combined with the sale of $710,000 in remaining bonds and a potential partnership agreement with Landoll Corporation, Marysville, will make it possible to build a new agriculture complex at Marysville Junior-Senior High School.
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.
Marshall County commissioners met with accountant Scot Loyd of Swindoll, Janzen, Hawk & Loyd, Hutchinson, to discuss the county’s 2020 budget Monday. The commissioners have hired Loyd to help them prepare the budget.