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Marysville Sport and Recreation recently notified the city of Marysville that it would not renew its contract at the end of 2020.

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.

Farmers Cooperative’s Waterville branch had taken in about 200,000 bushels of corn by Monday, while harvest in northern Marshall County hadn’t started.

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.

Temps Disposal Service announced to customers last week it has discontinued recycling collection in Marysville because of a lack of markets.

Several campaign signs in Marysville have gone missing over the past week and local law enforcement is prepared to charge those responsible with crimes.

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.

Candidates will have a chance to answer questions and let voters know what their platforms are during a 7 p.m. Oct. 3 forum at Marysville City Building

County commissioners approved the proposed 2020 county budget Monday and discussed how to fund construction of a new jail this fall.

Community Memorial Healthcare will hold a public election forum at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 18, 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.

Marysville’s mayoral race took a controversial turn a few weeks ago when yard signs against incumbent Carla Grund appeared.

A preliminary hearing in the case of misuse of public funds against former Marshall County Clerk Sonya Stohs has been set for Nov. 5.

Voters will have a chance to meet candidates in the Nov. 5 general election at a 7 p.m. forum Oct. 3 at Marysville City Building.

The guaranteed price on the proposed new Marshall County jail is $5.7 million, and $5.9 million for alternative add-ons.

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.

Marshall County commissioners Tuesday approved a 2020 county budget for publication that increases spending but wouldn’t increase property taxes.

The first of four town hall meetings on a proposed hospital sales tax is at 7 p.m. Wednesday night, Sept. 4, at Valley Heights Junior-Senior High School.

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.

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 City Administrator Austin St. John met with the Marshall County commissioners Monday to discuss the county’s plans to build a new jail.