On Monday, Marysville City Council discussed a fire truck that was damaged during a pasture fire south of town.
Lifeguards at the Marysville Aquatic Center will see a 50-cent-per-hour raise this year, bringing entry-level pay to $8.50 per hour.
Remodeling of the former Crome’s Market, 505 Broadway, is under way as IdniTeez plans to move into the building.
Construction of the Irish Creek Wind Farm will begin soon, NextEra Energy attorney Alan Anderson said Monday after Marshall County commissioners voted to approve four agreements with the company.
Pam Dankenbring, Marysville, wants to continue to see educational opportunity offered to students in Marysville public schools.
Twenty-eight applicants are seeking the job of Marysville tourism director.
Citizens State Bank, Marysville, recently gave a $25,000 donation to Marysville public schools to be used for the new ag complex at the junior-senior high school.
A week after nurses gave 1,067 shots of COVID-19 vaccine in a single day at the historic depot, the Marshall County Health Department continued to give booster shots at their offices in downtown Marysville.
Hours have been expanded for the mass vaccination clinic set to give second Pfizer shots Thursday at the historic depot.
Marshall County Health Department is offering free COVID-19 vaccinations to all adults.
The improvements keep coming for Marysville’s track and field athletes.
Jackson Rader, Marysville, won his third straight golf tournament and second one shooting under par.
Both Marysville’s No. 1 entries went 3-0 Tuesday in a Manhattan boys’ tennis quad against teams from upper classifications.
New fire station, new ag complex, local property tax rates, no chickens in city limits, COVID-19 precautions, new school superintendent, teacher assignments, pay raises, infrastructure work, condemned buildings, new street signs, purchases of real estate and equipment.
Marysville is home to an architectural beauty in its Romanesque-style historic courthouse.
Since statehood in 1861, Kansas residents have relied upon elected legislators to tackle issues, develop proposed laws, then vote on them — mostly out of earshot or view of ordinary citizens.
The Peterson Brothers will present a family-friendly program based on their farming experiences during Memorial Day weekend events in Vermillion.
The Marysville High School class of 2017 will provide baked goods for a sale Saturday in conjunction with the Ahern garage sale in Frankfort.
Eddie Rodriguez, Concordia, will reopen Eddie’s Barbershop, 718 Broadway, on Tuesday.
Editor’s note: It’s been a tough year of isolation, illness and caution with COVID-19. The Advocate asked local organizations to reflect on what a year of pandemic meant to them, how they managed and what their dreams are now. The following was written by Sharon Vogelsberg and Kay Nester wi…
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