Small Business Saturday, sponsored by Marysville Chamber & Main Street and American Express, will be Saturday in downtown Marysville.
People in need of toys and other items this holiday season, and people who want to provide those items, have a couple of local opportunities.
It’s that giving time of year. Thanksgiving is approaching, and the Christmas holidays, when donations make a difference for local charities aiding their communities.
Frankfort Giving Day is set for Nov. 30.
Both Blue Rapids and Waterville will join for activities Saturday to dedicate the stretch of highway between the two towns in honor of two local soldiers who died in the Vietnam War.
U.S. Army Private Robert J. Herynk, 27, Hanover, was killed in the Pacific Theatre during World War II.
A young soldier injured in a car accident while driving through here Nov. 2 gained help from a local couple and a new local fund for veterans that helped get him home for Thanksgiving before he ships out to Germany.
A steady stream of people arrived for COVID-19 testing Monday at the Marshall County Health Department as case numbers remained similar to last week.
On Tuesday Marshall County Health Department began giving the Pfizer vaccine against COVID-19 to children ages 5 to 12.
Just as last November, Marshall County is again seeing a surge of COVID-19, with 85 positive cases reported early this week.
Axtell took control from the start and did not relinquish it Friday at Kensington against Thunder Ridge.
Top-ranked Axtell and second-ranked Thunder Ridge football teams will have their biggest games yet at 7 p.m. Friday in Kensington when they meet for sub-state.
In recent years, Centralia’s postseason challenge has switched from Pittsburg-Colgan to Olpe and it’s a game that always has something on the line.
We sometimes complain that we’re in an isolated area, an hour’s drive from big-box stores, except for Walmart and those mini-Walmarts known as dollar stores.
Those driving through Frankfort during the town’s fall festival a couple weeks ago, had a tough time finding a parking space.
Marysville Public Library recently held a storytelling session for local residents to share memories of spooky incidents here. It was a hit. People gathered in the library’s meeting room and shared laughs and goosebumps over local folkore.
Play is for all ages, and Marysville’s new play space encourages everybody to take part in that opportunity.
An exhibition of retro Christmas decorations, “Magical Memories of Christmas Past,” will be on display at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art, Marysville, Nov. 21 through 28. The decorations are part of Gayla Hogan’s collection.
Traditional Christmas classics and world-class Irish dancing are at the heart of “Christmas In Killarney: An Irish Christmas Celebration” to be performed at 7 p.m. Dec. 1 in the Marysville High School auditorium.
It is rare these days to find a political message cutting across the usual red-blue partisan divide--but I saw one this weekend.
In the years I owned bookstores, the tiny profits and hard work were, at least in memory, totally offset by the many and lasting friendships made around conversations about — you guessed it — books!
My family went to a number of concerts when I was a kid. I continued attending shows through college, and now my wife, Mandy, and I try to give our children the same opportunities.