Changes to local activities because of the coronavirus pandemic:
The Kansas National Guard is asking the public’s help to end false rumors that it will be mobilized for a national quarantine.
Discussion of the Marshall County Jail project continued March when commissioners met with architect Jeff Lane of TreanorHL, Lawrence, and undersheriff Tim Ackerman.
The Kansas Department of Transportation has announced approved bids for state highway construction and maintenance projects.
A misunderstanding about land acquisition between Marysville officials led to lengthy debate at the City Council’s March 23 meeting.
The annual Bulldog Bash, originally scheduled for April 18, has been postponed.
Kamble Haverkamp, a senior quarterback who led Centralia to the 1A state title last fall, has played football since third grade and he wasn’t ready to stop.
Fort Hays State University had the major that Marysville senior Garron Champoux was interested in so when the Tigers made an offer to play football, he took it.
Eight Marysville High School wrestlers earned recognition in the North Central Kansas League.
Mostly seniors made up the first-team All-Twin Valley League lists released recently.
Three Marysville boys and one girl received All-North Central Kansas League first-team honors in basketball. Four Bulldogs were honorable mention.
The Advocate is adjusting, as everyone else, in a new world dominated by COVID-19.
Monday is when Marshall County’s schools go back in session — this time online. It’s time to think of ways to give teachers a morale boost as they make the whiplash turn to e-teaching children they had in the classroom just a few weeks ago.
It’s a difficult time to be a human being no matter where you live this week. The coronavirus pandemic is spreading across the globe.
The Marshall County Helping Hands Food Pantry is in need of some items.
A Valley Heights Community Palm Sunday Parade will be Sunday morning, sponsored by the Waterville and Blue Rapids United Methodist churches.
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Our world has been turned upside down over the past week, as we prepare for the novel coronavirus pandemic to arrive in our community.