A proposal for a half-cent sales tax for Blue Rapids will be on the Aug. 4 primary election ballot.
Correction: Marshall County Commissioner Keith Bramhall was misquoted in the original version of this article and his quote has been removed. Bramhall did not comment on the issue during Monday's meeting. His quote, which was removed, was in regard to a separate topic on the county's approac…
Marysville City Council member Keith Beikman told the council June 22 that a rock from the hill on the east side of Ninth Street between Alston and Carolina streets had fallen and almost hit a parked vehicle.
Plans for a pedestrian bridge to a proposed Black Squirrel Bark Park south of Jackson Street met some skepticism from Marysville City Council June 22.
Plans are under way to save the Blue River Rail Trail north of Marysville from fast-paced erosion as the river beside it has changed course in recent years.
Reopening schools, the budget for Marysville public schools and the ag complex construction project are just a small portion of what is on new Marysville schools Superintendent Michael Couch’s plate
Former Marysville schools Superintendent Bill Mullins’ battle against cancer ended more than three years after his diagnosis.
By Julie Perry
Marshall County commissioners on Friday opted out of the governor’s mask order, instead issuing a resolution strongly encouraging the public to wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Some locations and organizations in Marshall County are selling or giving away masks:
Marysville split with visiting Sabetha in Tuesday's doubleheader.
While it is games as usual at Lakeview Sports Complex and Feldhausen Field, social distancing is the top concern at Marysville Junior-Senior High.
Physical therapy three times a week and weights in the morning have helped Marysville High School senior Linda Franco in recovering from a severe knee injury.
At Friday’s Marshall County commissioners meeting, the board agreed to leave it up to the public to wear masks. On Monday, they weren’t willing to allow the public without masks into the county’s courthouse.
In many other countries where masks are widely used or required, the COVID-19 infection rate has significantly dropped. Meanwhile in America, where masks have not been mandatory, we are reaching record rates of COVID-19 spread.
A mere 75 miles north of Marshall County more than 254 cases of coronavirus have surfaced in testing in and around Lincoln, Neb., in the past two weeks.
Outdoor movie night at Feldhausen Field will begin Friday, said Alex Shultz, who is coordinating the event with Brian Fragel.
Kathy Murphy-Miller, Marysville, checks food boxes during the free produce Farm to Family food give-away from A and H Farm, Britt’s Farm and Barbra’s Market, all of Manhattan. People can get free food once a week through the program, which operates at Lincoln Center, 405 N. Fourth St., Marys…
Nels Ingalsbe was a standard on Marysville’s music scene through several decades. He inspired youth who are now in their golden years and recall Ingalsbe’s lessons on accordion, piano, winds and brass.
The subject of the masks we wear used to be just an abstract discussion considered by poets and philosophers. Recently, though, it has become a very concrete, current issue on the minds of many. And, as with most topics these days, it has turned into a controversial political theme.
The Advocate last week contained the life story of Melba Coffee on its obituary page. While I never knew her, I can see that she was quite a remarkable lady with many achievements during her life. Among them were secretary of the United Methodist Church in Frankfort and deputy county clerk i…
Sometimes late in the evening when our dog, Joe, wants to go outside, I grumble as I put on my shoes.