Oregon Trail Presbyterian Ministry youth Shae and Delana Murk hold up signs, with words reversed due to a camera setting, in support of local health care workers. Memorial Presbyterian Church was to help lead a parade at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 24, around Community Memorial Healthcare and Marys…
“Take what you need and leave what you can” is the basic idea for the Blessings Box installed on the east side of the Blue Rapids City Park this week.
The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department has received 13 reports of fraudulent unemployment claims in recent months.
Marshall County’s first-half 2020 property taxes are due Dec. 20, and notices have been mailed out.
Marysville City Council, which met Nov. 9, has tabled discussion of how to deal with sewer system grinder pumps that serve only one customer.
Two non-profit organizations in Marshall County and two Marysville businesses received approval for pandemic-relief grant funds during Monday’s county commissioners’ meeting.
A Marysville man died in a Nov. 7 single-vehicle accident in Pottawatomie County.
Nearly 200 active cases here
The Kansas State High School Activities Association’s Board of Directors will decide Tuesday whether to postpone winter sports competitions and other activities until Jan. 15.
COVID-19’s fast spread spurred Marshall County commissioners to close the courthouse Thursda to the public indefinitely. Public access to the building will be limited to appointments only.
Marysville had five football players receive All-North Central Kansas League and three got honorable mention.
Madison Ronnebaum, a 6-foot junior middle blocker, received All-North Central Kansas League volleyball honors for Marysville.
Schools may wait until January to start the winter activities if the Kansas State High School Activities Association proposal passes.
Editor’s note: Dr. Lee Norman, Kansas’ top medical official, said Friday that health-care workers face “frontline fatigue.”
When Thanksgiving Day arrives this Thursday, many people’s thoughts will be on food, family, friends and football as usual. Maybe the family and friends can’t make it because of the pandemic, but they will be there in spirit, and that’s the best way to be this year.
It’s time for giving thanks on wheels. At 4 p.m. Tuesday area residents can join a Thanksgiving appreciation parade for everyone at Community Memorial Healthcare.
Bernice Swim did her second tandem jump in her lifetime to celebrate her 90th birthday, which was Oct 12. She jumped Oct. 9 at Falcon Skydiving in Waldron, Mo. This year she had some company. Pictured from left is Swim’s granddaughter Jamie Rathbun, Ellsworth; son Jim Swim Jr., Marysville; B…
Sign up is under way for the sixth annual Light Up Marysville contest.
Jeff and Maureen Crist have always loved to travel.
I’ve often thought the best travel agent around is the local library. You can pick up a book and take off through stories to points all over the planet. It’s a wonderful way to open the mind to new peoples and places.
Like many this year, instead of traveling to be with family, I will cook my own Thanksgiving dinner. Honestly, I don’t mind. It is sad not to see my family, but I am relieved that I will not be putting any of them in harm’s way. And I am not mad about getting to keep all the leftovers for myself.
Super-cold refrigeration is a new concept to citizens not involved in molecular biology research. It is a requirement of the Pfizer vaccine that has just provided preliminary indication that it might be 90 percent effective. If further research supports this early data, this vaccine could be…