The annual Pony Express Re-Ride will roll into Marysville to kick off a day of festivities on Saturday.
The number of construction workers has grown in recent weeks as crews lay foundations for the first turbines in the Irish Creek Wind Farm.
Last week’s heat wave reached temperatures of 105 degrees on Thursday — the hottest recorded this year. It was accompanied by a dry spell with no rain except for a small amount last weekend.
Community Memorial Healthcare was recently named one of the Top 20 Critical Access Hospitals in the United States by the National Rural Health Association.
Marshall County commissioners are looking into dust reduction on county roads entering towns.
Vandalism of equipment used by the Irish Creek Wind Farm project at a pond south of Winifred was reported this past weekend.
Onaga Historical Society will host “Water, Energy, and Rural Kansas: How They’re Connected, What the Future May Hold” June 28 at the Onaga Historical Museum complex.
Marshall County Health Department had both Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine shots available early this week as immunizations continue.
This past year was a challenge, to say the least, Sue Rhodes told Marysville Rotary Club on Monday.
Children ages 12 to 16 as well as adults continued to get vaccines this week in Marshall County, pushing up the percentage of county residents fully immunized against COVID-19.
Players and students were treated equally by Homer Hanson at Marysville High School.
Bomani Busch is in his fourth year of learning tennis and he’s competing against those in his own age group and older.
Tournaments this week close out the two-week youth tennis camp.
Circle P Processing recently opened the doors to its newly refurbished meat locker along U.S. Highway 77 in Waterville. The Valley Heights community now has access to a steady source of fresh meats.
Memorial Day weekend comes just as spring blooms are at their height. They lend beauty as a backdrop to Americans’ reflection on those who made the ultimate sacrifice to their nation, this United States of America.
Marshall County’s graduates from local high schools, tech schools, community colleges, four-year colleges and universities set out this month for a future with a new set of skills.
A musical performance team of the 312th Army Band from Lawrence will give a concert at 7:30 p.m. July 1 at the Koester House Museum & Gardens as part of the summer concert series.
The Koester House Museum & Gardens has a five-foot opening in the west wall for easier access to the garden.
Ashlee Fliney pauses at the edge of the Blue River Rail Trail, points to a fallen tree and calls out, “What type of tree is it?”
At the end of the movie “The Prom,” a 2020 straight-to-Netflix release, the antagonist played by Kerry Washington says to her newly-out daughter about her sexuality, “I just don’t want you to have a hard life.”
It can be confusing to make travel plans now that the COVID-19 seat belt sign has flashed off and we are “free to move about the cabin.” Sort of more for less. Maybe. Kinda.
If you’re out for a drive in the area or enjoy walking, biking or jogging on trails, there’s a great stop about 25 miles north of Marysville just east of U.S. Highway 77 and the town of Blue Springs, Neb. It’s about a mile north of Wymore.