A bid from AHRS Construction, Bern, to replace 12th Street from Walnut to Spring with concrete was unanimously approved by Marysville City Council Monday.
With U.S. Department of Agriculture’s lending rate near a record low, Marshall County commissioners are considering a federal loan to finance construction of a new jail.
Natural gas prices skyrocketed last month as an Arctic blast pushed the power grid beyond its limits across the region.
The Kansas Attorney General’s office is holding free document destruction events throughout the state to mark National Consumer Protection Week March 1 through March 6.
Long-term plans are in the works for a NextEra Energy transmission line to connect the Soldier Creek Wind Farm in Nemaha County and Irish Creek Wind Farm in Marshall County to a proposed wind farm in Republic and Washington counties.
The Legislative Forum, in which Marshall County’s legislators update local residents on action at the Kansas Statehouse, will be March 20 at Landoll Lanes, Marysville.
Local tax preparers used to find identity theft cases were rare, but this year with fraudulent unemployment claims at a record high the matter has become common.
Cambridge Place Senior Care in Marysville and Blue Valley Senior Living in Blue Rapids began to allow limited indoor visits Feb. 24. The opening comes after a year of doors closed to visitors to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Vaccinations against COVID-19 continued at a steady pace at the Marshall County Health Department Tuesday.
A local senior citizen and his daughter met with Marshall County officials Monday to request a process for critically ill senior citizens to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
Hanover boys’ basketball team is bound for the first round of the Class 1A Division II state tournament after Saturday’s 74-37 win over Wetmore in the Axtell sub-state final.
Marysville was tenacious in the third quarter against Royal Valley in Saturday's sub-state final at Sabetha and it erased a 17-12 deficit, but the Bulldogs needed more to come away victorious.
Getting to Saturday's championship game in the 3A Sabetha sub-state meant making free throws and shutting down Pleasant Ridge's Connor Gibson.
There are crises in the United States today. The COVID-19 pandemic, lack of health insurance, a judicial system that fails to rehabilitate defendants.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease advisor, made it clear Tuesday what America has witnessed. In a year’s time, the U.S. has lost half a million souls to COVID-19.
By golly it’s cold outside. So cold that record low temperatures raised the alarms at regional power utilities, spurring them to call on customers to quickly decrease energy usage this week.
The Marshall County Arts Cooperative is making plans for its 2021 season of artists. The season follows a calendar year and normally starts with a musical revue fundraiser, The Replay Lounge, in January.
ShamROCK Marysville, sponsored by Marysville Chamber & Main Street, will be from 9 a.m. to noon March 13 and will feature shopping, games, drinks and snacks on Broadway.
Devlin Ogg, a Frankfort Elementary School sixth-grader, has again won the Marshall County Spelling Bee and will advance to state competition.
Leadership has many definitions, but I like the one the Kansas Leadership Center uses: “It’s an activity that mobilizes others to make progress on difficult challenges.”
Mail, television, radio, puzzles, Internet, books and visits with other humans hemmed in by cold and COVID-19 all bring plenty to fill time while waiting for spring.
One of the rare occurrences in either a bookstore or a library is an adult yelling. It happened in my bookstores exactly twice in the seven or eight years I was in the business: both times it was a man in a suit waving a book over his head shouting, “You’ve got to stock this book!”