Representatives from Invenergy met with Marshall County commissioners Feb. 18 to discuss plans to build a high-voltage transmission line across the county.
Free land was offered for construction of a new Marshall County Jail at Monday’s Marshall County Board of Commissioners meeting.
Pony Express Auto is open for vehicle repair needs and auto detailing, according to owner Gregg Hecke, Marysville.
Traffic on the two highways through Marysville will be rerouted for the second phase of reconstruction at the U.S. Highway 36-77 intersection beginning Thursday, if weather permits.
Charges have been filed in the burglary of Donald McLaughlin’s Vermillion residence, which burned down two days later in a fatal fire.
The bid for entry to the 3A state basketball tournament starts with first-round games Monday for the boys and Tuesday for girls.
Valley Heights basketball teams will have the top two seeds in next week’s 2A Horton sub-state.
Centralia girls wasted no time rolling up a 71-21 win Tuesday against Valley Falls in a first-round regional basketball game.
A pair of close games between Marysville and visiting Wamego brought the North Central Kansas League basketball season to an end Tuesday.
Coach Cole Fredrickson had every reason to be proud of his wrestlers after Marysville won the 4A Concordia regional Saturday with 175 points. The Dogs were 23 points ahead of runner-up Scott City and 48 ahead of third-place Colby.
Twin Valley League basketball action wrapped up last Thursday.
The Kansas Legislature’s battle over Medicaid expansion took an ugly turn this month and the victims are Kansas children, their parents and other low-income working adults who can’t afford health insurance.
Next month you will open your mailbox and find a mailing that only comes once each decade: an invitation to be counted in the 2020 Census.
Our story begins in Denver where President Dwight D. Eisenhower was campaigning. Kansas Senator Frank Carlson was manning the door at an event, letting in the people he believed Ike would want to see.
Back by popular demand, Acoustic Eidolon will perform at 7 p.m. March 7 at the Waterville Opera House.
Chloe Cudney, a fourth-year master’s student in interior architecture and industrial design in the College of Architecture, Planning & Design at Kansas State University, is the winner of the seventh annual NEXT Competition sponsored by Steelcase.
Historic preservation work is under way at the Blue Rapids Library, and a goat has something to do with it.
All too often, especially if my sleep is fragile, I awake in the night and discover the forces of darkness playing trivial pursuit on my forehead. These malevolent avatars threaten me with eternal wakefulness unless I produce answers to meaningless questions they pose to my marshy mind.
The Advocate is in its second week with our new printer, NPG Printing, out of St. Joseph, Mo.
Nobody wants to go down with a ship, let alone be at the helm as it slips low beneath the waves. Living in struggling rural America and being a wayward “yes man,” I seem to find myself in the sad and unfortunate situation of being on teams managing declines. Though not unique to our rural co…