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.
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.
Recycling throughout Marshall County is getting back into gear after being discontinued in March because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Marshall County commissioners took steps toward selecting an engineering firm to determine the work needed on roads and bridges affected by a wind farm project in southeast Marshall County. The firm will also guide the county on a decommissioning plan for the wind farm being proposed by Next…
Jon L. Ungerer, Republican candidate for Kansas House District 106 representative, will be at the Blue Rapids Community Center at 7 p.m. July 9 for a meet and greet.
The statewide mask order from Gov. Laura Kelly that takes effect Friday will be strongly recommended in Marshall County but is not mandated.
The Marshall County commissioners devised a plan Monday for distribution of a $1.9 million pandemic relief grant.
Marshall County Health Department reported a second confirmed case of COVID-19 in the county Monday. According to the health department, the case is unrelated to the first case, which was announced last Wednesday, June 24.
Twenty teams are needed for the annual Swinging Fore the Arts golf tournament that the Marshall County Arts Cooperative runs.
Marysville swimmers will get more time to practice for their second meet of the season.
Marysville Post 163 is on a three-game streak after wins last week against visiting Fairbury and at Valley Falls.
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.
While this country’s leadership has a long way to go in coming to terms with the bigotry that has plagued the U.S. since its founding, there are encourageing signs of change all around.
Marysville museums opened this week after the coronavirus pandemic caused a delay from the normal April start of the season.
Organizers ask that items be sorted and separated when the public brings recyclables on the second Saturday of each month to the Marysville recycling drop-off.
Anita Welch recently donated a pair of silver dinner knives from a place setting that once graced the dining room at Marysville’s Union Pacific Depot. The knives were given to the depot’s collection.
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.
Given our apparent short attention spans, it seems we must be repeatedly reminded there are consequences to our decisions. And so it is with the never-ending Republican mantra calling for tax cuts.