A man pleaded guilty in Marshall County District Court last week to second-degree murder in the death of Donald McLaughlin of Vermillion in early 2020.
USD 364 school board candidate Kevin O’Neil withdraws from race
After hearing from business owners and representatives of community organizations, Marysville City Council voted unanimously Monday night to move forward in a grant application process for the Seventh Street corridor.
Fall harvest is well under way in Marshall County, and farmers have brought in more than half of this year’s corn crop.
Marysville City Council voted last Thursday night to proceed with a search for a new police chief.
“Can you believe it’s been 160 years since the Pony made its last run?” Alexander Majors, dressed in suit and top hat, asked an audience of 25 people at Marysville’s Pony Express Barn & Museum Sunday afternoon.
Two Marysville residents have announced write-in campaigns for city government positions in the Nov. 2 general election. The races were spurred by recent discontent over the firing of Marysville Police Chief Todd Ackerman.
More than 58 percent of Marshall County residents ages 12 and older are now fully vaccinated. But the COVID-19 delta variant’s ease of spread has health officials concerned as fall’s cooler weather sets in and people move activities indoors.
Booster shots of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine are now available at the Marshall County Health Department on Tuesdays.
School districts, including Marysville, are using the program named Test to Stay and Learn in an attempt to prevent students affected by COVID-19 and quarantines from having a learning loss.
Marysville High School's Bulldog football team beat Clay Center 10-6 in an exciting overtime after trailing the Tigers for much of Friday night's game at Homer Hanson Stadium.
During the first day of play in the 3-2-1A girls' state tennis tournament, both Marysville singles players are alive and the doubles team has finished the season.
Marysville tennis players will be encouraged to concentrate on one round at a time Friday and Saturday at Maize South High School where they will play in the 3-2-1A state tournament.
Marysville City Council’s unanimous vote in favor of seeking grants to help complete the Seventh Street corridor north of Center Street was an exciting sign Monday night.
The fast spread of the coronavirus’ delta variant has forced continued health-care fiascos for Kansas. New rounds of medical bills, extended illnesses and loss of loved ones. More than 6,000 here in the Sunflower State have died of COVID-19.
Before JoAnn Shum joined the Advocate staff as a reporter fresh out of college in 1972, co-publisher Eulalia Guise had started a recipe column, which she called “Kissin’ don’t last; Cookin’ do.”
Infant Loss/Miscarriage Awareness Day will be Friday.
Send calendar information to Advocate, Box 271, Marysville, KS 66508, 785-562-2317 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Community Calendar also is available online at marysvilleonline.net.
The Marysville Marching Band Festival here Monday will be host to six schools in Homer Hanson Stadium. The public is invited.
It is rare these days to find a political message cutting across the usual red-blue partisan divide--but I saw one this weekend.
In the years I owned bookstores, the tiny profits and hard work were, at least in memory, totally offset by the many and lasting friendships made around conversations about — you guessed it — books!
My family went to a number of concerts when I was a kid. I continued attending shows through college, and now my wife, Mandy, and I try to give our children the same opportunities.