A local contractor offered the lowest bid for construction of the new Marysville fire station and Marysville City Council is expected to vote on it Monday night.
A total $6,000 in reward money is being offered to any person who can provide information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone responsible for a cornfield fire near Frankfort.
Marshall County commissioners took no action on a recommendation from Northeast Kansas Area Agency on Aging director Karen Wilson to shut down the dine-in portion of the county’s nutrition sites for fall and winter as a COVID-19 precaution.
The new water meter system gradually being installed by the city of Marysville will allow residents to more accurately gauge their water use.
Two area businesses and one local agency were among 183 Kansas agriculture and food-related businesses and individuals to receive grants as part of the Securing Local Food Systems program funded through the federal CARES Act.
Work to improve the intersection of Seventh and Broadway in downtown Marysville is under way. Traffic and pedestrian barriers have been erected in the area as contractor Bryant and Bryant Construction, Halstead, works to redo the pavement.
Until the end of October, Marshall County Partnership for Growth will accept grant applications for small businesses affected by the pandemic.
Marysville public schools have undertaken a new plan to dismiss students early for three Wednesdays once a month through December.
A deadline is approaching for small county businesses and non-profits to apply for another round of pandemic-related grants.
Updates weekly on COVID-19 at Marysville public schools will appear as necessary on the school district website, usd364.org.
For the first time in school history the Marysville boys’ cross country team qualified for the 3A state meet in back-to-back years.
The only thing that a 38-8 loss at Riley County cost Marysville was the No. 1 seed in the district.
Centralia and Hanover have the No. 1 seeds when sub-state volleyball starts Saturday.
Kansas COVID-19 cases are surging and northeast Kansas is no exception. Marshall Countians are lucky to have a health department leader in Sue Rhodes and public health officer John Ryan who have remained vigilant, kept the public informed and reminded of masks, clean hands and distance.
Marshall County is fortunate to have dedicated residents willing to constantly volunteer and give their time and skills to multiple local efforts. That’s what makes this a really great place to live.
As mayor of Topeka, Michelle De La Isla has worked to not only increase the city’s police department budget but also to strengthen relationships between law enforcement officers and the public they serve.
An Oct. 3 meeting to discuss revitalizing Lake Idlewild north of Waterville drew a crowd, according to Waterville Mayor Josh Stoudt.
Janell Novotny was recognized by Marysville’s Walmart recently for 40 years with the retailer. Novotny is claims supervisor at the store here. She started as a customer service manager on Oct. 20, 1980.
Craig and Jan Lindhorst, who owned the Marysville laundromat for 24 years, recently sold the business to Stacey and Bob Latta, Marysville.
This is about more than politics
Change in education goals used to come slowly. Since the 1960s, it’s generally come from federal law and Supreme Court rulings. But today, political polarization and social media clashes have devolved decision-making to debate.
Eleven years ago George Black, project developer for the Iowa-based RPMAccess, met with Marysville Rotary Club to discuss plans to build a 90-megawatt wind farm in Marshall County.