The Marysville City Council is no longer accepting memorial benches in City Park.
Lottery tickets recently were stolen from the Home City Depot, and large galvanized panels were taken from a farm near Frankfort.
An electrical transmission company continues to seek voluntary easement agreements with Marshall County landowners as part of a planned 750-mile transmission line.
Marshall County is in moderate drought, along with 30 percent of the state.
State wildlife officials have confirmed a mountain lion sighting near the southern border of Marshall County.
Marshall County officials were sworn in Monday and commissioners’ appointed positions were unchanged during the annual reorganization.
Renaming a portion of highway in Marshall County, putting an anti-abortion constitutional amendment up for statewide vote, approving the state budget and dealing with COVID-19 are among issues area legislators Sen. Elaine Bowers, R-Concordia, and Rep. Lisa Moser, R-Wheaton, are looking forwa…
Marshall County residents can now sign up to put their name on a list to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by filling out an online form at www.cmhcare.org or by calling the vaccine hotline at 785-562-4474.
Community Memorial Healthcare continues to accept names for its list of local residents interested in getting a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available.
The mask mandate in Marysville will remain in effect until April 1.
Marysville boys took third place Saturday at the Thunder Classic, a tournament hosted by Nemaha Central, with a 46-30 route of Atchison.
Frankfort girls won the Twin Valley League Tournament Saturday at home with a 48-45 overtime victory over Hanover.
Marysville High School girls’ basketball team fell to Nemaha Central Friday night 43-18.
Sen. Roger Marshall’s vote on Jan. 6, 2021, will go down in history as a day of shame for Kansas.
Quotes from Republican officials before Donald Trump became president:
U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kan., on Tuesday issued the following statement on this week’s joint session of Congress. We applaud Kansas’ senior senator for casting a vote that affirms the Constitution and America’s precious democratic freedoms.
Marysville amateur photographer Bill Nelson grew up with nature as a focal point while spending time with his grandfather Merlin Keller.
The Koester House Museum and Gardens has been a unique, historic local attraction for decades and recent works on the ground look to keep it that way for years to come.
Lighted manger scenes, large geometric designs, old-fashioned picture frames in a storefront window and a yard brimming with multi-colored trees.
Socks on a rooster. This was the image brought to life by Earl Long, deceased “sort of” governor of Louisiana, and brother of Huey Long, assassinated “real” governor of Louisiana who inspired the classic read “All the King’s Men.”
Editor’s note: Former Advocate intern and Valley Heights 1981 graduate Bill Horner III — now the publisher and editor of the Chatham News + Record in North Carolina — has written this reflection about his friendship with Waterville attorney Darrell Spain, who died unexpectedly on Christmas D…