The board of directors for the newly formed Marysville Chamber & Main Street organization has hired a new executive director, Kate Tommer of Marysville.
Three candidates filed recently for office in the 2020 elections. Incumbent Sandy Wilson, Beattie Democrat, filed for election as county clerk. Jim Swim, Marysville Democrat, filed for the Kansas House 106th District seat. Bobbi Pippia, Marysville Republican, filed for the 22nd Judicial Dist…
A district court judgment of $372,003 against former Marshall County Clerk Sonya Stohs has been approved in favor of the county’s insurer, Kansas County Association Multiline Pool.
UPDATE: The tour has been postponed until a later date because of inclement weather.
Big First Congressional candidate Tracey Mann, Salina Republican, is clear about his stance on major issues.
Marysville City Council will meet 7 p.m. Tuesday at the City Building. The meeting will not be open to the public except through a livestream on the city’s Facebook page, City of Marysville, KS.
Jim Swim Jr., Marysville Democrat, has filed for the Kansas House 106th District seat.
Marshall County commissioners have opted to continue following Gov. Laura Kelly’s statewide reopening plan.
Midwest Land and Home real estate and auction company has used the pandemic as an opportunity to implement strategies to continue serving its customers. The result has been innovations that the company plans to carry on indefinitely.
Marshall County updates related to the coronavirus pandemic: May 22
Marysville Junior-Senor High students will be eased back into weights and conditioning when they are allowed into the weight room June 1.
Marysville athletes Jonny Crome and Storm Slupianek are happy that last year’s baseball season will not be their last.
Experience will be Marysville Americal Legion SMN&R Post 163’s strongest suit this summer on the baseball diamond.
I don’t know if a governor could face anything more difficult than walking the line between saving lives in a global pandemic and saving businesses that put food on the table for Kansans.
Community bankers in Marshall County have stepped up in the last several weeks and shouldered the responsibility of keeping our business communities intact. They’ve been the conduits and local administrators for the federal CARES Act and its Paycheck Protection Program, known as the PPP. The…
The state of Kansas lost a creator of iconic art this spring when Salina sculptor Dick Bergen died April 22.
Nancy Schreiner, Frankfort, and Carla Wolfe, Marysville, are carrying on the love of crafting and creating from their mothers.
After seven weeks of isolation because of the coronavirus pandemic, many local residents wanted their hair cut last week.
After 32 years at NASA, Glenda Holle Brown believes in learning lessons from tragedies and making improvements.
A few years ago we lost our little lap dog Louie, who’d had many happy years with us. As empty nesters, we decided we wouldn’t hassle with another dog again.
It’s been a bizarre spring, to say the least, and at a local newspaper, perhaps as challenging as they come. We’ve been thrown off course by the disappearance of traditional community events and activities cancelled amid the threat of the pandemic’s spread. The Advocate hasn’t published a ca…
Sometime this week, I’ll load a couple of boxes of plastic flowers in my car and head to Greenwood and Antioch cemeteries.