Big Blue River Days will feature a Saturday afternoon parade this year, a new addition to Marysville’s annual festival weekend, which kicks off Friday night with downtown cruising, turtle races, a beer mile, cornhole tournament and music.
A partly cloudy sky and a cool breeze made for a comfortable Memorial Day ceremony in Marysville Cemetery Monday morning.
Candidates for city and school board positions have until noon Thursday to file for office.
Marysville Aquatic Center has a new leak, but city officials have agreed so far not to close the pool right away to fix it.
Teachers, administrators and Marysville public school employees received raises last week after a special meeting Thursday, May 18, at the school district office.
Every point counted and the Axtell boys’ track and field team knew that going into the 4x400-meter relay, which was the last race Saturday of the two-day 1A state meet in Wichita.
Rook Williams hopped off the high jump mat quickly and started to bounce around in jubilation after making 6-foot 4-inches on his first attempt.
When senior Brynn O’Neil learned she was close to the Marysville school record in the 800-meter run it was all she could give to try to break it.
Speed is sophomore Anna Jueneman’s style and the faster the better.
Senior Raegan Becker, Centralia, has been in pressure situations before and her experience paid off Friday morning with a repeat 1A state title in the high jump.
Writer Jim Scheetz has stayed very busy lately as he writes up the stories of those from Marshall County who served and died in World War II. It’s all for a volunteer project known as Stories Behind the Stars. The Advocate last week ran the first in his Marshall County series, a feature on H…
There oughta be a law that restricts legislators to voting on single issues instead of the current mash-up method.
More than 100,000 people died in 2021 from a drug overdose, the most ever recorded in a single year in U.S. history.
This spring, brothers Andrew and Ethan Crownover completed a rewarding first year and a half of used car sales in Marysville.
As I grow older it seems I spend more time reflecting back on my youth. Those memories reflect a different time and the many changes that have taken place across our local landscape.
May 30-June 2
“Fiddler on the Roof” is this year’s selection for a summer theater production in Marysville. Marysville Area Community Theatre will do a reprise of the favorite musical, a show that a 70-member cast staged here in 1986.
Content warning: This column contains discussion of gun violence and gun-related homicide and suicide.
Saturday we headed off to Republic County and veered briefly into Jewell County as part of the Big Kansas Road Trip organized each year by the Kansas Sampler Foundation.
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