Applications are being accepted for the Kansas Reservoir Protection Initiative, and Marshall and Washington counties are included. The program provides financial assistance to landowners in priority watersheds to implement sediment-reducing conservation practices to enhance efforts above fed…
Inflation, salaries and essential expenses are behind a slight increase in the proposed $18.4 million budget for Marysville Unified School District 364 for the 2020-21 fiscal year.
Marysville City Council’s 2021 budget hearing is set for 7 p.m. Monday at the City Building, and the council is expected to consider approval that night.
Property taxes could be greatly reduced if NextEra Energy’s planned Irish Creek Wind Project were taxed like other businesses in the county, former Marshall County commissioner Dave Stump said Monday during the commissioners’ meeting.
Multiple people and organizations have expressed interest in taking over the Marysville recreation program, according to City Administrator Austin St. John.
Heavy rains in the area Wednesday took a toll on roads and bridges. Several roads and bridges have been damaged and are still not safe to travel on while others have been repaired and reopened.
Schools are moving forward with reopening plans after area school boards gave approval by consensus or in Monday night special meetings.
Marshall County Health Department has reported two new cases of COVID-19. One case is currently listed as hospitalized and there are three active cases in the county, health officials reported Monday.
A new case of COVID-19 was reported in Marshall County Wednesday, according to health officials.
No new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Marshall County early this week, according to health officials.
As long as students are in school, healthy and have a physical on file, they can participate in fall sports practices according to Kansas State High School Activities Association.
Marty Malotte, Marysville, had the winning team of family members in Saturday’s annual Marshall County Arts Cooperative golf tournament.
It’s the rallies in pickleball that draw the most attention and a lot of praises during Monday evening games at tennis courts in City Park.
Marysville Sport and Recreation has made a multitude of lifelong memories possible for people of all ages — from children playing T-ball to parents cheering them on to senior citizens selling their goods at the farmers market.
Early voting is under way at the Marshall County Courthouse. If concerned about COVID-19, mail ballots are easily requested at ksvotes.org or by calling the county clerk’s office at 785-562-5361. The county will send voters their ballots, which can be mailed back or returned in person up unt…
Marshall County school districts are preparing for how to bring children safely back to school this fall. Fortunately the state has an exemplary physician at the helm of the state health department to advise Kansas’ education department as it prepares guidelines for the fall semester.
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. Because of the reopening of events and meetings in wake of the coronavirus pandemic, some of the cal…
Have you ever seen a sign that says “Laugh, Fly and Eat Cake”?
Marysville Rotary Club named three local residents as Paul Harris Fellows at the June 29 meeting at Marysville City Building.
Editor’s note: Marysville High School’s class of 2020 graduated July 26 in Homer Hanson Stadium. But the ceremony was abbreviated because of the COVID-19 pandemic and this year’s three valedictorians did not get to deliver the traditional speeches. They are printed here in full:
The narrative that families against the Irish Creek Wind Farm don’t want to see their neighbors prosper and succeed, or that they are jealous of not being able to erect a turbine on their own property and collect the money, is completely false.
As a supporter of wind energy for more than 20 years, I was excited when I heard about the chance to get wind turbines in Marshall County.