Blue Rapids’ second annual match day to raise funds for local nonprofits drew in 249 gifts worth $55,715, setting a record for the event.
The flashing light that hung over the Beattie Corner for years is gone.
Marshall County District Court reopened to the public in June after spending several weeks largely shut down because of the COVID-19 pandemic, with only essential services available.
Marysville Sport and Recreation will end its contract with the city Dec. 31. The city has not yet found a successor for MSR, which has operated a wide variety of activities, including summer ball, soccer, the farmers market and regular local events.
Marshall County Board of Commissioners plan to vote on five wind farm agreements with NextEra Energy at next Monday’s meeting.
Wetmore school, which is part of the Prairie Hills school district in Nemaha County, will be in remote learning through at least next week because of COVID-19 cases in the district.
Andy Lohmann is a new attorney in the office of Galloway, Wiegers & Brinegar, Marysville.
Marshall County has picked up more than 100 voters since the August primary election.
Marysville’s COVID-19 infections continued to climb locally with three active cases Monday and four pending tests, the Marshall County Health Department reported.
Marshall County’s plan for spending a $1.9 million federal pandemic-relief grant has been approved by the state’s SPARK Taskforce, and the money can now be distributed and spent by Dec. 31.
Football games between state-ranked teams were expected to be close, but instead finishes were more of a surprise.
Marysville will have no Homecoming game Friday, although festivities will still be held. The Bulldogs were set to play the Chapman Irish, but the team had to cancel because of COVID-19 spread in that school district.
Big games are on tap for Friday as state-ranked football teams face off in 1A and eight-man Division II.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death at age 87 Friday left many saddened worldwide. Ginsburg never stopped working toward justice for women and families through decades of public service.
It’s election season and campaign signs are popping up on lawns and fields across the area.
Pony Up Marysville Match Day was a phenomenal success yet again this year. As organizers left the donation site at the Helvering Center Friday after 5 p.m., their general thought was that the total donated amount probably wouldn’t surpass last year’s $267,563. It’s 2020 after all, it’s been …
St. Gregory’s Catholic School held a virtual Grandparents’ Day program Friday.
Hanover High School will play its homecoming football game Oct. 2 against Osborne. The candidates for king are, back row, from left, Jacob Jueneman, Tyler Bonser, Colin Jueneman and Blake Hynek. Queen candidates are Cloe Sinn, Destiny Rowden, Kara Bruna and Macy Richter. Crowning will be aft…
Axtell Eagles crowned seniors Mitchell Buessing, left, and Halie Schmitz as homecoming royalty at the football game Friday evening. The Eagles won the game against Rock Hills with a score of 64-18.
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.
Oretha Ruetti put out the word in 1991 that she would like to hear from former students of Nels Ingalsbe, well-known area musician and teacher in the area from 1929 to 1970. She was working on a piece for her “It Happened Here” column in the Advocate. Response was great, and the column ran o…
Being a weatherman is a great gig: You get to be wrong — often — and keep your job.