The Marysville City Council is no longer accepting memorial benches in City Park.
An electrical transmission company continues to seek voluntary easement agreements with Marshall County landowners as part of a planned 750-mile transmission line.
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…
Gov. Laura Kelly said her administration has prioritized broadband internet development from the start. Now she’s seeing it gain a higher priority among the public as the pandemic continues.
The Irish Creek Wind Project site plan gained approval from Marshall County commissioners Monday. NextEra Energy, Juno Beach, Fla., did not act on requests from landowners for turbines to be moved farther from their residences before the plan was OK’d.
The first positive case of COVID-19 in the United States was identified on Jan. 20 in Washington state in a man who had returned from Wuhan, China, a few days earlier.
Agriculture education teachers Shelby Siemens and Cassandra Shoemann are excited to start their second semester Jan. 5 in the new ag complex at Marysville Junior-Senior High.
Blue Valley Technologies’ effort to bring broadband internet service to Blue Rapids is progressing, and the first phase of the project is expected to be complete by the end of December.
Sgt. First Class Jacob Smith with the local National Guard unit delivers a COVID kit to Evelyn Baker, an RSVP volunteer in Marysville, recently. The Guard helped RSVP to deliver basic supplies to its senior volunteers.
A car crashed through Dollar General’s front plate-glass window at 11th and Center Street Monday afternoon. The wreck damaged the store’s brick front and glass window while scattering store items in its path, but did not injure anyone.
Vincent and Jacey Pacha, Waterville, will take over Marysville’s recreation program starting in January. Their new program is named Marshall County Parks and Recreation.
Vincent and Jacey Pacha, Waterville, met with Marysville City Council in special session Monday to discuss taking over the city’s recreation program. The council voted to have the city attorney write a five-year contract with the Pachas, and the council will consider it at a future meeting.
Marysville City Council voted 7-1 to approve a $1.50-per-hour raise for all city employees except police officers, who will receive a $1.25-per-hour raise. The decision was made during the council’s Nov. 23 meeting.
Oregon Trail Presbyterian Ministry youth Shae and Delana Murk hold up signs, with words reversed due to a camera setting, in support of local health care workers. Memorial Presbyterian Church was to help lead a parade at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 24, around Community Memorial Healthcare and Marys…
Two non-profit organizations in Marshall County and two Marysville businesses received approval for pandemic-relief grant funds during Monday’s county commissioners’ meeting.
A group of Marshall County residents concerned about NextEra Energy’s proposed 110-turbine Irish Creek Wind Project have banded together to form an organization named Rural Strong Marshall County. The group says its goal is to preserve the landscape, the open sky and rural quality of life of…
It’s business as usual at Crome’s Market in Hanover until the store closes on Dec. 31, according to Jenea Bruna, left, co-owner. At right is her mother, Nancy Crome, who works at the grocery store. Shelves are stocked with grocery and non-grocery items. Bruna said she hopes that a buyer will…
Marshall County commissioners entered into a purchase agreement Monday with Cope Development, Marysville, for 6.2 acres of land north of Subway in east Marysville.
The battle between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden for the presidency may be driving much of the heightened interest in this year’s general election, but some state and local races also are drawing attention.