Marysville City Council unanimously approved the city’s 2021 budget Monday. The mill levy is set at 67.273, an increase of .026 mills from the 2020 budget. The total budget is $10,056,896.
The winner of the Kansas House District 106 race between Lisa Moser, Wheaton, and Jon Ungerer, Marysville, is expected to be decided Thursday at the Marshall County commissioners canvass of Aug. 4 primary votes.
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.
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.
Fritz Blaske, Blue Rapids, came out the winner of the three-way District 2 county commissioner race on the Republican ticket and advances to the November general election.
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.
This year was not about the usual. It was about surprises, one after another that led to a delayed graduation for the Marysville High School class of 2020.
Marysville City Council approved the city’s 2021 preliminary budget for publication Monday, and the proposed mill levy is a slight increase from 2020.
A vote to approve Gov. Laura Kelly’s executive order to push the opening date for schools until Sept. 9 was rejected by Kansas State Board of Education members in a 5-5 vote Wednesday morning.
Community Memorial Healthcare administrator Curtis Hawkinson told U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran recently that the Paycheck Protection Program had been very beneficial for his hospital and its staff, but that a potential shortage of Personal Protective Equipment has been a concern for CMH.
NextEra Energy project manager Dan Scheffler updated Marshall County commissioners on the Irish Creek Wind Project Monday during the board’s weekly meeting. About 25 people attended that portion of the meeting.
Marysville teachers are looking forward to the first day of school Aug. 17. But teachers and district officials know there could be risks and they will need to work together with the students to meet safety precautions and keep areas clean.
Correction: Marshall County Commissioner Keith Bramhall was misquoted in the original version of this article and his quote has been removed. Bramhall did not comment on the issue during Monday's meeting. His quote, which was removed, was in regard to a separate topic on the county's approac…
Marysville City Council member Keith Beikman told the council June 22 that a rock from the hill on the east side of Ninth Street between Alston and Carolina streets had fallen and almost hit a parked vehicle.
Plans for a pedestrian bridge to a proposed Black Squirrel Bark Park south of Jackson Street met some skepticism from Marysville City Council June 22.
Reopening schools, the budget for Marysville public schools and the ag complex construction project are just a small portion of what is on new Marysville schools Superintendent Michael Couch’s plate
Marshall County commissioners took steps toward selecting an engineering firm to determine the work needed on roads and bridges affected by a wind farm project in southeast Marshall County. The firm will also guide the county on a decommissioning plan for the wind farm being proposed by Next…
Jon L. Ungerer, Republican candidate for Kansas House District 106 representative, will be at the Blue Rapids Community Center at 7 p.m. July 9 for a meet and greet.
The first meeting to discuss extraterritorial zoning around Frankfort drew a big crowd and featured a variety of speakers and questions from area residents.
The Marysville Police Department aims to set new professional standards and gain accreditation from a national law enforcement agency after city leaders gave approval last week.