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Economic development, negative health effects, transparency, decreased property values and setbacks were among topics when 12 people spoke to the Marshall County commissioners Monday in regard to the Irish Creek Wind Project proposed for the Frankfort area and other parts of south-central Ma…

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.

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Plans are under way to save the Blue River Rail Trail north of Marysville from fast-paced erosion as the river beside it has changed course in recent years.

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

Recycling throughout Marshall County is getting back into gear after being discontinued in March because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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.  

Seega LLC has purchased the Boss Motors property in downtown Marysville, according to Robert Peschel, a managing partner with the investment company.

Typical summertime storms — officially known as classic convective storms — have popped up in local skies recently.

Marysville Cub Scout Pack 132 and Boy Scout Troop 180 are taking over the recycling collection of aluminum cans.

Construction on a two-story ag complex at Marysville Junior-Senior High is a little behind schedule, but not enough to affect the completion date.

Marshall County commissioners met with several people Monday to discuss the proposed Irish Creek Wind Farm and address Frankfort-area residents’ concerns.

Concerns about the coronavirus pandemic may lead to an increase in applications for mail ballots for this year’s primary and general elections.

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.

A wastewater lagoon is in need of repairs. A new fire station is in the planning stages. Lakeview Sports Complex has drainage issues. The demand for city road improvement projects never ends.

Three residents in the Frankfort area have met with Marshall County commissioners in the past two weeks to express concern that landowners’ voices are not being heard in regard to the Irish Creek Wind Project.

Community banks across Marshall County are still accepting applications for the federal Paycheck Protection Program, aiming to help small businesses struggling from the coronavirus pandemic’s economic challenges.

Local farmer Derek Roever, 20, was unharmed after he jumped out of a tractor that caught fire May 19. Roever’s grandmother, Elaine Roever, said Derek was cultivating a field southeast of Home City in an International 5288 tractor when he looked back to check the cultivator, turned around and…

Marshall County undersheriff Tim Ackerman was nominated to become Marshall County sheriff Monday night by the Marshall County Republican Party.

Chrystal Busey, Blue Rapids Republican, filed for county clerk last week. She will meet incumbent Sandy Wilson, Beattie Democrat, in the Nov. 3 general election. The county clerk also serves as county election officer.

Three Republicans have filed for the Marshall County District 2 commissioner seat. They will meet in the Aug. 4 primary to narrow the field to one.

Marshall County commissioners heard an update on Irish Creek Wind Project negotiations May 27, and on Monday they met with a landowner who requested the county implement zoning restrictions for wind turbines.

The board of directors for the newly formed Marysville Chamber & Main Street organization has hired a new executive director, Kate Tommer of Marysville.

Three candidates filed recently for office in the 2020 elections. Incumbent Sandy Wilson, Beattie Democrat, filed for election as county clerk. Jim Swim, Marysville Democrat, filed for the Kansas House 106th District seat. Bobbi Pippia, Marysville Republican, filed for the 22nd Judicial Dist…

A district court judgment of $372,003 against former Marshall County Clerk Sonya Stohs has been approved in favor of the county’s insurer, Kansas County Association Multiline Pool.

Marysville City Council will meet 7 p.m. Tuesday at the City Building. The meeting will not be open to the public except through a livestream on the city’s Facebook page, City of Marysville, KS.

Jim Swim Jr., Marysville Democrat, has filed for the Kansas House 106th District seat.

The bridge on Fourth Road north of Waterville has been on Marshall County commissioners’ radar for repairs for the past year. On Monday, the commissioners approved the first large expense to repair the bridge.

Taxing entities in Marshall County are taking a look at their long-term financial planning as the pandemic affects local economies and tax revenue sources.

The Marshall County Courthouse will reopen to the public Monday, May 18, the county commissioners unanimously decided at their meeting this week on Monday.

Marshall County District 2 Commissioner Tom Holle, Bremen, state Sen. Dennis Pyle, Hiawatha Republican from District 1, have filed for election.

Scheele’s Meat Market, Marysville, closed Monday as much of the store’s meat supply sold out over the weekend. But owner Tim Scheele reopened Tuesday with a replenished meat case and a plan to address future shortages, particularly with beef.