We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

  • Updated

A class of Marysville Junior-Senior High students took a short field trip Friday to witness their community’s annual fundraiser day, Pony Up Marysville Match Day at the Helvering Community Center downtown.

  • Updated

More candidates for school board and City Council filed at the county clerk’s office this past year.

  • Updated

Marysville assistant police chief Matt Simpson was recognized during Monday’s City Council meeting for receiving the 2020 Tom Stone Law Enforcement Executive Development Association Award of Excellence during the recent Federal Bureau of Investigation-LEEDA conference in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

A weather phenomenon known as La Niña, which results in lower than average surface temperatures in the equatorial Pacific Ocean, means Kansas could see a more active tornado season in 2021.

Marshall County commissioners on Monday agreed to dedicate $10,000 to help fund efforts for the upcoming Beach Boys concert at Alcove Spring Historic Park July 31.

Republicans in the Kansas Legislature overrode vetoes by Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly on gun, election and tax bills Monday. Marshall County’s legislators Rep. Lisa Moser, Wheaton Republican; Sen. Elaine Bowers, Concordia Republican; and Sen. Dennis Pyle, Hiawatha Republican, voted in favor o…

The fifth annual Pony Up Marysville will begin at 12:01 a.m. Friday with the opening of the website, www.ponyupmarysville.com, to accept donations over the following 24 hours.

Local tourism advocates spoke in favor of Marshall County’s inclusion in a 49-county National Heritage Area for north-central Kansas and south-central Nebraska during Monday’s county commissioners meeting.

Toby Carrig of Ste. Genevieve, Mo., has accepted a new position of tourism director with the city of Marysville and director of the Marysville Pony Express Museum.

  • Updated

Kick off of a 60-day “blitz” of information and fundraising for a $2.75 million renovation project at Homer Hanson Stadium was Wednesday night at the Landoll Lanes conference room in Marysville.

  • Updated

Marysville Community Foundation board president Jeff Crist hopes for another record day of giving at the annual Pony Up Marysville Match Day on May 7.

  • Updated

The Kansas Nebraska Heritage Area Partnership, a diverse, bi-state partnership of cultural, historical, economic development and tourism organizations and individuals, has formed in hopes of establishing a National Heritage Area within 49 counties between north central Kansas and south centr…

  • Updated

State officials are seeking feedback from Marshall County and the rest of Kansans to help guide future housing development.

On Monday, Marysville City Council discussed a fire truck that was damaged during a pasture fire south of town.

Lifeguards at the Marysville Aquatic Center will see a 50-cent-per-hour raise this year, bringing entry-level pay to $8.50 per hour.

  • Updated

Construction of the Irish Creek Wind Farm will begin soon, NextEra Energy attorney Alan Anderson said Monday after Marshall County commissioners voted to approve four agreements with the company.

  • Updated

Marshall County counselor Jason Brinegar expressed frustration Monday at the way some local residents have been treating commissioners over the Irish Creek Wind Project.

  • Updated

The newly constructed Blue Rapids Swimming Pool will open on May 28 of Memorial Day weekend. Daily hours will be noon to 1 p.m. for adult swimming and 1 to 8 p.m. for general swimming. Cost is $1 for adults and 50 cents for children. Manager is Alex Hardin, and assistant manager is Samantha …

The Kansas attorney general’s office has opened an investigation into Marshall County commissioners’ closed sessions held in 2019 and 2020 to discuss the county’s contracts with an energy company on the Irish Creek Wind Project.

An ordinance to allow people to keep chickens in Marysville failed by a 0-6 vote at Monday’s City Council meeting.

  • Updated

A $92,000 natural gas bill incurred by a Blue Rapids business last month when energy prices skyrocketed was a subject of interest during the Legislative Forum at Landoll Lanes Saturday.

  • Updated

Gov. Laura Kelly toured Community Memorial Healthcare in Marysville last Thursday, as she promoted statewide vaccinations against COVID-19 and asked people to contact their legislators to expand Medicaid to more uninsured Kansans.

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment recently updated its criteria for discharge from Marysville’s lagoons west of Breeding Heights to the Big Blue River.

  • Updated

Three state legislators who represent all or parts of Marshall County will give constituents an update on action at the Kansas Statehouse from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Landoll Lanes, Marysville.

The Marshall County Agency on Aging will distribute free Breadbasket food on Friday, and boxes will include some new items this month, including ham.

The annual Pony Up Marysville match day is set for May 7 at the Helvering Community Center.