More than 40 family members, neighbors, friends and colleagues came to the Marysville City Council meeting Monday night in support of Marysville Police Chief Todd Ackerman, who was fired by the city of Marysville last week. At least 18 spoke about Ackerman’s service, loyalty and commitment t…
A total 59 garage sales in Marysville, Home City, Beattie, Axtell and Herkimer are listed on the Marshall County map for the U.S. 36 Treasure Hunt across Kansas this weekend.
Marysville school board and Homer Hanson Stadium committee members will recognize the Don Landoll family at 6:45 p.m. Friday before the football game with visiting Rock Creek.
Football practice in the rain last Thursday was “really nice” on the new Pat Landoll Memorial Field, said Marysville High School freshman Rhett Wertenberger, a player on the junior varsity team.
The 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the East Coast will be memorialized in downtown Marysville with a special tribute ceremony starting at 9:03 a.m., the time the first World Trade Center tower was struck by a plane hijacked by terrorists.
Car enthusiasts from across the U.S. came to Marysville Thursday through Saturday for the 2021 Boss Nationals, a car show featuring 132 Boss Mustangs and specialty cars.
As the U.S. military continued withdrawal efforts this week from Afghanistan, local residents who served and worked there in both civilian and military roles, watched news reports with dismay and anger.
Car enthusiasts from across the country will be in Marysville Thursday, Friday and Saturday for the 2021 Boss Nationals, the second time this car show will be held here featuring millions of dollars in Boss Mustangs and specialty cars.
Dozens of Boss Mustangs and other specialty cars along with auto-related displays, a swap meet, food stands and live music will be available in downtown Marysville next weekend, Aug. 26-28, during Boss Nationals.
At Marysville City Council’s July 26 meeting, council member Terry Hughes said he wanted to request a Kansas attorney general’s opinion on the council’s action to pass Ordinance 1900, which amends Ordinance 1891 and gives the city administrator direct control of non-elected personnel.
Marysville Union Pacific conductor Sean Feldhausen couldn’t believe how many people lined the tracks between Fairbury, Neb., and Marysville Monday morning as the Union Pacific’s historic locomotive Big Boy No. 4014 traveled southeast on a multi-state tour.
Marshall County’s schools will start next week with some COVID-19 safety precautions. No local districts plan to require masks except on school buses and other forms of school transportation.
The Wall That Heals is coming to Marysville and will be on the grounds of American Legion Post No. 163 from Thursday, Aug. 26, until Sunday, Aug. 29.
Blue Rapids resident David Sain recently flew a flag with a profane statement in his front yard for three months before a neighbor complained to the city.
The Kansas Department of Transportation approved bids for state highway construction and maintenance projects recently, including handicapped-accessible curbs in Frankfort.
The Union Pacific Railroad’s celebrated steam locomotive —Big Boy No. 4014 — will pass along Marysville’s west and south side Monday morning as it heads southeast.
Former Waterville mayors Dave Whitesell and Ray Lindquist led off the town’s small 150th-plus-1 parade Friday evening around the town’s baseball field.
Kansas assistant attorney general Philip Michael conducted a one-hour Kansas Open Meetings Act training for the Marshall County commissioners in the courtroom Monday morning.
Marshall County commissioners Monday discussed a human resources leadership training program with Kristina Dietrick, president of HR Partners, Topeka. The commissioners will conduct a department head survey and contact Dietrick for further action.
America’s favorite band will make a stop in Marshall County Saturday as part of their Feel Flows tour. The Beach Boys, one of America’s most iconic bands, will perform at Alcove Spring Historic Park, six miles south of Marysville. Gates to the park open at 3 p.m., and live music will start…
Wearing face masks is to be optional when school starts Aug. 17 for area schools, according to administrators, but that could change if COVID-19 numbers continue to increase in Marshall, Nemaha and Washington counties.
The sky over Waterville will light up with fireworks to mark the town’s 150th birthday Friday during an evening billed as an “old-fashioned All-American celebration.”
Marshall County commissioners will attend one hour of Kansas Open Meetings Act training because of a violation in the board’s practice of entering executive sessions, also called closed sessions.
Marysville Area Community Theatre will present its summer musical, “Working,” at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Marysville High School auditorium.
Centralia is to receive $1 million in grant money through the Kansas Department of Transportation’s City Connecting Link Improvement Program for Geometric Improvements, according to a KDOT news release issued Tuesday.
Marshall County Health Department reported 20 active COVID-19 cases and several more tests pending late Wednesday in the county as the pandemic spread again after weeks of low numbers.
The Pony Express Barn & Museum in Marysville is one of more than 70 venues in Kansas participating in the Sunflower Summer program.
The Union Pacific has confirmed the historic Big Boy steam engine number 4014 will pass through Marysville on the morning of Aug. 9 during its upcoming trip through several states.
Marshall County commissioners are considering how to spend $942,735 received in early June from the American Rescue Plan Act, a grant program providing COVID-19 relief and ways to stop the future spread of pandemics through infrastructure.