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Convention and Tourism Announces Light Up Marysville

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Group Seeks Entries in Christmas Lighting Contest Marysville’s Convention and Tourism committee wants city residents to help them “Light Up Marysville.” The group is charged with attracting tourists to the city; they decided one way to accomplish this was to host a Christmas light contest. “We remember the days when the novelty of the decorations on Park Place and Debbie …

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Mustang Minutes – Nov. 3, 2015

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Harrison Blaske and Kayla Smith host this edition of Mustang Minutes. The theme for this episode is “It’s All About Science!” The students talk about the teachers who make science meaningful and relevant at Valley Heights High School.

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The Bulldog Report – Nov. 2, 2015

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Jim Borgerding hosts this week’s edition of The Bulldog Report. Tune in to hear about the teaching and learning occurring at Marysville High School. The Bulldog Report is sponsored by Feldkamp’s Furniture, First Commerce Bank, Galloway, Wiegers, and Brinegar, Rainbow International Restoration, and Toledo’s Coffee and Deli.

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Common Thread on Display at the Art Center

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Exhibition Features Fabric Arts Some use thread made from cotton while others use thread made from wool; some from polyester and some from rayon. The common thread, however, is that they all have a passion for thread and that passion translates to beautiful pieces of fabric art. The Marshall County Arts Cooperative is celebrating this art form in the current …

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Black Squirrels Will Be On Parade

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According to the Chinese zodiac 2016 will be the Year of the Monkey. In Marysville, however, 2016 will be the Year of the Black Squirrel. Marysville’s Convention and Tourism committee unveiled plans for Black Squirrels on Parade last Friday. “We felt it was appropriate to announce this project at Black Squirrel Night,” Barb Kickhaefer, one of the organizers, said. “We …

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Washington County Commission Meeting Minutes – Nov. 2, 2015

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The Board of County Commission for Washington County met in regular session on Monday, November 2nd, 2015 in the Commission room at the Washington County Courthouse. Members present: Tim Mueller, 1st District Commissioner; Roger Otott, Chairman, 2nd District Commissioner; and Gary Ouellette, Vice-Chairman, 3rd District Commissioner. Denae Jueneman, County Clerk, was present to record meeting minutes. The next regular meeting …

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Blue Valley Tele-Communications To Bring Fiber To Marysville Businesses

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Home, Kan. — Blue Valley Tele-Communications announced it will be expanding its fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) deployment to the business areas of Marysville. The project will consist of two phases; including the creation of a fiber ring. “Our businesses depend on [BVTC] to keep their service going. They can’t afford lost connections. This fiber ring will provide our customers with a secure, …

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Washington County Hospital Introduces New Urgent Care Clinic

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Washington, KS—Washington County Hospital (WCH) will open a new Saturday Urgent Care Clinic staffed by Dr. David Hodgson or Dr. Kellen Sherlock effective November 14. Patients will enter through the ER Waiting Room located on the east side of the hospital at 304 East 3rd Street. Urgent Care Clinic hours are 8:30 AM to Noon on Saturdays and Friday, November …

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Elm Street Apartments To Provide Safe Trick Or Treating

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The Elm Street Apartments in Marysville along with Families First Marshall County will host a safe trick-or-treating environment for parents and children Saturday between 5:00-7:00 p.m. The activities will take place at Elm Street Apartments, 1605 Elm Street in Marysville. Treats will be available for any child 13 years of age and younger.

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