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Caleb Obermeyer Named Kansas Star Farmer At State Conference

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Caleb Obermeyer of the Marysville FFA chapter was named Star Farmer at the State Conference in Manhattan last week. He was among three recipients of the organizations top awards recognizing Star Famer, Star in Agribusiness, and Star in Ag Placement. The event marked the 86th Annual Convention. Read More »

Injury Accident Reported Near Vermillion

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An injury accident was reported Sunday evening two miles west of Vermillion in Marshall County. Jennifer Ann Taylor, 36, of Vermillion went off the shoulder on Highway K-9, overcorrected and went into the ditch, where her vehicle struck and embankment and overturned. She was taken to Community Memorial Hospital in Marysville with possible injuries. Read More »

Tornado Reported Near Courtland Sunday Evening

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A possible tornado near Courtland in Republic County early Sunday evening damaged trees and power lines. The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning as a result, and followed with two tornado warnings in Washington County when radar indicated possible rotation within the band of thunderstorms. No tornado sightings were received. Gusty winds were the primary threat, with heavy rainfall reported. Read More »

Roll-Over Accident Claims Life Of Visiting 12 Year Old

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On May 30, 2014 at about 1:30 p.m., the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office investigated a fatality accident in the 500 block of Osage Road. A pickup truck, being driven by a 17 year old juvenile, lost control traveling northeast around a corner and rolled into the south ditch. One of the passengers, 12 year old Canyon Kelly, was partially ejected ... Read More »

KDOT To Maintain US 77 Traffic During Swede Creek Bridge Replacement

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The Kansas Department of Transportation has advised Marshall County that traffic will be maintained during construction of the Swede Creek Bridge replacement a mile north of the county line. In response to local concerns with a traffic detour that would have taken drivers more than thirty miles out of their way, KDOT has instead opted to replace the structure one lane ... Read More »

Marysville USD 364 Hires Science Teacher & Speech Pathologist

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The Marysville USD 364 School Board, at a special meeting May 23rd, approved a contract with Julie Weber as 8/9 grade science teacher, and head high school volleyball coach. A contract was also approved with Rachel Hynek as Speech and Language Pathologist for the special education cooperative. Read More »

Marysville Recycling Dates Moved In June & July

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Recycling collection dates in Marysville for June and July will be moved to the second Saturday of each month. In June, the collection will be moved to the 14th to accommodate the Big Blue River Days celebration the first Saturday, and in July the collection will be moved to the 12th to account for the Independence Day weekend. Marysville Recycling is offered the first Saturday each month ... Read More »

Marysville Public Library To Close Temporarily For Renovation Work

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The Marysville Public Library is alerting citizens that the library will temporarily close for renovation work on Monday, June 9th lasting through Sunday, June 22nd. The library will continue to take reservations for the Summer Reading Program via telephone at (785) 562-2491. During the closing, all library services will be suspended. Normal operations will resume on Monday, June 23rd. Read More »

Landoll Corporation Plans 50th Anniversary Celebration & Fireworks

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Landoll Corporation, which marked fifty years in business in December, will host a community celebration in Marysville on Friday, May 30th. Plant tours of the manufacturers various operations are planned from 1:00-6:00 p.m. With the large number of people expected, parking is being coordinated at the Marysville Airport, with a continuous shuttle service loop operating among the various locations, as well as downtown ... Read More »

Dennis Pyle Considering U.S. Senate Campaign

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Kansas Senator Dennis Pyle of Hiawatha is considering forming an exploratory committee to decide whether to join the race for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Pat Roberts. In a news release this week, he is encouraging conservative Kansans to enter the discussion online at www.runpylerun.com. He has received encouragement and financial support from some, while others in the party are advising ... Read More »