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Additional Supplemental Food Program Offered

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The Marshall County Agency on Aging has partnered with the Harvesters Food Bank to make available an additional supplemental food program to income eligible persons age 60 and over. The new program provides a nutritious food package each month to supplement the diet. Participation in this program will not reduce food stamps or any other government assistance and does not ... Read More »

Taddiken and Schwartz Appear at Public Meeting

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State Senator Mark Taddiken and Kansas House Representative Sharon Schwartz participated in a public meeting on Saturday morning at the Marysville City Building. Approximately 70 people listened to both elected officials summarized the actions currently taking place in the Kansas Legislature. Their statements were followed by a question and answer time. The state budget was one of the main topics. ... Read More »

Tuesday Primary to Narrow Marysville Mayor’s Race to Three

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Marysville Voters will cast their ballots Tuesday for the position of Mayor. The primary was required when four Maryville citizens filed for the position, only three names can appear on the general election ballot. The four persons running for the position of Mayor are” Current Mayor Bernie Krug, who has served four years as mayor and is seeking re-election to ... Read More »

Taddiken and Schwartz Visit Marysville

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Senator Mark Taddiken and Representative Sharon Schwartz will provide an update on the current legislative session and answer questions during a legislative forum Saturday morning at 8:30 at the Marysville City Hall. The legislative forum is sponsored by the Marysville Chamber of Commerce and AT&T. Read More »

Fire Destroys Machine Shed and More

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Firefighters from Pickrell and Filley were able to save a home when they responded to a fire in a machine shed at 7 p.m. Monday. The shed, owned by Duane and Janice Parde, was located two miles northeast of Zion Lutheran Church in eastern Gage County. According to the firefighters the shed was totally engulfed when they arrived and the ... Read More »

Wymore Man Sentenced to Prison

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District Judge Paul Korslund sentenced a 36-year-old Wymore man to 14-15 years in prison Wednesday morning. Paul W. Mick was found guilty of burglary, operating a motor vehicle to avoid arrest and driving under the influence earlier this month after leading Gage County Sheriff’s deputies on a high speed chase with a stolen car last September. In addition to the ... Read More »

Escapee Still At-Large

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36 year old Michael Thompson who escaped early Sunday morning from the Richardson County Jail remains at large. He was last seen at a truck stop in St. Joseph, Missouri. Thompson is 6 feet 1 inch tall and very skinny. He is also diabetic. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact local law enforcement. Read More »

The Board of Marshall County Commissioners

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February 22, 2011 The Board met in regular adjourned session with Charles R. Loiseau, Chairman; Robert S. Connell and Thomas K. Holle members; and Sonya L. Stohs, County Clerk present. The meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute. The minutes and agenda were approved as presented upon a motion by ... Read More »

Prairie Hills Board Meeting Draws Large Crowd

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A special meeting at the Bern High School Gym Monday evening drew a large crowd. The meeting was called by the Prairie Hills USD 113 Board of Education to discuss the possibility of closing the Bern School. Prairie Hills Superintendent Dennis Stones explained the district must to prepare a decrease in funding. State funding was guaranteed for five years when ... Read More »

Recall of Wymore City Council Member Moves Forward

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Efforts to recall Wymore City Council member Dan Hawkins continue to move forward. Hawkins has presented a written response that will be attached to the recall petition being circulated. In Hawkins’ response, he says, “I’ve left meetings to protest the Mayor’s refusal to acknowledge and present other experienced candidates that have applied for the vacancy. I’m against the Mayor’s bias ... Read More »