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Arts Cooperative Benefit Set for January 29

Members of the Marshall County Arts Cooperative are getting ready for their annual fund raiser.  The event, which has become the signature fund raiser for the cooperative, will showcase local talent as well as feature the popular all-male acappella group, m-pact.  All will come together for “An Evening Among the Stars” on Saturday, January 29, at the Marysville Moose Lodge.  ... Read More »

Remember Our Fallen Display Coming to Gage County

‘Remember Our Fallen’ a photo exhibit to honor of Midwest soldiers who have lost their lives since Sept. 11, 2001 will be displayed at the Homestead National Monument. Bill and Evonne Williams created the exhibit which features photos of 98 fallen soldiers from Nebraska and West Iowa.  Bill Williams said every Nebraska soldier represented in the display died while serving ... Read More »

Four State Agreement Allows Farmers to Operate Vehicles Without a CDL

In a deal with Nebraska, Missouri and Oklahoma, Kansas farmers will be able to operate farm vehicles across three state lines without getting a commercial driver‘s license. Drivers with valid non-commercial licenses may operate farm vehicles within 150 air miles of their property. The vehicle must be used only to transport agricultural products, farm machinery or farm supplies for the ... Read More »

Marshall and Washington County Sheriff’s Report Few Problems Related to Weather

Marshall County Sheriff’s Department reported that they responded to several vehicles in the ditch and minor vehicle incidents but had no injuries reported during the first major snow event of the year.  Marysville Police also reported that they did not have any accidents involving injuries. Washington County Sheriff’s department reported no accidents during the snow.  Emergency units did respond to ... Read More »

Two Marysville Residents and Child Injured in Accident

Two people from Marysville were injured in a single vehicle rollover accident on Sunday. At approximately 2:45 p.m., emergency crews responded to a single vehicle rollover accident occurred on Highway 8 just west of South 94th Road.  Gage County Sheriff’s Deputies were the first to arrive and located the nineteen year old driver, Drake Poley of Marysville, KS,  eighteen year ... Read More »

Basketball Games Rescheduled

Axtell – was not scheduled to play Tuesday Centralia vs Valley Heights:  January 25 Hanover vs Washington:  Friday, January 14th Linn vs B&B Baileyville:  Friday, January 14th Frankfort vs Clifton Clyde:  Thursday, February 24 Marysville at Concordia:  Saturday, February 12 Read More »

Missing Beloit Teen Shelby Eck Found Unharmed

A 14-year-old Beloit teen that went missing late Tuesday and feared to be a runaway was found unharmed Friday. Beloit Police Chief Ryan Stocker said Friday Morning that Shelby Eck was on her way to the Beloit Police Department. Read More »

January Lunch and Learn

Vitamin D -  Sunshine to Supplements?: will be the topic of the January Lunch and Learn at the Marysville City Building on the 11th.  Sandy Proctor, Extension Specialist and Human Nutritionist with Kansas State University will be the featured speaker.  Her presentation will share the growing body of research for examining Vitamin D’s role in Human Health.  Proctor will discuss ... Read More »

Washington County and Community Memorial Healthcare Introduce New Year Babies

Emerson Mary Kearn, daughter of Jay and Nicole Kearn, is Baby New Year for Washington County. She was born Tuesday at the Washington County Hospital. Community Memorial Healthcare announced Trenton James Kearn as their first birth of the year.  Trenton was born on January 4th at 8:31 P.M.  Parents are Mark and Laura Kearn of Marysville, KS.  Trenton weighed 8 ... Read More »

Families Receive Giving Tree Gifts

Blue Valley Tele-Communications’ 14th Annual Giving Tree was successful once again; providing over 1,000 gifts to 320 local children and their families this Christmas. Cards with Christmas wishes inside were selected by people throughout Marshall, Washington, Nemaha, and Pottawatomie counties. Donations came from many local businesses, healthcare organizations, non-profit groups and other youth groups. One donor, Bremen Hustlers 4-H organization, ... Read More »