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Clean up week extended another week in Marysville

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A reminder that the Spring Clean up for the City of Marysville has been extended through this week. The city crews will be picking up limbs, leaves, and yard debris. It was decided at last weeks City Council meeting to extend the clean up week another week due to the wet and cold weather we had during the original clean up week. Read More »

Small fire at Marysville Livestock quickly contained

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The Marysville Fire Department responded to a small fire at the Marysville Livestock Association Sunday afternoon around 4 pm. According to Fire Chief Dave Richardson, someone had been welding earlier in the day and a spark apparently caught some of the loose hay on fire in one of the pens. Little damage was done to one of the feeders and a few ... Read More »

Nemaha County Sheriff’s Dept assists in pursuit

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A pursuit that started in Platte County, Missouri ends in Nemaha County Saturday afternoon. It started with a report of a stolen pickup in Platte County, with 2 male suspects. Once they crossed the state line into Buchanan County, they traveled through Atchison, where police put spike strips down, however that didn’t stop them, it just took out the passenger side tires. From ... Read More »

Czech bagpiper to perform Monday at SCC in Beatrice

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Michael Cwach, a Czech-American bagpiper, will play and sing traditional Czech folk songs during upcoming presentations at Southeast Community College. Cwach will play, sing and make a brief presentation of the cultural history of the Czech bagpipes, including the showing of rare photographs and archival materials from the Czech Republic and from early Czech settlers in the United States. All ... Read More »

Fifth Street Renovations have begun in Beatrice

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Renovations to North 5th Street in Beatrice have begun and are expected to be in full swing soon. 5th Street, from Lincoln to Court Street, is going to be converted into a two-way street during the construction phase, which is estimated to take about two months. Other projects planned as part of the renovations include angled parking, colored crosswalks, flower displays, and ... Read More »

Former Marysville Priest faces child abuse allegation

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A former Marysville priest, Anthony Putti, who was assigned to St. Gregory’s Catholic Church and St. Malachy’s Catholic Church in Beattie from 2008 to 2010, faces an allegation of child abuse. It’s unknown when the abuse occurred and Putti denies the allegation. According to the Save Environment Coordinator of the Archdiocese of Kansas City, KS, they received a report of alleging abuse ... Read More »

Road work on U.S. 77 to begin May 1

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On Wednesday, May 1, weather permitting, a resurfacing project will begin on 11.86 miles of U.S. 77 from the U.S. 36/U.S. 77 junction west of Marysville to the Kansas/Nebraska state line in Marshall County. Project work includes a 2-inch surface recycle followed by an asphalt seal on all mainline lanes. Work will take place during daylight hours, Monday through Friday, ... Read More »

Color Me 5K Walk/Run this Sunday

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The Color Me 5K walk and run charity event is this Sunday, April 28, beginning at 9 am at Marysville City Park, with registration opening at 7:45 am. All proceeds will benefit Families First of Marshall County. You may register up to the day of the event for $35 and the event will be held, rain or shine. For more information, call ... Read More »

Marysville Farmers Market to open for season May 4

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The Marysville Farmers Market is scheduled to open on Saturday May 4 and will continue each Saturday throughout the summer into early fall, running form 8 am to 11 am each week. For more information on how to sign up to sell at the market, contact the Marysville Sport and Recreation at 785-562-6818. The market has grown each year the last few ... Read More »