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City of Washington Mayor passes away

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The City of Washington is mourning the loss of it’s mayor Harold Jones, after he passed away on Saturday Jan. 26, following a long battle with illness.  He was 67.  The city ordinance says that with the passing of an elected official, the president of the council will fill the vacancy until the term expires.  Ryan Kern is the council ... Read More »

Noon Tuesday is filing deadline for City/School Election

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Tuesday at noon is the filing deadline for candidates to have their name on the city and school election.  Candidates filing for town positions can file at the county clerk’s office or at their city office, except for Marysville, in which all candidates running for city office must file at Marysville City Building.  School board candidates file at the county ... Read More »

City Council positions up for election in Marshall County

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City Council Positions up for election in the city and school election for this year include, in Marysville, Mayor, Treasurer, and 4 council members. Bill Phillipi is the current mayor, Ken Kickhaefer is Treasurer and Council members are Bud Schuette in Ward 1, Bob Shipman in Ward 2, Charlie Schwindamann in Ward 3, and Liz Doll in Ward 4. Axtell ... Read More »

Leadership Trailblazers Look For Service Project

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The 2013 Leadership Marshall County Trailblazer class members are looking for a way to give back to their communities through a service project to be completed in early spring 2013. The group hopes to assist with one or several projects within Marshall County that would sustain, enhance or improve the quality of life, the safety of local residents or the ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Notes from 11-13-12

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Short $100,000 in a fundraising effort to purchase and renovate the former Union Pacific depot in Marysville as a community and events center, Landmark Enterprise representative Linda Swim Tuesday evening reluctantly advised the Marysville City Council that the group had raised $37,850 from some 80 donors, which left the effort short facing a deadline this week.  Landmark had initially been ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Discuss Depot, Sets Meeting Dates for Pool

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Marysville City Attorney John McNish informed the Marysville City Council that Landmark Enterprises, Inc. and the City met to discuss a management agreement for UP Depot and surrounding site, assuming that the City acquired the UP Depot and surrounding site from the Union Pacific Railway Company.  Landmark proposed they purchase the depot and the land east of where the railroad ... Read More »

City of Marysville Pursues $4.2 Million Pool and Sales Tax Increase

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Marysville City Council voted to move forward with plans for a new city pool.  During their meeting on Monday the Council decided to move forward with the placing of a question on the fall ballot asking Marysville citizens to approve a sales tax increase to pay for a 4.2 million dollar pool.  According to City Clerk Debbie Price 4.2 million ... Read More »

Burn Bans Across KNDY Listening Area

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Nearly every county and city in the KNDY listening area has instituted a burn ban due to the dry conditions.  Anyone intending to start a burn should contact their local law enforcement, city clerk or emergency management office before starting the burn.  Persons starting burns during the bans may be subject to fines and possible arrest. Read More »

Water Conservation Requested In Marysville

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The City of Marysville is asking all citizens to conserve water usage due to an issue with the water distribution system. City crews have located and repaired the problem.  The issue was with one of the water towers which is now being restored to full strength.  To aid in the restoration of the tower the city is asking citizens to ... Read More »

Washington Loses Power

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Early Sunday morning, the City of Washington lost power. Westar’s line opened up causing an area wide power outage. City of Washington staff generated power until notified by KMEA that power was no longer needed.   Staff received a call from KMEA later Sunday morning requesting generation for voltage support. Staff ran two generating units until notified to shut down. ... Read More »