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CMH Foundation Run Coming Up Saturday, June 6th

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Marysville, KS – Community Memorial Healthcare Foundation is gearing up for its annual Big Blue River Days Run on Saturday, June 6th, in conjunction with the Big Blue BBQ and Auto Show. The event features a 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk, and timed 5K & 10K races held on the scenic Blue River Rail Trail in Marysville. The 10K will start ...

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Senator Moran Visits Marysville; Praises Local Healthcare Services

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United States Senator Jerry Moran, and his wife Robba were in Marysville Saturday, and toured Community Memorial Healthcare, remarking that Marysville was indeed blessed with the caliber of facilities, and the number of healthcare professionals serving the community. A longtime proponent of rural health care, Moran emphasized the importance of maintaining these, and tied his concerns fighting for reforms within ...

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Nurse Practitioner Joins Medical Staff at Community Memorial Healthcare

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Marysville, KS – Becky Heuer, Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) will join the medical staff at Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH), effective March 30, 2015. Heuer will work in the emergency department and medical clinics (Blue Rapids Medical Clinic, Community Physicians Clinic, and Marysville Clinic). All clinics are owned and operated by CMH. Heuer graduated from Marysville High School in Marysville, ...

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Injury Accident Sends Marysville Woman To Hospital

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An injury accident was reported Monday morning in Marysville. Jessica N. Meyer of Marysville and Ellen L. Barber of Marysville collided at the intersection of North Street, and North 14th Street. Barber was taken by ambulance to Community Memorial Healthcare in Marysville.

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Brown Receives Hoppenstedt Nursing Scholarship

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Marysville, KS – Kash Patrick Brown, a student at the University of Kansas School of Nursing, is the recipient of the Henry W. Hoppenstedt Nursing Scholarship from Community Memorial Healthcare. The scholarship amount is $2,000. Brown is a 2009 graduate of Frankfort High School and is the son of Patrick Brown and Stacy Brown of Frankfort, KS. Brown will be ...

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CMH asking visitors to refrain from visiting if sick

Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) is taking precautionary measures for visitors due to a rise in flu cases in Marysville and Marshall County. All visitors to the hospital must wash their hands before entering and when leaving a patient’s room and they must wear a mask. CMH is also asking visitors who do not feel well to refrain from entering the ...

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Two Injured in Rollover Accident

Two Kearney, Nebraska men were injured in a rollover accident at approximately 6:30 Tuesday evening.  A vehicle driven by Brandon Shoemaker of Kearney was travelling west on Tumbleweed Road approaching an intersection with 8th Road.  The vehicle left the roadway and rolled one time landing on its wheels.   Shoemaker and one passenger, Michael Baird suffered non-life threatening injuries and ...

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Accident at Landoll Shop 50 Injures Worker

An accident occurred at Landoll Shop 50 on Monday resulting in the injury of an employee.  A spokesperson for the Landoll Corporation confirmed an accident did occur but could not provide any additional information. The Marysville Advocate reported the employee was Merlin Oliver.  According to the Advocate Oliver was pinched in a hydraulic-driven walking area above a pit. He was ...

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Death Reported After Industrial Accident at Landoll Corporation

The Marysville Police Department responded to an industrial accident at Shop 50 of Landoll Corporation along US Highway 36 early Friday morning. Steven Jay Medina, 35, was taken by ambulance to Community Memorial Healthcare, where he was pronounced dead. Medina was employed as a fabricator on the second shift. A Marysville Police Department news release said Medina was struck by ...

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