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Southeast Nebraska Cooperative In Discussions With Farmers Cooperative

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A letter sent to patrons of Southeast Nebraska Cooperative of Beatrice recently indicates that the board has entered into formal discussions with the Farmers Cooperative Dorchester, to consider potential acquisition of Southeast by Farmers Cooperative. Discussions are in the preliminary stages, with no decisions yet rendered. Based in Beatrice, Southeast locations in Kansas include Herkimer, Bremen, and Marysville. Nebraska locations ... Read More »

Arts Cooperative Brings New York Based Acting Troupe To County; Tickets On Sale For Twelfth Night

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One of William Shakespeare’s funniest and most charming comedies, Twelfth Night, will be performed by Aquila Theatre Thursday, February 27, at 7:00 p.m. in the Marysville High School auditorium. Aquila’s visit is sponsored by the Marshall County Arts Cooperative. Tickets are $5.00 for general admission seating. Tickets may be purchased at the Chamber of Commerce (Marysville), First National Bank (Frankfort), ... Read More »

Arts Cooperative Announces School of the Arts

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The Marshall County Arts Cooperative is offering a series of art classes for adults. The series, School of the Arts, will offer classes ranging from painting to photography to music. “We’ve received so many requests from adults asking for classes designed to meet their needs,” said Wayne Kruse, the arts cooperative’s executive director. “We offer a lot of workshops for ... Read More »

Arts Cooperative to Sponsor “Times Like These”

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Members of the Marshall County Arts Cooperative are getting ready for their annual fundraiser. The event, which has become the signature fundraiser for the cooperative, will be at the American Legion SMNR Post 163 Saturday, January 18, at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, January 19, at 2:00 p.m. Advance tickets are on sale at the Chamber of Commerce office, Marysville; tickets ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Discusses New Pool

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The subject of a new Marysville Pool was brought up by Mayor Bill Phillipi at Monday’s City Council Meeting.  According to Debbie Price Phillipi brought up the subject for discussion because Phillipi said he had been contacted by a donor interested in paying ten percent of the cost so long as the price of the pool was under 3.5 million ... Read More »

Arts Cooperative Benefit Set for January 29

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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 »

Arts Cooperative and Chamber Partner for Downtown Festival

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Businesses lining Marysville’s main street will open their doors to host local artists on Friday, June 18.  From 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. the Marshall County Arts Cooperative and Marysville’s Chamber of Commerce will sponsor “After Hours With The Arts.”  The event teams the business community with the arts community to attract people to historic downtown Marysville. This is the ... Read More »

Local Stars Take The Stage for “Route 36” Jan. 16th

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Recently, the Marshall County Arts Cooperative has brought professional artists like Theatre A-Go-Go, Go For Baroque, and Deb Marquart to Marshall County to entertain residents.  On January 16, however, the arts organization will showcase local talent to entertain county citizens.  The arts cooperative will sponsor “Route 36: Traveling With The Stars” Saturday, January 16, at the Marysville Moose Lodge.  Performance ... Read More »

Effort to Restore Power Nearly Complete

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Rolling Hills Electric Cooperative is reporting that it should complete the effort to restore power to the residents of Republic, Washington and Cloud Counties shortly. Rolling Hills Manager Doug Johnson said, “It’s a very slow process, we have put a lot of poles in the ground and we are moving through a lot of mud.” It has been a week ... Read More »