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Pille Dazzles in Rock Chalk Park Debut Victory

Senior hurler Alicia Pille delivered one of her best performances of the season with her second-straight double-digit strikeout effort as No. 23 Kansas debuted its brand-new facility on Friday afternoon. The Jayhawks opened its home slate with a 5-0 vi...

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Kansas Loses Late Battle To Kansas State, 57-49



Box Score // Even with their best three-point shooting effort since they played Iowa State on Jan. 28, the Jayhawks lost a late battle to in-state rival Kansas State, 57-49, Friday night inside the American Airlines Center.

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Marysville City Council Meeting Notes

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The Marysville City Council met Monday. A good deal of the meeting centered on clarification of the billing cycle for the intangibles tax, which was repealed by voters in November of 2012, and is set to expire. That led some to believe that recent tax statements billing an intangibles tax was in error. Terry Hughes brought the matter up during ...

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Homer Hanson Stadium Improvements Funded By USD 364

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The Marysville USD 364 School Board met Wednesday, and approved funding the remaining amount needed to complete restoration of Homer Hanson Stadium out of the 2015-16 Capital Outlay Budget. Private contributions have been used to fund the work completed thus far, with approximately $40,000 required to finish the effort. The board set a meeting for Monday, November 17th at 5 p.m. in the Media Center to ...

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Marshall County Historic Society honors 4 businesses over 100 years old

Marshall County Historical Society at their annual meeting Monday in Marysville, recognized four Marysville businesses over 100 years old.  The honorees are Schmidt and Koester Exchange Bank, now United Bank founded in 1870, Marysville Mutual Insurance company, 1889, Ackerman’s Jewelry, now 4 Karats, 1893, and Citizens State Bank, 1905.  Last year, three Bremen businesses were also recognized for century status.  ...

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Highway Patrol Working to Lower Teen Deaths

Beginning March 5, the Kansas Highway Patrol will join other Kansas law enforcement agencies to stop what has been an epidemic for the past several years. In 2010, 51 teens lost their lives due to car crashes in Kansas; 75% of those killed were not restrained.   In an effort to change this trend, law enforcement across Kansas will be ...

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