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Van crashes through front door of 12th St. Liquor

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BJ Patel of Marysville drove through the front doors of 12th Street Liquor early Monday evening. According to the report from the Marysville Police Department, Patel was driving a 2011 Toyota Sienna van at about 6:20 Monday evening when he drove through the front doors, damaging the front door and walls of the building. Alcohol was a factor in the accident. Read More »

Early Childhood Health Fair April 6 in Marysville

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The Marshall County Parents As Teachers Program will be sponsoring an Early Childhood Health and Safety Fair on Saturday, April 6 from 9 am to noon at the Marysville Armory.  Health and Safety information will be provided by the vendors, which include Community Memorial Healthcare, Marshall County Health Departement, K-State Research and Extension, Marshall County Sheriff’s Office, Marysville Police Department, and Westar Energy. There will ... Read More »

Marysville Police Dept getting 8 new AR-15 rifles

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The Marysville City Council voted 5-1 at it’s final meeting of 2012 to purchase 8 new AR-15 rifles and 30 round magazines for the Marysville Police Department. Following the Newtown, Connecticut school shootings, demand for these guns have gone up and Police Chief Todd Ackerman expected the purchase price to go up drastically, as a result. His original plans were ... Read More »

Keep better track of your pets

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The Marysville Police Department is urging citizens to keep better track of their dogs and cats, as they have received many complaints in the past year about pets running loose around town.  According to Police Chief Todd Ackerman, when the police department picks up an animal, they are required to keep it for three days, then turn it over to ... Read More »

Marysville Council Approves New Police Auxilary Program

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The Marysville City Council approved a new police auxiliary program at their Monday night meeting.  Police Chief Todd Ackerman requested the program to help with personnel issues in specific situations.  The new auxiliary personnel would not be armed.   According to Ackerman the auxiliary personnel would only use force as a last resort.  Their primary function would be to observe and ... Read More »

Hunter Education Course Comes to Marysville

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A Hunter’s Education Course will take place this Saturday and Sunday in Marysville. The course will teach new hunters the right and safe way to hunt. The program is being hosted by the Marysville Police Department. Anyone interested in participating in the course can register and pick up materials this week at the Marysville Police Department between 9 A.M. and ... Read More »

Marysville Police On Lookout For Wal-Mart Theives

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Marysville Police are looking for two white men, believed to be in their twenties, and believed to have stolen four laptop computers and two 32 inch televisions from the Marysville Wal-Mart Wednesday morning around 1 a.m. Police think they are driving a late-model Chrysler Sebring four-door. There’s also a possibility that these two individuals are connected to a theft at ... Read More »

Authorities Seek Witness to Trailer Theft

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A flatbed trailer was taken from Quality Monuments’ storage on the corner of Highway 77 and Highway 36 on Friday afternoon between 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. The trailer is 18 feet long and has red rails, a black frame, white rims. The trailer is valued at $4500. Authorities are confident the theft was witnessed and the witnesses did not ... Read More »

Area Law Enforcement Report Few Weather Related Accidents

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Gage County Sheriff Millard “Gus” Gustafson said the county rollover has been the only accident his department has had to dealt with in the last two days. Nemaha and Washington County Sheriff’s Department reported no weather related accidents. Marysville Police Department investigated four accidents related to the weather Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday morning. None of the accidents involved injuries. Read More »