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Raider Classic Championship Scoreboard

2013 RAIDER CLASSIC BRACKET FINALS – SAT. JAN. 19 Horton 62, St. Mary’s 43 – 7th Place Jackson Heights 51, Hiawatha 42 – 5th Place Marysville 53, Troy 32 – 3rd Place Nemaha Valley 56, Falls City 48 – Championship SEMI-FINALS – THU. JAN. 17 Falls City 57, Troy 21 Hiawatha 51, Horton 47 Nemaha Valley 56, Marysville 25 Jackson ...

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Knowledge at Noon program this Wednesday in Marysville

K-State Research and Extension’s “Knowledge at Noon” program continues this Wednesday when Brian Hansen, the Radon Action Coordinator for K-State Research and Extension presents “Radon 101 – What does everyone need to know.”  He’ll explain how radon gets into your home, how to test for it, and how to reduce high levels of radon in your home.  This free program ...

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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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City of Marysville continues water tower project

The City of Marysville will be taking the main water tower, located at 17th and Center, out of service for a while on Tuesday morning, beginning at approximately 9:30 to allow for construction crews to install new valves and piping.  Most residents and businesses won’t notice a difference, but those within several blocks of the water tower will notice lower ...

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L.O.V.E. Marysville Tickets on sale

Tickets are on sale for the annual L.O.V.E. Marysville, a formal affair, which will be held February 9th at the VFW Club 36. Tickets are $40 if purchased before January 25th and will be $50 after that, and are available at the Marysville Chamber of Commerce office and Marysville Main Street Office. The event this year will benefit the LifeTiles ...

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Dr. Brown new Chief of Staff at CMH

Marysville, KS – Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) is pleased to announce the appointment of Randall Brown, MD, ABFP, as Chief of Staff, effective January 1, 2013. His term will run through December 31, 2014. Dr. Brown is replacing Dr. John Ryan, who served as Chief of Staff during 2011-2012. Chief of staff assists in coordinating the activities and concerns of ...

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High School Basketball Scores – Jan. 8

North Central Kansas League Boys Abilene 68, TMP-Marian 43 Beloit 42, Chapman 34 Concordia 63, Marysville 26 Minneapolis 57, Clay Center 35 Twin Valley League Boys Axtell 67, St. Xavier 36 Baileyville B&B 39, Linn 34 Centralia 40, Valley Heights 39 Frankfort 52, Clifton-Clyde 32 Hanover 56, Washington County 55 Onaga 49, Wetmore 44 North Central Kansas League Girls Abilene ...

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School Board Positions up for Election in April

A reminder those wishing to file for the April City and School election need to do so by noon Tuesday, January 22nd. Positions up for election on the county school boards, with who is the current board member, include, for Marysville, USD 364, Position 4, Jada Ackerman of Marysville, position 5, Michelle Reinhart of Marysville, and Position 6, Sandy Wilson ...

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Roc Day III to be held Jan. 12 in Marysville

Roc Day III, a gathering for fiber enthusiasts, quilters, spinners, weavers and other crafters, will be held Saturday, January 12, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art in Marysville, Kan. The free event, sponsored by the Marshall County Arts Cooperative, includes interactive classes, fiber demonstrations, displays, vendors and more. Classes require a small ...

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City notes from Washington and Marysville

Here’s a note from the City of Marysville.  The Marysville Brush Dump will only be open on Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 1-5 until further notice. And a note from the City of Washington.  The intersection of 6th and B Street in Washington reopened to traffic Thursday morning.

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