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52nd Annual Beef Day Results

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  52   rd ANNUAL QUALITY BEEF DAY RESULTS   BREEDING BEEF REGISTERED AOB (8) Champion Registered AOB Female 4-H/FFA, JW LeDoux, Agenda, KS Reserve Champion Reg AOB Female 4-H/FFA, Mason Runft, Scandia, KS SHORTHORN (3) Champion 4-H/FFA Female, Tyler Uhri, Dawson, NE Reserve Champion 4-H/FFA Female, Claire Ohlde, Linn, KS ANGUS (3) Champion 4-H/FFA Female, JW LeDoux, Agenda, KS ... Read More »

Soil Trailer Display Comes to Marysville

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The Soil Trailer is coming to town.  A self-contained in a 12’ x 8.5’ enclosed trailer featuring soils and the interaction of our natural resources underground will be in Marysville on Wednesday. The professional design inside, outside, and on top of the trailer brings the world of soil to life. One side of the trailer educates viewers about the natural ... Read More »

Marysville City Residents Asked To Limit Sewer Use

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The City of Marysville is urging all residents to limit sewer/waste water disposal this evening. The pumps at the lagoon are down, due to a sewer force main break on the south side of U.S. Highway 36 just west of the Blue River Bridge. As a result, the pump stations are shut down pending repairs. All Marysville city residents are ... Read More »

A&E Star Coming to Marysville

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Landolls will host A&E star Mark “the big rig” Springer.  Springer is one of four independent shippers featured on the A&E show “Shipping Wars”.  Landoll’s was featured on one episode visiting the Landoll Plant in Marysville where he picked up a Landoll trailer which he uses on the show.  The event will take place at the Bowling Alley in Marysville ... Read More »

Two Marshall County Bridges to be Named After Veterans

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Naming bridges in Marysville – HB2757 will name two bridges in Marshall County in honor of two Vietnam veterans killed in action.  The first bridge is on US77 in Marshall County and would be named the SP4 Michael T Martin Memorial Bridge.  The other bridge on US36 also in Marshall County would be named the SGT Joseph A. Zutterman, Jr. ... Read More »

Stolen Vehicle Recovered in Marysville

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A Marysville man has been arrested in connection with the theft of vehicle from Hiawatha. Francisco Munoz was taken into custody Monday by the Marysville Police Department.  According to Marysville Police the owners of the vehicle came to Marysville to search for the vehicle.  They found the vehicle and notified police.  Munoz was in the vehicle at the time and police ... Read More »

NCKL All-League Boys Basketball Teams Announced

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All League Andy Wilson, 11 Abilene Grant Holmes, 10 Concordia Caleb Carson, 11 Clay Center Cale Green 12 Marysville Isaac Poe, 11 Wamego Adrian Polk, 12 Abilene Jordan Bauman Chapman Gabe Bergmann, 11 Concordia Trey Schultz Chapman Collin Sexton, 12 Abilene Honorable Mention Zach Heiman Chapman Garrison Wright 11 Marysville Keil Kelly, 10 Abilene Marshall Wethington, 11 Wamego Matthew Barlow, ... Read More »

Marshall County Board Meeting

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March 5, 2012   The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular session with Thomas K. Holle Chairman; Charles R. Loiseau and Robert S. Connell members; and Sonya L. Stohs, County Clerk present.   The meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m.   The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute.   The minutes and agenda were ... Read More »

Area Sub-State Basketball Scores – March 2

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Class 3A Girls: ACCHS 43 – Marysville 39 Class 1A Division 1 Girls: Hanover 58 – Valley Heights 52 Centralia 53 – Blue Valley 34 Class 1A Division 2 Girls: Wetmore 59 – Axtell 9 B&B Baileyville 59 – Frankfort 31 Read More »

Marysville Council Approves Police Wellness Program

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Marysville Police Officers will be allowed to exercise while on duty.  Todd Ackerman, Chief of Police, submitted a letter to the council explaining why he felt the program is needed.  According to his letter Chief Ackerman believes the wellness program will help officers better the service for the city and the health of the officer. According to Chief Ackerman Police ... Read More »