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Partnership for Growth Extends Agreement with SRS

The Marshall County Partnership’s Board of Directors Meeting held on Tuesday, Sept. 27th. The board agreed to notify everyone that has made a donation to the SRS fund asking if they would allow the Partnership to retain the excess portion of their contribution to be included in the 2013 payment to SRS as per the agreement to keep the Marysville ...

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Homecoming Kings and Queens

Three area schools crowned homecoming kings and queens last Friday. Marysville King is Eddie Creek and the Queen is Maggie Schotte. Valley Heights crowned Marey Whitsen as King and Racheal Christie as Queen. Centralia King is Michael Glatzick and Queen Vanessa Burdiek

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Marysville Police On Lookout For Wal-Mart Theives

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 ...

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Marshall County Commissioners Minutes 9/26/11

September 26, 2011   The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular adjourned session with Charles R. Loiseau, Chairman; Thomas K. Holle and Robert S. Connell member; and Sonya L. Stohs,CountyClerkpresent.   The meeting was called to order at9:00 a.m.   The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute.   The minutes and agenda were approved as presented ...

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Hanover, Barnes and Washington Fire Departments Respond to Shed Fires

On 091211 the Hanover and Barnes Fire Departments were dispatched to 2331 County Line Road for a shed fire.   On 091211 the Washington Fire Department was dispatched to 312 West College Washington for the report of a shed fire.   On 091211 on Thunder Road 1/2 mile north of 22nd Road, Clair Friedrichs, Marysville driving a 1992 Mack truck ...

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Marshall County Commissioners’ Meeting Minutes

September 19, 2011 The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular adjourned session with Charles R. Loiseau, Chairman; Thomas K. Holle and Robert S. Connell member; 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 approved as presented ...

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Preliminary Hearing Set for Former County Attorney

Former Marshall County Attorney Brian Carroll is scheduled to appear in Marshall County Court October 11th. Carroll did not enter a plea at the most recent hearing, leading District Judge Jack Murphy to schedule the preliminary hearing. Carroll is accused of misappropriating more than $70,000 from the Marysville Berean Church over a four year period.

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Partnership Attempting to Keep SRS Office in Marysville

The Marshall County Partnership for Growth is asking the public to help pay the rent, utilities and supplies for the SRS office in Marysville. George McCune, Marshall County Economic Development Director has sent an email asking for financial support to keep an office located in Marysville. The Partnership is attempting to raise $10,000 in the next 24 hours. The effort to ...

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Marysville City Council Abandons Industrial Park Plan

Marysville City Council ended an effort to create a new industrial park near the airport. The council unanimously approved abandoning the proposed industrial park. The city had paid over $7,000 toward the project.

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CMH to be Clinical Site for Cloud County Community College

Marysville, KS – Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) recently signed an agreement toserve as a clinical training site for nursing students at Cloud County Community College, Concordia, KS. Clinical experiences prepare students for nursing practice in diverse settings. As a clinical site for registered nurses, CMH will provide six weeks of training for each session—one day per week—utilizing nine nurse trainees ...

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