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Governor Brownback Visits Local Businesses

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Kansas Governor Sam Brownback was in Marysville Tuesday afternoon, concluding a whirlwind tour of Kansas businesses in recognition of Small Business Month in June. Following stops in Concordia and Belleville, Brownback stopped at Kansas Specialty Dog Service in Washington, then revisited Oregon Trail Equipment west of Marysville which is rebuilding after the May tornado. Brownback stopped at Tension Envelope, and ... Read More »

Tornado damage to cost $5-6 million

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Damage from the EF-2 tornado that struck the western half of Marysville Monday night is expected to cost $5-6 million. The National Weather Service reports that the tornado touched down on the Washington and Marshall County line around 9:30 pm and moved east-northeast along Highway 36 before turning to the northeast, taking out 2 businesses, damaging about 30 homes and killing 2 horses ... Read More »

Tornado Causes Damage To West Side of Marysville

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Marysville, Kan. – The National Weather Service issued a Tornado Warning about 9:30 p.m. Monday, after a twister was spotted about a mile Northwest of Marysville. Marshall County Emergency Management officials report that Oregon Trail Equipment, a John Deere implement dealer, sustained severe damage in the storm along with Precision Truss, a lumber and roofing truss company. Marshall County Emergency ... Read More »

KCC Ag Trucking Regulations and Exemptions program to be held in Marysville

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Marshall County Farm Bureau, Oregon Trail Equipment, and Southeast Nebraska Coop will be sponsoring a KCC Ag Trucking Regulations and Exemptions program on Tuesday, February 19 at the Marysville American Legion. Doors open at 11 am, lunch at 11:30, and the program starts at 12:15. If you have questions about hauling to terminals or elevators across state lines or you ... Read More »