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Marysville City Council Notes – August 26

The Marysville City Council met Monday. Among public comment, overgrowth of brush in the ditch along Jayhawk Road was noted, with concern for walkers and bikers along the route. Allie Argo with Marysville Main Street was present, and updated the council on several upcoming events and activities. She received approval to add a window to the office, in the former ...

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City of Washington Asking Residents To Conserve Water

City of Washington utility customers are being asked to conserve water due to a water main break in the 100 block of C Street. The water tower level is low. Residents along C Street north of 2nd Street may experience low water pressure or no water for a few hours while crews fix the leak. Information Courtesy of the Washington ...

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Marshall County does not have an all clear sounder in event of a tornado

Marshall County Emergency Management Director Bill Schwindamann, Jr. would like to remind residents of Marshall County that in the event of a tornado, as was the case last week, that when the tornado siren sounds, it will continue to sound until the threat of severe weather has passed, however there will not be an “all-clear” siren. There was some confusion last ...

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Cambridge Place to celebrate National Nursing Home Week next week

May 12-18 is National Nursing Home Week and Cambridge Place in Marysville will be celebrating all week long with events each day. On Monday at 1 is a Balloon Lift Off, Tuesday is a resident and staff BBQ lunch, Wednesday is a resident and staff pizza lunch along with games up and down the halls, Thursday evening at 6:30 is Open ...

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Community Garden Grants available

Grants up to $5,000 are available by the Kansas Health Foundation, in cooperation with K-State Research and Extension, for a Kansas Community Garden Grant. Applications will be accepted thru January 15. The program was introduced last year to encourage gardening as a healthy physical activity and to teach garden skills while encouraging gardeners of all ages to learn more about ...

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Steele City History Tour Scheduled for October 14th

The public is invited to attend a walking history tour at the Steele City, Nebraska cemetery on Sunday, October 14th at 2:00 p.m. The tour will be led by Mitch Zabokrtsky. During the cemetery tour the group will learn about the founders and early area residents, first confederate and union soldiers buried in the cemetery, and the military members the ...

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West Nile Virus confirmed in Jefferson County

A mosquito carrying the West Nile Virus has been confirmed in Jefferson County. A spokes person with Public Health Solutions says this shouldn’t be made into a crisis, but is just a reminder to take precautions with mosquitos. Peak season for mosquitos is August and September but with the dry weather this year, that may be unpredictable. Public Health Solutions ...

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Marysville Fireworks Law

The city of Marysville would like to remind residents that no fireworks of any kind shall be ignited or discharged in city limits between the hours of 10 p.m. and 10 a.m.  On July 4th fireworks may be discharged until midnight.  Fireworks may only be discharged between June 27 the July 5.

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Centralia Schools Move Forward With Daycare Plan

The Centralia School District will move forward with the creation of a daycare in the City of Centralia.  The daycare is being created with strong support from the residents of Centralia. John Whetzal, Centralia Schools Principal, revealed a location has been secured and the planning for the daycare is moving forward.  The Daycare will be in the Centralia Community Building. ...

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Marysville City Residents Asked To Limit Sewer Use

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 ...

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