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Marysville City Council Meeting Notes

The Marysville City Council met Monday, and laid to rest the issue of raising chickens within city limits. An issue that has been considered, reconsidered, and discussed at length for some time came down to a vote on a proposed ordinance drafted by the City Attorney, who had explored options with a committee. They had suggested a one year trial program with ten ...

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Highway Resurfacing Projects To Impact Marshall County Highways

On Thursday, April 24, work will resume after the 2013 winter shutdown period for a resurfacing project on K-99 and K-87 in Marshall County. Project work will take place on 9 miles of K-99 from the north K-16 junction at Blaine to five miles south of the city limits of Frankfort; and 10 miles of K-87 from the north city ...

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“Messiah” To Be Performed this Weekend; Groups Work Together to Present The Messiah Project

The sounds of George Frederic Handel’s most famous work, “Messiah,” will fill the Marysville High School auditorium this weekend as the Marshall County Community Choir takes the stage. Four guest soloists and a small chamber orchestra from Kansas State University will join the nearly fifty-member choir to perform selections from this sacred oratorio. Performances are 7:00 p.m. Saturday, April 12, ...

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Marysville Football Spring Cleanup & Community Service Project Planned

On Saturday, April 5, 2014, football players and coaches from Marysville High School will each be performing five hours of community service in Marysville. Area senior citizens and churches will receive top priority for having this free service done which usually consists of yard work, raking leaves, and various odd jobs. The safety of our athletes and availability of any ...

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Jean Cook to Share Paintings and Technique; Workshops and Exhibit Planned for Artist’s Stay

The Marshall County Arts Cooperative is embarking on a three-year engagement with Jean Cook, a Kansas painter who lives in Paola, KS. Cook will spend three days in Marshall County working with students, offering a painting class for adults, and exhibiting nearly thirty pieces of her art at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art. “This is her first year ...

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K-63 Bridge Replacement Project To Begin In Nemaha County

On Monday, March 3, a replacement project will begin on the K-63 bridge located approximately 2 miles north of U.S. 36 in Nemaha County. Crews will replace the existing 153-foot by 26-foot wide structure with a 180-foot by 36-foot reinforced concrete haunch slab structure. Work will take place daily Monday through Friday during daylight hours throughout the project duration. Starting ...

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Julie Yu To Guest Direct Handel’s “Messiah”

Rehearsals for The Messiah Project, a joint production between the Marshall County Arts Cooperative and the Marshall County Community Choir, will start Sunday, February 9, at 2:00 p.m. in the vocal music room at Marysville High School. Rehearsals lead to a concert of George Frideric Handel’s “Messiah” on April 12 and 13. To put together a concert of this masterwork ...

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Morten Kier, Member Of M-Pact, Coming To Marshall County

After two successful stops in Marshall County, the Marshall County Arts Cooperative stays in touch with the members of m-pact, the all-male a cappella group based out of Los Angeles, California, who performed in the area twice. For its current season, the arts cooperative tapped into one of m-pact’s members to come back for a return visit. The arts cooperative ...

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Marysville City Council Notes – Oct. 14

Marysville City Council met Monday. An ordinance reducing the speed limit to 30 miles per hour was unanimously adopted on Jayhawk Road from 8th to 16th Street. The City Administrator updated the council on the KDOT project award for improvements on U.S. 36 Highway from 17th to just east of 20th Street. The state will fund a 95% share up ...

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K-16 Resurfacing Project To Begin In Riley & Pottawatomie Counties

On Monday, September 16, weather permitting, a resurfacing project will begin on a 20-mile stretch of K-16 from the K-13/K-99 junction at the city of Blaine in Pottawatomie County west to the U.S. 77 junction just north of the city of Randolph in Riley County. Project work includes a 1-inch surface mill and a 1.5-inch asphalt overlay on all mainline ...

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