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The Marysville school district tentatively has named a new high school principal.
Union County Farmers Market, 8 a.m. until sold out, Saturdays at Partners Park, corner of Sixth and Main streets, Marysville. Visit unioncountyfarmersmarket.com.
* Marysville area students who received degrees at the University of Cincinnati's 2015 spring commencement include: Nicholas Tabernik, master's degree; and Nicholas Blumenschein, Katie Britt, Natalie Harp, Taylor Spears, Steven Watson and Erica Willer, bachelor's degrees.
City Council vacancy
Marysville City Council will interview candidates July 1 to replace Councilman Dan Fogt in the soon-to-be-vacant Ward 2 seat.
The Union County Sheriff's Office is still waiting for full details from an autopsy conducted last week on the body of a woman found in a burning minivan shortly before midnight June 19.
Marysville residents will be able to celebrate Independence Day with a parade, fireworks and the second annual Rock'n'Ribfest.
Union County has had ample rainfall in the last week. The city of Marysville announced Thursday afternoon that sections of the Jim Simmons Trail were closed due to flooding and high water up to 3 feet. Parking lots along Mill Creek also were closed.
Marysville school board members plan to be more vocal about state legislative changes and more visible in the community in the year ahead.
A Union County grand jury has indicted a former Marysville High School teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a student on four counts of sexual battery.
Marysville school district
A new assistant principal, transportation director and athletics director will join the Marysville school district.
Marysville High School Principal Aaron Cook is expected to be hired this week as an administrator in the Delaware City School District.
Music on Main Thursday Night Music Series presents Jimmy Davis, 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Partners Park, 125 E. Sixth St.
Memorial Hospital has announced the recipients o the 2015 Memorial Health medical Staff Scholarships. These $1,000 awards are made to high school seniors who live in the county who plan to study health-related fields in college.
Marysville resident Sarah Mierta was named to the 2015 spring semester dean's list at Bob Jones University. She is a sophomore accounting major.
U.S. Army Pvt. Justin C. May has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
Marysville police arrested a 31-year-old man and charged him with robbery, a second-degree felony, at Walmart, 555 Coleman's Crossing Blvd.