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Church remembered for work with students

The Marysville community is mourning the loss of fourth-grade teacher Kate Church.

Coming up

Red Cross Blood Drive, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday at the Marysville Public Library. Call 1-800-RED-CROSS.

Community wellness fair slated March 26

More than a dozen businesses will participate in a community wellness fair this week.

Early birds can get pool pass discount

Marysville residents who buy pool passes before the season starts will get a break on the price.

Gearing up

Students in the Bunsold After School Enrichment program are repairing unclaimed bikes donated by the Marysville Division of Police and donating them to charity.

Parents tell board walk seems unsafe

Several parents whose children will go from riding the bus to walking next school year told the Marysville Board of Eduction they’re concerned about the students’ safety.

Journalism award

Educators seek test changes

State-mandated testing continues to be a hot topic as Ohio schools move into their second month of administering the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers exams.

Four indicted in petition fraud

Four Columbus residents were indicted Friday, March 20, in Union County on voter fraud charges stemming from a proposed Kroger liquor option on the November ballot.

Convicted nurse must pay $165,000

A Marysville home health nurse has been ordered to pay $165,000 after she pleaded guilty to Medicaid fraud.
Police beat

Marysville: Suspicious suitcase prompts building evacuation

A forgotten suitcase caused a two-hour evacuation of the Union County Services Building, 940 London Ave.
A tale of two Dublins

Gleines love Ireland, but Ohio true home

Al and Anne Gleine visit Dublin, Ireland, at least once a year, but know that Dublin, Ohio, is their true home.

Moving on

Sepeda won 3-0 before beating Andrew Honious of Springboro 4-3 on March 13 to reach a semifinal.

Council may get pay hike

Marysville City Council members could get a raise when the city's new form of government takes effect Jan. 1.

Council approves Route 36 paving

Drivers can expect to encounter roadwork along U.S. Route 36 later this year.
Street Smart U

Event raises drug awareness

Marysville parents can learn about drug abuse trends, paraphernalia and ways to battle addiction during a Street Smart U workshop this week.

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