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Updated 3:04 p.m. July 27

No foul play suspected after body found in Mill Creek; man ID'd

Marysville Division of Police officials said they do not believe foul play was involved in the death 39-year-old William E. Wampler, whose decomposing body was pulled from Mill Creek on Tuesday, July 26.

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College notes

* Students named to the Tiffin University dean's list for the spring 2016 semester include Joseph Thompson and Meredith Wilson.

Neighbors in the news

* Jenna Lee, of Marysville, was chosen by the National Future Farmers of America Organization to participate in the 2016 New Century Farmer conference July 10-16 in Johnstown, Iowa.
#backtheblue Bulb Challenge

Aug. 7 event set to show support for law officers

In college, Nicole Sassen explored the possibility of having a career as a police detective.
Marysville schools

Savidge chosen for skill set, volunteer record

The Marysville Exempted Village School Board swore in its newest member, Nan Savidge, during the Thursday, July 21, school board meeting.
Police beat

Marysville: Man, woman charged with break-in, theft of firearms

A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for Aug. 1 for two people charged in connection with a burglary and the theft of fire arms from a residence in the in the 17000 block of Raymond Road July 19.
Encore! Union County

'Addams Family' opens Friday

There are two themes to follow when audience members go to see this summer's Encore! Union County production: the importance of family and the importance of accepting others.
Pokemon mania

Many see pluses to game craze -- with precautions

It's like a virtual snipe hunt. This Pokemon Go craze has swept the nation and Marysville is no exception.
Repaving program

Summer roadwork begins

Work is underway on Marysville's largest street repaving project of the summer, and drivers along Industrial Parkway are coping with single-lane traffic and flag crews to manage movement of vehicles.
Police beat

Marysville: Thefts reported to local agencies

Marysville Police Department officers and Union County Sheriff's Office deputies recently received numerous reports of thefts.

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