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Drug epidemic

Spike in ODs spurs police to act

Eighty law enforcement officers in Union County are now equipped with an opioid overdose drug that can mean the difference between a second chance and a tragic end.

Council repeals fire alarm regulations

Marysville City Council voted 6-0 to repeal an ordinance regulating the installation of fire alarms and protecting emergency personnel from responding to either misused or defective alarm systems.

Wife sentenced to 18 months in prison

The wife of an Ohio National Guardsman who was convicted of sexually abusing three adopted daughters was sentenced Tuesday, July 21, to 18 months in prison for intimidation and obstruction of justice.

Various vehicles expected at Explore a Truck Friday

Marysville residents can get up close and personal with various vehicles and emergency equipment during the Explore a Truck event Friday, July 31.

Trip to Japan forges bonds, cultural awareness

While most Marysville students were celebrating Independence Day this summer, six students were far from home visiting Japan.
Police beat

Marysville: Officials suspect stolen pallets are being resold

The Marysville Division of Police and the Union County Sheriff's Office believe three recent pallet thefts are related.

Memorial Hospital named to 'Most Wired' roster

Memorial Hospital has made the list of the country's "Most Wired" for 2015.

Health department nabs national honor

The Union County Health Department earned a national award for a fall-prevention program for older adults.

Rotary officers elected

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Marysville Public Library

College notes

* Evan See of Marysville was among the spring 2015 graduates of Florida Institute of Technology, earning a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering. See also was named to the spring 2015 semester dean's list.

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