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Symbol of friendship

The rock, sent from Marysville's sister city in Japan, Yorii, will be placed in Partner's Park.
Marysville City Council

Retirements changed, clerk interviews set

Marysville City Council unanimously approved modifications to some city employees' retirement contributions.
Union, Delaware counties

Sheriff investigating Kroger petition signatures

The Union County Sheriff's Office has launched a criminal investigation into what detectives say are hundreds of likely forged and fraudulent signatures on local election petitions.

Students helped guide homecoming fun

Marysville High School's revamped student council played a key role in deciding themes and events for this year's homecoming.
Oct. 16

NSX Nite drives home Acura's local ties

When the city of Marysville hosts NSX Nite Thursday, Oct. 16, the event will help promote the fact that a revival of Honda's popular Acura NSX sports car will be manufactured locally.
Police beat

Marysville: More residents scammed by bogus gift cards

Marysville police received two more reports from people who purchased fraudulent gift cards in the last two weeks.

City asks residents not to block walks

Marysville is reminding residents not to block city sidewalks, including with vehicles, so pedestrians can pass safely without going onto streets or private property.

Marysville subs raise for retirement contribution

About two years of retirement contribution negotiations between Marysville and its employees are nearly completed.

City, county stocking up on salt for winter

With the start of winter just a couple of months away, Marysville and Union County officials said they have enough salt in reserve if snowy weather hits early.

'The Maize': play by day, fright at night

Fall fun returns to the Rausch family farm in Milford Center with "The Maize," a nine-acre cornfield maze with accompanying fall activities now open for its 13th year at 8657 Axe Handle Road.

MHS senior named National Merit semifinalist

A Marysville High School student has been named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist.

Agencies will continue drug take-back days

More than 165 pounds of unused and expired medication was collected Sept. 27 at the Union County Sheriff's Office as part of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's National Drug Take-Back Day.

Brush pickup will cease Oct. 10

The Marysville Division of Streets has announced that Friday, Oct. 10, will be the last day for brush pickup for two months.

Marysville Kmart to close in December

The Marysville Kmart has begun a liquidation sale as it prepares to close its doors.
Police beat

Marysville: Police warn residents about fundraiser card scam

Marysville police are advising residents to be on the lookout for a scam related to fraudulent athletic fundraiser cards.

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