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Uptown Marysville

Residents offer 'big ideas'

Tim Schacht sounds like many millennials when describing his wants and needs.
Ed Pleasant

Community mourns board member, former teacher

Marysville School Board President Sue Devine worked to regain her composure when she opened the Tuesday, June 21 special Board of Education meeting with roll call. One familiar voice did not respond.
Fourth of July

Fireworks, ribfest, full day of fun set

Area residents won't have to travel very far to celebrate the Fourth of July.
Police beat

Marysville: Motorist drives away after hitting construction worker

Union County Sheriff's Office deputies are investigating a hit-skip incident in which a construction worker was struck by an impatient driver who then fled the scene.
Community Gardens

Collaboration grows food and life skills

At Dutch Mill Greenhouse, the garden beds seeded with produce during the spring are showing signs of life.

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Marysville Public Library
Heritage Cooperative

Campus will help alleviate congestion

State and community leaders met the morning of Tuesday, June 12, to celebrate the ribbon-cutting ceremony for a $35 million agriculture campus.
Police beat

Marysville: Business break-ins reported on Coleman's Crossing

At 3:59 a.m. June 12 Marysville Division of Police officers responded to multiple break-ins at businesses on Coleman's Crossing Boulevard.
City Council

Meetings will move to Monday starting July 11

When Marysville City Council meets later this week for one of its two regularly-scheduled monthly meetings, it will be the final Thursday get together.

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