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Union County Sheriff's Office Special Events Committee Cookout, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday, Union County Sheriff's Office, 221 W. Fifth St. The May cookout will be held to benefit the Marysville High School Multiple Disability Unit.
Allanah Larriuz has one last summer before college, but she plans to sacrifice it to help others, providing volunteer medical assistance to orphanages and hospitals in impoverished areas of Tanzania.
Marysville school district officials are still mum about why a principal was placed on leave nine days ago.
U.S. Route 33/I-270
Reductions in speed limit and lane closures mark the beginning of three years of construction that will improve the U.S. Route 33 and Interstate 270 interchange. The improvements at the Dublin interchange will replace most ramps and add one more lane in each direction to U.S. Route 33, west of the interchange.
Organizers are seeking participants for a community show-and-tell event focused on local history.
A new partnership to encourage Union County residents to conserve water using rain barrels has been deemed a first-year success.
More than 159 pounds of medication was collected during three Drug Take Back Day events around Union County.
The Union County Sheriff's Office is investigating two reports of possible child abuse.
As expected, Marysville City Council voted 6-0 Thursday, April 23, to increase compensation for members for the first time in almost 20 years.
The Marysville school district's five-year forecast remains stable through June 2019, even with uncertainties regarding the state's biennial budget.
Marysville alumni association
The Marysville High School Alumni Association's refreshed and updated logo, unveiled earlier this month, is featured on the latest Monarch Tales newsletter along with information about this year's alumni banquet ceremony.
A Marion man was in the Tri-County Regional Jail on an aggravated burglary charge after an altercation at an apartment early Friday morning.
Monday Night Euchre, 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at the CASC Senior Center, American Legion Building, 500 Park Ave. Open to the public. Admission is $2. Call 937-644-9801.
* U.S. Army Spc. Brandon J. Koehler graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
Marysville fire officials are investigating the cause of a house fire that broke out around 12:35 p.m. April 17 in the Green Pastures neighborhood.