Knak returns to EMS post
Organizers of the 93rd annual July Fourth celebration proclaimed the event a huge success Monday morning.
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Area students graduate, earn honors
Bethel Five Marion County students were included on Bethel College's list of 2014 bachelor's degree graduates released last week.
Rumors swirl after EMS firing
Peabody is set for its annual Fourth of July events, which include the largest ground display of fireworks in the state and more than a million explosions, culminating in the traditional "Battle of New Orleans" finale.
Your guide to a bang-up Fourth
Marion County residents will have several places to choose from when looking for a good time on Fourth of July.
Business climate heating up, county developer says
Economic development in Marion County has been trending upward since the recession of the late 2000s, officials say.
Colburn returns to edit newspapers
Marion native David Colburn rejoined the staff of Hoch Publishing Company on Monday.
Senior housing may bring glut of homes for sale
Margene Savage, the 1964 Miss Kansas from Florence who died in a car crash during her reign, was honored at the 2014 Miss Kansas pageant June 7 in Pratt.
June declared dairy month in Kansas
Marion County has several dairy farmers including Jason Wiebe Dairy near Durham that produces cheese, this month was declared national dairy month to honor dairy farmers like Wiebe for their hard work.