Spectators gather as the city of Marshall endeavors to remove loose bricks from the face of a condemned building at 262 W. Arrow St. Thursday, Nov. 17. Wind gusts earlier in the day reportedly blew several bricks loose and visibly shook the building, leading the city to block off the street as a safety precaution.
The fourth grade choir of Eastwood and Northwest Elementary Schools, directed by Daniel Wright, performs a Medley of U.S. military anthems during a Veterans Day ceremony on the Saline County Courthouse lawn Friday, Nov. 11.
Saline County Emergency Management Director Tony Day discusses the process of acquiring voice-capable sirens for the Saline County Courthouse Wednesday, Nov. 2, before the sirens are tested by playing the Star-Spangled banner. Four of the sirens were installed in the courthouse's bell tower on Oct. 20. In addition to issuing storm warnings, the sirens have the capability to make public announcements and play music.
Members of the Marshall Fire Department and the West Central Fire Protection District break through an interior wall at the former Ivy Haven Motel and Budget Inn Saturday, Aug. 20, during a self-rescue training exercise.
Two pedestrians can be seen in front of Walmart from this southward facing camera as a vehicle driven by Carl Clayton Roettgen heads west to east through the parking lot while fleeing from an attempt by the Marshall Police to place him under arrest. At an undeterminable point in the video, Officer Tyler Newell fires one round into the trunk of Roettgen's car.
A second angle of the Marshall Police Department's attempted arrest of Carl Clayton Roettgen on the evening of May 13, 2015, in the Walmart parking lot shows the trajectory of Roettgen's path as Officer Tyler Newell pursues and fires a single round.
Officers Tyler Newell and Joshua O'Bryan of the Marshall Police Department attempt to serve an active arrest warrant on Carl Clayton Roettgen the evening of May 13, 2015, in the Marshall Walmart parking lot.