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Objections don't stop development
A mystery business that may begin selling pharmaceuticals, groceries, and fuel in Hillsboro is causing a stir countywide.
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Hamm wins demo derby
Jason Hamm of Hillsboro sipped a cold Bud Light to commemorate his victory in what was a hot and hard-hitting demolition derby Saturday night at the county fair.
Brown water? How bad it is depends on the city
Brown water plagues Marion and Peabody residents, but Hillsboro doesn't get the same number of complaints.
Primary election set for Tuesday
Residents of Marion County will go to the polls Tuesday to select their parties' nominees for the Nov. 4 general election.
Tractor runs over car
Two women were hospitalized after their car was run over by a tractor Monday at 110th and Jade Rds.
Cars are in their blood
Brothers Randy and Terry Hagen will receive a plaque from Ford on Thursday commemorating 50 years of service and sales at their dealership location in Hillsboro.
Mystery business resurfaces at council
An unidentified business that rescinded an offer to buy 3.7 acres of land at Hillsboro Heights has made another offer to Mayor Delores Dalke in the past two weeks.
Teens place in national tech conference
Hillsboro teens Erich Herbel, Carson Herbel, and Matthew Denholm fared well in a national technology conference last month in Washington D.C. Nearly 4,800 competitors were part of the largest Technology Student Association conference in the organization's history.
Retiree restores antique radios
Inside a workshop behind his Hillsboro home, Pete Klassen tunes Internet radio to music of the 1940s and - 50s, while repairing radios made in the - 40s and - 50s.
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Moving to your RV? You may need a permit
The trend some county residents are following by leaving their homes to live in recreational vehicles may end before it begins.
New council member has deep local connections
Hillsboro City Council appointed a new member immediately after accepting Marlene Fast's resignation Tuesday.