Wednesday Mar 5
Students named to HCC honor roll
Several Hutchinson Community College students from the county have been named to the president's and vice president's honor roll for the fall.
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Mon Mar 03, 2014
Kansas Farmer Elected President Of Nat'l Assn Of Wheat Growers
KANSAS FARMER ELECTED PRESIDENT OF NAT'L ASSN OF WHEAT GROWERS Mar. 3, 2014 Source: Nat'l Assn of Wheat Growers news release Kansas wheat farmer Paul Penner was elected as the new president of the National Association of Wheat Growers at the Association's Board of Directors meeting Thursday.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Commission votes on health benefits
After receiving options for county employee health rates Monday from BlueCross BlueShield, commissioners discussed different methods for the county to help pay for benefits.
4-H members share experience, demonstrate talents
A troop of 4-H members gathered to perform, compete, and test their knowledge during the Marion County 4-H Club Day on Saturday at Hillsboro Mennonite Brethren Church in Hillsboro.
Hillsboro grocery to reopen Friday
Since Vogt's Hometown Market closed Feb. 2 and Heartland Foods moved into the building, the Heartland brass has had to wait a little longer than expected to begin business.
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Farmer flown to hospital after semi rollover
Several Marion County emergency responders rushed to the scene of a farm semi-truck rollover Wednesday off Nighthawk Rd. south of 190th Rd. The driver, Linferd Funk of Hillsboro, had to be life watched to Wesley Medical Center in Wichita.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Exension to have class series on memory
The county extension service will offer a Master of Memory class series in March in Hillsboro.
Hillsboro student wins spelling bee
It took 98 words, but after several back-and-forth rounds for first and second place, Jessy Dalke spelled "supplement" correctly to become the Marion County spelling bee champion.
Hillsboro hopes development leads to more rental space
There is a growing need for more rental property in Hillsboro, and that could change if things go a certain way.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Tabor students shovel snow for service day
About 100 Tabor College students, faculty, and staff bundled up and braved frigid winter temperatures to shovel snow for Hillsboro residents after president Jules Glanzer canceled classes due to snowfall and designated Feb. 5 as "Serve Day."
Wed Feb 05, 2014
Tabor calls on students to help with snow
Tabor College President Jules Glanzer canceled today's classes Tuesday evening and designated today as a service day for the college.