Wednesday May 15
Crop dusters turn heads above Marion County
Gordon and Judy Pendergraft look up every time they hear a plane flying overhead.
Circles celebrates first graduation
The fellowship hall at Marion Presbyterian Church was decorated in royal blue Thursday as graduates of the first Circles of Marion County leader class were joined by families and many other supporters for an evening meal and cake and punch.
Band helps Lifelong Learning wrap up season
Toes tapped, chins bobbed, and smiles lit up the faces of more than 100 Lifelong Learning participants Friday as they listened to the music of the Cottonwood River Band at Wolgemuth Music Education Center in Hillsboro.
Chronic diseases class offered
The Marion County Department on Aging is offering a wellness class on Tuesday afternoons at Bethesda Home in Goessel.
Wreck near Herington in Marion County leaves one dead
The Kansas Highway Patrol said a truck was pulling a trailer northbound on Highway U-56, about seven miles south of Herington, around 3:05 a.m. Sunday.
Hillsboro Farmers' Market to start May 2
Spring might be a bit slow coming to Marion County, but the Hillsboro Farmers' Market crew is ready to get started May 2 at the Scheffler House Museum grounds.
Marion County Record
Woman spends night in car
At about 8:30 p.m. April 13, Sonja Maddox, 72, of Lincolnville went off a curve on a gravel road and her Jeep flipped completely over when driving west near the northeast Marion County border.
County still hot on recycling
Marion County Commission collectively expressed continued interest in single-stream recycling.