Written by Don Ratzlaff Wednesday, 20 February 2008 06:42
The Hillsboro High School wrestling team qualified eight athletes for state competition, won only the second regional team championship in school history and saw Coach Scott O’Hare go home with “Coach of the Year” at the Class 3-2-1A regional tournament in Eureka on Friday and Saturday. Pictured above are state qualifiers, back row (from left), CJ Shaw, Jacob Yoder, Frankie Martin, Gradsy Stultz; front row, Alex Jost, Robby McClelland, Nicholas Mueller and Tyler Jones. For more about their wrestling weekend, see the full article here .
Written by Malinda Just Wednesday, 20 February 2008 06:35
Although spring may seem like a far-away dream, for many high school girls, it’s time to start thinking about the glitz and glamour of prom night.
For parents, it may seem like time to start saving for the financial commitments that accompany prom—the dress, the accessories, the perfect up-do.
Written by Malinda Just Wednesday, 13 February 2008 08:24
Marion County was represented at the state caucuses for both the Republicans and Democrats last week. Republicans gathered Saturday, four days after the Democratic meeting on Super Tuesday.
The first Republican Party competitive caucus in 20 years drew 20,000 registered voters to polls across the state.
Written by Don Ratzlaff Wednesday, 13 February 2008 08:16
After several months of anticipating action, the Hillsboro City Council finally approved an ordinance at its Feb. 6 special meeting that would assess a fine up to $500 for anyone creating “unnecessary loud noises” within the city limits.
Written by Malinda Just Wednesday, 13 February 2008 08:13
“In addition to the normal things you’d expect from a pastor, I wear a consultation hat, I wear a facilitation hat, I wear a counseling hat. It’s a ministry of reconciliation.”—Orlan Koehn, Trinity Mennonite Church
Over the past 25 years, a trend has been on the rise for churches going through a transitional phase in pastoral leadership, including Hillsboro churches.
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