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Written by Hillsboro Free Press Tuesday, 05 June 2007 18:51Prairie View, a long-time behavioral and mental health services provider headquartered in Newton, will be moving one of its Community Mental Health Center sites from Marion to Hillsboro.
Located in Marion since 1967, Prairie View was asked by Marion County Hospital District No. 1 to vacate their current location in a building on the St. Luke Hospital campus, to accommodate the hospital’s need for expansion.
The new location will be in the Hillsboro Heights Development area with a target occupancy date of July 8.
“The professionals at Prairie View have appreciated the relationship we have had over the last 40 years with the people of Marion and the medical staff at St Luke’s,” said Jessie Kaye, president and chief executive...
Written by Laura Campbell Tuesday, 05 June 2007 16:30The Joe Sechrist family—(kids from left) Tanner, Emily, Abigral), Joe (dad) and Brenda (mom)—walks with Kandis Pankratz (far right) and husband Terry during Hillsboro Mennonite Brethren Church’s “Transition Sunday” trek from HIllsboro High School’s Brown Gymnasium to the church’s new home at Prairie Pointe and C streets.
It may have been officially called “Transition Sunday” a few days ago when members of Hillsboro Mennonite Brethren Church walked from the Brown Gymnasium at Hillsboro High School—their Sunday morning site of three-plus years—to their new $5-plus million building on the east edge of town.
But there’s another “T” word that will share the spotlight with transitioning...
Written by Hillsboro Free Press Wednesday, 30 May 2007 06:38
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Members of the Hillsboro High School girls track team pose for a photo with the first-place plaque they earned at this weekend’s state track & field championships in Wichita. It was Hillsboro’s second title in three years and the fourth consecutive year Hillsboro has finished among the top two teams. Holding the plaque are JuliAnne Chisholm (left) and Tina Frick; in the second row are Hannah Marsh, Chelsea Bebermeyer, Dakota Kaufman and Tiffany Rooker. In the back row are alternates Shelby Koons and Abi Humber. For a complete report on the weekend, see Sports, Page 1B. Photo by Phyllis Richert.
Written by Hillsboro Free Press Wednesday, 30 May 2007 06:35
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The Alex Stuchlik Polka Band from Lost Springs performs during the Friday-evening downtown mixer that kicked off this year’s Hillsboro Family/Folk Festival. 5-Man Trio was the featured performing group and drew rave reviews. Also downtown, the Chamber of Commerce served barbecue and several classic cars were on display. Off and on rain showers dampened participation at this year festival, which culminated with the annual demolition derby on Sunday evening. On Memorial Day, the American Legion hosted its annual program of remembrance at Memorial Park. Kattie King / Free Press
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