Marion County

We want to be your cyber-source of information about our community and greater Marion County. Here are some of the interactive options we offer:

  • Read this week?s on-line edition of the Hillsboro Free Press. Simply click on the section of the newspaper that you want to read, then click on the headline that catches your attention. If you?re looking for old news, Free Press issues since July 1999 are available on-line through our archives.
  • To find those hot sports scores — even before they?re published in print — click on ?Sports.? (You?ll find complete coverage of those games with the next on-line edition.)
  • Find out more about our advertisers by clicking on their banner ads, which link to the advertiser?s own Web site (for those that have one!).
  • Buy and sell through our ?Classifieds? section. The instructions are easy to follow.
  • Want to get the word out about an event offered by your church, school or organization? Post it for all the world to see by clicking on ?Community Calendar.?
  • Your non-profit organization can have its own free Web site. Simply click on ?Community Web Sites? and follow the easy instruction to create or edit your site.
  • Wondering what?s going on outside? Click on ?Weather? for a glance at the Doplar radar for Hillsboro.
  • By clicking on ?Favorite Links, you can tap into Web sites for area high schools and colleges as well other popular sites for sports, business and other interests.
  • Find out more about the Census in Hillsboro by clicking here US CENSUS 2000 .
  • We value your ideas and feedback. Leave us a message by clicking on ?Guest Comment.? Or, if you like debating issues with other cyber visitors, click on ?Forum.? And you can cast your vote on current issues — some serious and some for fun — by clicking on ?Poll Question.?

Why not simplify your life and make the Hillsboro Free Press Community Web Site your home page. Also, tell your friends and relatives about this easy and economical way to keep in touch with latest Hillsboro news and views. And thank our advertisers for making it possible!

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