Local physician moving practice to new facilities

-Michael Reeh, Hillsboro physician, will be moving his practice from 704 S. Main to the building at 104 N. Washington, previously occupied by the dental practice of Tim Woods.

Reeh said he plans to be relocated and open to the public by Sept. 3. He added that the move itself should not have much effect on his office hours.

Hillsboro True Value new Dixon dealer in city

-Hillsboro True Value Hardware, 125 N. Main in Hillsboro, has been appointed a dealer for the Dixon ZTR mower line. Until it recently closed, B&B Handyman in Hillsboro marketed that line.

“We’re proud to add Hillsboro True Value Hardware to our dealer organization,” said John P. Mowder, president of Dixon Industries Inc., which is located in Coffeyville.

“ZTR” stands for “zero turning radius,” which means the riding mower can turn within its own dimensions.

Nancy’s Fashions owner attends educational retreat

-Nancy Klaassen, owner of Nancy’s Fashions, 101 N. Main, Hillsboro, recently returned from a three-day education retreat held at AmericasMart in Atlanta.

She was one of only 34 specialty-shop owners from 14 states, Canada and the Virgin Islands, to take part in the event, which was directed by retail consultant T.J. Reid.

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