The Week that Was / 5 years Ago


  • Rural Marion County road signs installed over the last three years at the coast of nearly $23,000 have more than paid for themselves in saved time and health of citizens as far as Sheriff Lee Becker and County Emergency Medical Services Director Joann Knak are concerned.
  • If the Environmental Protection Agency forces Kansas to follow guidelines for cleaner streams, the cost of conforming could be extreme, a consultant told the Hillsboro City Council at its Oct. 17 meeting.
  • USD 410 clerk Marilyn Schmidt is retiring this month after 27 years in that position.
  • Tabor College Bluejays men’s and women’s soccer teams clinched championship titles.
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