Articles By: Hillsboro Free Press

Deaths (Week of June 13, 2007)

Larry Hiebert   Larry Elliott Hiebert, 64, certified public accountant, died June 7. The service was held June 12 at University Congregational Church in Wichita. Burial was in the Haven of Rest Cemetery in Hillsboro. He is survived by his wife, Sheryl, a son, Mark H.W. Hiebert and wife E. Marlowe Wakeman; and his mother, Nell of Hillsboro. A memorial […]

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Engagement-Ratzlaff, Arnold to marry Aug. 4
Engagement-Ratzlaff, Arnold to marry Aug. 4

Engagement-Ratzlaff, Arnold to marry Aug. 4

RatzlaffArnoldDSC01269A.jpg Don and Gayla Ratzlaff of Hillsboro and Rob and Sharon Arnold of Olathe announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their children, Emily Ratzlaff and Cooper Arnold. The bride-elect is a 2005 graduate of Hillsboro High School and this fall will begin her junior year at the University of Kansas in Lawrence. The groom-to-be graduated from Olathe South High […]

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Anniversaries (Week of June 13, 2007)
Anniversaries (Week of June 13, 2007)

Anniversaries (Week of June 13, 2007)

Dalke40thAnnivNow2.jpg Dalke40thAnnivThen.jpg Dalkes celebrate 40th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dalke celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary June 10 with a reception at home for family and friends. Donna Delk married Dan Dalke June 10, 1967, at the Ebenfeld Mennonite Brethren Church. Their immediate family includes Darrell and Joy, Alex and Faith; Dale and Jane, Jessi and Eli; Jonathan and Dana […]

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With four wins, Legion team improves to 7-1
With four wins, Legion team improves to 7-1

With four wins, Legion team improves to 7-1

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Travis Riesen snaps off a curve ball and strikes out a Lyons batter looking to end the fourth inning on Thursday. He struck out nine and Legion Post 366 claimed a 7-1 win. Andrew Ottoson / Free Press. Click image to enlarge.

Hillsboro American Legion Post 366 added four more wins to its resume this week and improved its record to 7-1.

Hillsboro outscored Peabody 11-4 and 16-11 on Tuesday. On Thursday, Hillsboro tallied a 7-1 win over Lyons before eking out a 12-11 victory in the second game.

Lyons?Travis Riesen took the hill for the first game and allowed one run and six runners in seven innings.

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Tabor adds three more athletes by transfer

The Tabor College Athletic Department has announced the signing of additional athletes for the new school year.<p>Jason Aubrey, Bartlesville, Okla., has signed to participate in football. He will transfer from Emporia State University.<p>According to Mike Gottsch, Bluejay head coach, Aubrey was ?an exceptional passing quarterback? at Bartlesville High School.<p>?He is very competitive and will bring solid leadership qualities to the team,? Gottsch said. ?He is a young man of faith and will be a very positive influence on the Tabor campus.?

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Tabor athletes honored

Several Tabor College student-athletes were recognized for regional and national honors at its annual athletic banquet in May. In addition, Ashley Malcom, Lymon, Colo. was named Tabor?s ?outstanding female athlete of the year? while Andrew Brubacher, Hillsboro, was named ?outstanding male athlete of the year.? The ?outstanding scholar athletes of the year? were Emily Vogts, North Newton, and Lindsey Vogts, […]

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HHS performers win two Jester Awards for ?Shenandoah?
HHS performers win two Jester Awards for ?Shenandoah?

HHS performers win two Jester Awards for ?Shenandoah?

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Aaron Stepanek, David Vogel, Darren Enns and Alex Jost pose with the Jester Award they received May 26 from the Music Theatre of Wichita for ?Outstanding Production Number.? The foursome performed the number during the HHS fall production of ?Shenan?doah,? directed by Lynn Just, as well as at the awards ceremony in Wichita. Enns is holding the Jester Award he received as ?Outstand?ing Lead Male? from the same production. He and Audrey Weinbrenner, who was nominated for ?Outstanding Lead Female,? also performed during the awards ceremony.

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HHS FFAers feted at state
HHS FFAers feted at state

HHS FFAers feted at state

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These members of the Hillsboro FFA chapter attended the recent state FFA convention in Manhattan: back row (from left), Alex Nuss Lora Andrews, Amanda Bartel, Caleb Barkman, Sierra Langley, David Winter, Jacob Fish, Kelsie Penner, Briana Loewen, Sarah Unruh, Alex Jost and Jacob Edwards. Click image to enlarge.

Members of the Hillsboro High School FFA Chapter recently attended the state FFA convention on the campus of Kansas State University in Manhattan.

Throughout the convention, the Hillsboro FFA received recognition.

Lora Andrews placed fifth in Web-page design for the Web page she created for the HHS chapter. It may be accessed from the school district?s home page (www.usd410.org).

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HHS CDs expected by next week

CDs featuring the Hillsboro High School ensemble Spirit-N-Celebration Men as well as performances from S-N-C Night On The House should be arriving next week, according to Lynn Just, director of vocal music. ?The company printing the cases and CDs has been having technical difficulties, and apologizes for the long wait,? Just said. ?When the CDs have arrived, members of SNC […]

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Hoffmans earn ‘I’ rating at state

Goessel High School freshman Kristen Hoffman received a ?I? rating at the state piano competition sponsored by the Kansas State High School Activities Association and held at Wichita State University. She is a piano student of Cynthia Goerzen of Goessel.

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