Articles By: Hillsboro Free Press

Tabor College to offer scholarship to MB students

Tabor College is offering a unique scholarship worth $112,000 over four years for high school seniors graduating in 2020 who attend Mennonite Brethren churches. The new TABOR 20 scholarship will provide $28,000 per year. It can be renewed all four years and will be awarded to a minimum of 30 students. Prospective students can apply by: (1) Download the free […]

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Local students sign letter of intent for college play

Local students sign letter of intent for college play

Josiah Driggers signed to attend Emporia State University where he will participate in Track and Field. Front row, dad Brent Driggers, Josiah and mom Jamie Driggers. Back row: HHS Track Coach Dennis Boldt and Assistant Coach Malinda Just. Darian Ratzlaff signed with Tabor College on Wednesday where he will be playing basketball for his uncle head coach Micah Ratzlaff. His […]

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Goessel student to have art showcased at Bethel

Eight Bethel College seniors have work on display during the final weeks of the school year. The Senior Art Exhibit will be in the Regier Art Gallery in Luyken Fine Arts Center through Commencement Sunday, May 19. Gallery hours are weekdays, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sundays, 2-4 p.m., with extended hours during commencement weekend, May 17-19. There is no admission charge. […]

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‘The Igloo’ is back and open for business

‘The Igloo’ is back and open for business

The Igloo is open again. On Sunday, moms were given a free mini snowcone in honor of Mother’s Day.

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Hillsboro Golf Team takes fifth at split tourney

The Hillsboro High School golf team has a tournament in Marion County on Friday. The first half of the course ran through the Marion golf course and then finished up at the Hillsboro golf course. Eight teams competed and Hillsboro took fifth with a team score of 829. Sophomore Paul Glanzer had a score of 89 and came in at […]

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Hillsboro has great showing in Hesston

Hillsboro has great showing in Hesston

Congratulations to the Boys Track & Field Team for placing 2nd with 123 points at the Hesston Invitational. Wes Shaw won the Discus with a throw of 176-05 at the Hesston Invitational. Photos by Karrie Rathbone/Special to the Free Press

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Deaths (5-8-19)

◼ Elizabeth L. wasserman, 80, of El Reno, Oklahoma and formerly of Canton, died April 29, 2019, in Bethany, Oklahoma. A funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 5, 2019, at Olson’s Mortuary, Canton. Interment will be in the Canton Township Cemetery. Friends may call from 1:00 p.m. until service time Sunday at the mortuary. Memorials […]

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Senior Scribbles (5-8-19)

HILLSBORO senior center This week we have bingo on Wednesday after the noon meal. Our jam session is on Thursday, May 9. Then the graduations start for high schools and college. Our oldest grandson graduates on Saturday, May 11 from Goddard High School. A big accomplishment for him. We are very proud grandparents. We have show and tell on May […]

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Daily Life News (5-8-19)

Volunteer program available in Goessel The Bethesda Home Junior Volunteer Program Bethesda will again be offering a Junior Volunteer Program this summer. This program is for youth ages 10-14 years of age. Volunteers learn the value of giving of themselves, expecting nothing in return. The interesting thing is what you DO get in return! * Friendship with elders *Skills in […]

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Students sign college intent letters

Students sign college intent letters

Brooks Gardner signed with Tabor College where he plans to play football for his dad, head football coach Mike Gardner. Brooks is the son of Mike and Julie Gardener. On Wednesday, April 20, at 3:00 p.m. Sarah Spencer signed with the Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Science (KAMS) at FHSU where she will start in August. She will complete her […]

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