Articles By: Hillsboro Free Press

New cardiovascular doctor joins ranks in Hillsboro

New cardiovascular doctor joins ranks in Hillsboro

Hillsboro area residents now can receive comprehensive cardiovascular care at Hillsboro Community Hospital, your neighborhood hospital, rather than traveling to out-of-town for similar services. “Our mission is to provide cardiology care Monday through Friday (at HCH) and be available on call 24-7 to provide high level physician directed cardiovascular care,” said Susie McClintock, an advanced registered nurse practitioner with more than 20 years of […]

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Former Tabor standout, Mitch McIntyre, signed by Brewers

Former Tabor standout, Mitch McIntyre, signed by Brewers

Mitch McIntyre while at Tabor College. Former Tabor standout pitcher Mitch McIntyre hopes to return to Tabor this fall and finish his degree in business administration. If he does, he will be just another student, with one exception—he is a professional baseball player in the Milwaukee Brewers organization. McIntyre was picked up by the Brewers and is currently playing in […]

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4-H members meet for regular meeting

How many know mom’s favorite color? That was the question for roll call at the May 13 meeting of the Tampa Triple T’s 4-H Club. The leader’s report was given and members were reminded of Campference, June 26-29. Livestock nominations for beef heifers, hogs, goats and sheep were due June 15. The Marion County Fair is from July 21-28. Other […]

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Goessel woman wins painting raffle

Goessel woman wins painting raffle

Congratulations to Cindy Wiens of Goessel for winning the raffle drawing of the 30-inch by 40-inch original painting of the Schroeder Barn at the Mennonite Heritage and Agriculture Museum. The painting was done to call attention to the Schroeder Barn restoration project beginning this fall on the museum grounds. The drawing was held the last day of Country Threshing Days in […]

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Reed named interim Athletic Director at Tabor

Reed named interim Athletic Director at Tabor

Tabor College has announced that Shawn Reed, head women’s basketball coach, has added the role of interim athletic director, effective July 1. In that role, Reed will oversee the day-to-day operations of the athletic department for the 2018-19 academic year. “I am excited to serve Tabor and our excellent coaching staff, trainers and support staff in this role,” Reed said. […]

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Take a look at who Marion County will be voting for on August 7th

The 2018 primary election is Tuesday, August 7. There will be six contested primary races in the Republican Party and one in the Democratic Party. Here is a look at what will be on your ballot: Governor/Lieutenant Governor: Republican: Jeff Colyer/Tracey Mann, Kris Kobach/Wink Hartman, Ken Selzer/Jen Anderson, Jim Barnett/Rosie Hansen, Patrick Kucera/Patricia Reitz, Tyler Ruzich/Dominic Scavuzzo. Democrat: Carl Brewer/Chris […]

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DEATH: Gerald Lee Carpenter

Gerald Lee Carpenter (79) of Cedar Point passed away Thursday, July 19, 2018 at Diversicare Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center in Council Grove following a long battle with Alzheimer’s Disease. Gerald was the eighth of nine children of Gus and Ida (Piper) Carpenter and was born December 18, 1938 at the family home in Cedar Point. He married Sharon Elizabeth White […]

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Grand Fun at the Fair

Grand Fun at the Fair

Marion County Fair 2018 Champ Carla Hamm celebrates her victory on Saturday in the Powder Puff division of the Demolition Derby at the Marion County Fair. Phyllis Richert/ Free Press Marion County Fair 2018 Champ Carla Hamm celebrates her victory on Saturday in the Powder Puff division of the Demolition Derby at the Marion County Fair. Phyllis Richert/ Free Press […]

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Plenty different between District 74 candidates

Kansas House District 74 residents will have a clear choice between Republican candidates during the Aug. 7 primaries. And without a democratic contender, the Republican candidate nominated in August will be the representative for the district through 2020. Current Representative Don Schroeder is running against political newcomer Stephen Owens. Both men are residents of Hesston. Owens said he became interested […]

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Daily Life News (8-1-18)

Colyer, Mann to stop in county Gov. Jeff Colyer and Lt. Gov. Tracey Mann will be in Marion County from 4:15 – 4:45 p.m.on Thursday, Aug. 2, at Hillsboro Industries, located at 220 Industrial Road, Hillsboro. They will continue making stops in various counties for the 105 County Get Out the Vote tour. To welcome teachers, staff Aug. 13 Hillsboro […]

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