Articles By: Hillsboro Free Press

Marie Clark to celebrate 95th

A card shower is being organized for Marie Clark by her family for her 95th birthday on August 7. Cards can be sent to 186 Wagon Wheel Road, Burns, KS 66840.

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Deaths (8-1-18)

◼ BOB LEMON, 77, a welder of Lehigh died July 24 at Via Christi St. Francis in Wichita. Celebration service is at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 28, at Zion Lutheran Church in Hillsboro with Rev. John Werner officiating. Burial in Lehigh Township Cemetery rural Lehigh. Family will receive guests from 6-8 p.m. Friday at Jost Funeral Home in Hillsboro. He […]

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SENIOR SCRIBBLES (8-1-18)

HILLSBORO senior center We welcome the month of August. Soon kids will be going back to school and starting fall sports. We hope you will come join us soon at the senior center. We will have physician Alisa Schmidt here on Thursday, Aug. 2. We also have games and fellowship every Monday after the noon meal and bingo every Wednesday […]

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Marion County Commission election surveys

Marion County Commission election surveys

Kent Becker Kent Becker 680 290th Road,Durham, KS Cell: 620-382-5296 beckerkentd@gmail.com Occupation: County commissioner, bank consultant and director Family : Wife: Ginger; Sons: Tony resides in Colorado and Todd resides in Marion County. Four grandchildren Years resided in Kansas: 66 years; born and raised in Durham/Marion County Previous political experience: One year and four months as Marion County Commissioner Eight […]

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Letters to the Editor (8-1-18)

Community Band was a success Thank you to all who performed with and/or supported the Hillsboro High School and Community Band in the Marion County Fair Parade. Each of the musicians gave their time for an evening rehearsal and the parade. The high school band members performing were Noah Bartel, Rylie Daniels, Malorie Hein, Charlie Major, Grace Major, Callie Plenert, […]

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Hillsboro intersection construction update

Beginning Monday morning, the intersection at D and Main Streets will be closed as part of the mill and overlay project approved by the City in June. Barricades will be set up early Monday morning and work should be completed in approximately a week and a half. The intersection of Adams and D Streets, which has been closed this week, […]

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Daily Life News (7-25-18)

Opera performances Aug. 3-5 in Marion Three performances by Opera in the Flint Hills will take place Aug. 3-5 at the Marion Community Center, 203 N. 3rd St., Marion. Students from all over the nation will stay at the Historic Elgin for a two-week master class designed for advanced students and young professional singers. The students will perform at 7 […]

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SENIOR SCRIBBLES (7-25-18)

HILLSBORO senior center We have the August menus ready, so stop by to pick one up soon. We also need volunteers. Please call the center for more information at 620-947-2304. We hope you will join us soon at the center. We want to thank everyone for supporting our center at the Farmers Market meal last Thursday. We have show and […]

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Deaths (7-25-18)

◼ DOROTHY J. BRYAN, 89, formerly of Canton, died July 13 at her home in Kansas City. Visitation was held from 10 a.m. to service time Thursday, July 19, at Olson’s Mortuary in Canton. A graveside service followed at 11 a.m. at Canton Township Cemetery. She was born July 30, 1928 to Marvin and Nellie (Switzer) Wagner in Arriba, Colo. […]

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Tabor’s Bradley Vogel receives KCDA Achievement award

Tabor’s Bradley Vogel receives KCDA Achievement award

Bradley Vogel, pictured with wife Bev, holds the Harry Robert Wilson Award he received July 14 in Topeka for his leadership and involvement with the Kansas Choral Directors Association. Courtesy Photo Bradley Vogel, professor of music and director of choral activities at Tabor College, was awarded the Harry Robert Wilson Award at the annual convention of the Kansas Choral Directors […]

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