Category: Breaking News

House speaker to address Tabor 60+

Kansas Speaker of the House Melvin Neufeld, will present ?From a farm in Ingalls to the statehouse in Topeka? at the ?60+? Learning in Retirement Program at 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 19, in the Wohlgemuth Music Education Center at Tabor College. The public is invited to attend. Neufeld, a 1962 alumnus of Tabor College, is serving his 10th term representing […]

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Heinrichs named next HHS principal

Unified School District 410 Board of Education offered a two-year contract Monday to Max Heinrichs to be principal of Hillsboro High School. Heinrichs, activities director and HHS assistant principal, will assume his new position in August. He will succeed Dale Honeck, who will retire after the current school year. ?We know you?re committed to the students in our district,? board […]

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CORRECTION: Tabor volleyball to play at Salina

Contrary to what was reported in our Nov. 7 print edition, the KCAC post-season volleyball tournament semifinal match between Tabor College and Kansas Wesleyan University will be played in Salina, not Lindsborg. The starting time on the KWU campus will be 7 p.m.

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Hillsboro falls to Conway in regional faceoff

Facing tradition-rich Conway Springs, owners of five Class 3A state championships since 1998, the Hillsboro Trojans had the added challenge of playing without starting quarterback Spencer Brown, who was injured Tuesday night at Sedgwick. So it wasn?t totally unexpected when the Cardinals left Hillsboro with a 35-26 regional win over the Trojans Saturday. But just how hard Conway Springs had […]

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McPherson beats Tabor 13-6

The Tabor College Bluejays came up literally a few yards shy of their first KCAC win of the season, losing at McPherson 13-6.

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Marion residents consider city’s future

Marion residents suggested their city?s future could develop as an ?end retirement spot? for baby boomers looking for a nice place to live. About 70 residents gathered Monday night, Oct. 29, to share ideas for economic development that could be sponsored by the city. Participants pictured condominiums and patio homes as part of the development picture for living in a […]

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Hillsboro takes bi-district title

Two quick touchdowns near the end of the second quarter transformed a close ball game into a rout Tuesday night, as the Hillsboro Trojans rolled to a 48-13 victory at Sedgwick in bi-district play. With the score 14-7, Jacob Yoder finally gave the Trojans some breathing room when he scored from 5 yards out with 2:31 left in the first […]

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Southwestern beats Tabor 26-20

Southwestern Collegee dropped the Bluejays to 0-7 in conference play with a 26-20 win in Hillsboro Saturday. The Moundbuilders got off to a fast start when Michael Coppock broke loose on a 50-yard touchdown run 1:16 into the game, making it 6-0 after a failed 2-point conversion run. Tabor bounced back behind freshman quarterback Anthony Davis, who completed a 40-yard […]

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Hillsboro breaks Broncos to earn playoff berth

The Hillsboro Trojans survived a wild showdown with the Remington Broncos on Thurs?day to advance to the state playoffs with a 33-26 victory at Reimer Field. The Trojans appeared to be on the way to an easy win when Brandon Brown intercepted the Bronco?s Cole Cherryholmes on the very first play from scrimmage. The Trojans then scored on their very […]

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Carlson catches 2 TDs in finale vs. Hesston

Hesston hammered the Warriors 42-15 Friday, scoring six times in the
first half to engage the running clock for the entire second half. But
with time ticking down on their season, the Warriors came up with a
quick stop against the Swather varsity and tallied two scores before
the clock gave out.?

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