Category: Business News

Hillsboro Ford distributes $4,040 from Drive 4 UR School event

Hillsboro Ford distributes $4,040 from Drive 4 UR School event

Terry Hagen and Randy Hagen (far right), co-owners of Hills­boro Ford, presented a check Nov. 7 to Lena Kleiner, representing the Hillsboro High School Trojan Booster Club, for its share of the money raised through the dealership’s annual Drive 4 UR School promotion Sept. 23. On hand for the presentation were Max Heinrichs (from right), USD 410 superintendent, and Clint […]

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Hillsboro design business garners 10 national awards

Vogel Design, a Hills­boro-based digital and print design studio operated by David Vogel, was honored this month with 10 2017 American Graphic Design Award certificates, recognizing outstanding new work and design excellence. The national competition is sponsored by Graphic Design USA magazine in New York City. For more than five decades, GDUSA has sponsored a range of national design competitions, […]

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IRS offers tax tips to help prepare returns

The Internal Revenue Service has a special series of daily Tax Tips which started in late January to help people prepare their tax returns. More than 60 IRS Tax Tips will be available through a free email subscription or by visiting IRS.gov. The tips, one available each business day through the April 15 tax deadline, offer single-topic briefs on tax […]

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Hughbanks joins HCH clinic staff

Hughbanks joins HCH clinic staff

Jessica Hughbanks Hillsboro Community Hospital has announced the appointment of Jessica Hughbanks, PA-C, to its team of providers at the Hillsboro Clinic located inside the hospital facility Hughbanks is a graduate of Tabor College with degrees in biology and psychology and is a graduate of Wichita State University with a master’s degree as physician assistant. Hugh­banks has five years of […]

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Snook joins law officeof Karstetter & Bina

Snook joins law office

of Karstetter & Bina

Donald Snook The law office of Kar­stetter & Bina, L.L.C., has added Donald Snook as an associate attorney with the firm based in McPherson and Marion. A trial attorney foremost, he also is a business adviser to his clients, helping them navigate “troubled” projects or challenging business endeavors, according to an office spokesperson. Snook is a native of Spring­field, Mo., […]

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Chamber ribbon-cutting marks Farha’s grand opening in Hillsboro

Chamber ribbon-cutting marks Farha’s grand opening in Hillsboro

>Isaac Farha (middle) is the manager of Farha Carpet & Building Supply, 130 N. Main St., in Hillsboro. Farha and other members of his family, along with store employees and the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce, welcomed them to the community with a ribbon-cutting in conjunction with the store’s grand opening Sept. 22. In the front row are (from left) Ruth […]

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Hillsboro dental practice has new owners

Hillsboro dental practice has new owners

The staff at Sunflower Smiles, the recently acquired dental office from Loren Loewen, includes: front row (from left) Varsha Jhawer, dentist; Kim Nguyen, RDH-hygienist; Mikki Larson, RDH-hygienist; Gail Dyck, dental assistant; Becky Huslig, wife of Dr. Huslig. Back row: Dhaval Parikh, cardiologist at Kansas Heart Hospital and husband of Dr. Jhawer; Clara Loewen, dental assistant; Loren Loewen, dentist; and Aaron […]

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Hundreds of bats to be evicted from old school building

Hundreds of furry little winged squatters turned up in the old Hill School Building, and officials hired someone to have them move on. Bats were the unwelcome guests, and Rick Crump with Critter Control of Wichita, was in Marion to assess the colony, and remove them from the school’s attic at 701 E. Main St. Typically, Crump said, there’s a […]

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Farha Carpet & Building opens in Hillsboro

Farha Carpet & Building opens in Hillsboro

With the opening of Farha’s Carpet & Building Supply in Hillsboro, Issac and Anastasia Farha (middle) and parents Valerie (left) and Glen Farha (far right) were all smiles. The store is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays, and is closed Sundays.<p> Farha’s Carpet & Building Supply at 130 N. […]

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State Farm office assistant retires after 39 years

State Farm office assistant retires after 39 years

After 39 years of service at State Farm, Kris Pschigoda (far right) is retiring. A come-and-go celebration was Friday in recognition of her hard work and dedication to the job. Talking with Pschigoda was Melanie Thiessen. More than 100 people attended the event from 2-5 p.m. at the State Farm office, 114 N. Main St.

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