Hillsboro Community Medi?cal Center is going tobacco-free May 7, hospital officials announced last week.Read More
Parkside Homes Inc., Hills?boro, received an award for no indemnity (lost time) workers compensation claims for the 2006-07 policy year at the spring conference of the Kansas Associ?ation of Homes and Services for the Aging April 27 in Wichita.Read More
Patricia McCully, at her desk at Valley United Methodist Church, is preparing to lead Stepping Stones Preschool?s first summer session for children preparing to begin all-day kindergarten, which begins in the Marion-Florence school system this fall.
As the Marion-Florence school district moves to all-day kindergarten this fall, Stepping Stones Preschool is offering a program to help prepare prospective students for the challenge.
Starting in June and running through July, Stepping Stones, which is operated by Valley United Methodist Church, is offering its New Step 3 program for 5-year-olds.Read More
Unified School District 410 Board of Education dealt with several personnel issues at its regular meeting Monday night.
The board accepted four resignations, including Leslie Beery as director for Parents as Teachers, Melissa Just as elementary physical education instructor and assistant volleyball coach, Lisa Hoffman as middle school science teacher, and Dale Honeck as high school girls? head basketball coach.
Initial estimates for insuring the city-owned Hillsboro Business Development Complex came in higher than hoped, prompting the Hillsboro City Council to ask at its April 3 meeting to see higher deductibles in order to lower the premium.
With council support, Mayor Delores Dalke had asked IMA, the city?s insurance provider, to bring prices to the meeting because the structure has been uninsured since the city purchased it from Dairy Farmers of America about seven years ago.Read More
With the arrival of spring, two new horticulture businesses have sprouted in Marion?s retail business district.
Plantations, owned and operated by Tamara Christiansen at 420 E. Main, celebrated its grand opening March 21.
Aunt Bee?s Floral, Garden Center & Gifts, owned and operated by Wendy Youk, is having its grand opening today, April 4, at 1201 E. Main.Read More