Category: Daily Life

Happenings (Week of March 14, 2007)

Free Storm Spotter  training March 14 Marion County Fire District #5 is sponsoring free Storm Spotter training at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 14, at the Lincolnville community building. Although the class geared toward emergency responders, the public is invited to attend. {mospagebreak} Girl Scout cookie sale March 17 The Hillsboro Junior Girl Scout Troop No. 95 is planning a cookie […]

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Gwinup, Seaton to marry May 12
Gwinup, Seaton to marry May 12

Gwinup, Seaton to marry May 12

Bethany Gwinup and Joshua Seaton, both of Peabody, announce their engagement and approaching marriage.

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Deaths (Week of March 14, 2007)

Randolf Flaming   Randolf P. Flaming, 78, retired farmer, died March 8 at Bethesda Home in Goessel. The service was held March 12 at Alexanderwohl Mennonite Church in rural Goessel with Lee Suderman and Linda Ewert officiating. Burial was at Alexanderwohl Mennonite Cemetery. He was born Nov. 13, 1928, to John G. and Marie (Pankratz) Flaming in Goessel. On May […]

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TC choir plans spring tour

The Tabor College Concert Choir, under the direction of Bradley Vogel, associate professor of choral music, will travel to western Kansas and Nebraska for their annual spring tour March 18 to 25.

This year's choir tour theme, “But We See Jesus,” is based on Hebrews 2:9 and celebrates Jesus’ superiority to all things.

“If the audience can enter into the flow of the text, it will be a worship experience through the medium of choral music,” said Vogel.

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Paxton McKnight
Paxton McKnight

Paxton McKnight

Jenny and Justin McKnight of Salina announce the birth of a son, Paxton Lee, born Feb. 23 at Newton Medical Center.

He weighed 6 pounds, 14 ounces and was 20 inches long.

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Friesens celebrating 50th anniversary
Friesens celebrating 50th anniversary

Friesens celebrating 50th anniversary

Andy and Bonnie Friesen, formerly of Hillsboro and now of Wichita, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary by taking their children and grandchildren on a Hawaiian cruise during spring break.

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