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HHS ‘Seussical’ opens Thursday
HHS ‘Seussical’ opens Thursday

HHS ‘Seussical’ opens Thursday

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Members of the ?Seussical the Musical? cast rehearse a scene from the production, which opens Thursday with performances on Friday and Saturday, too. Pictured are (from left) Alex Jost, Maria Loewen, David Vogel, Jake Kenney and Evan Just.

Hillsboro High School will present ?Seussical the Musical? at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 8, 9 and 10 in the high school auditorium. Seats can be reserved through the high school office for $5.

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HHS Chess Guild 2nd at tournament
HHS Chess Guild 2nd at tournament

HHS Chess Guild 2nd at tournament

HHSchessguildCGtourney.jpg   The Hillsboro High School Chess Guild team placed second in the high school division at the Canton-Galva K-12 chess tournament Saturday, Oct. 27. Team members included (from left) Dakota Peterson, Ben Bosworth, Matt Richert, Josh Elliott, Allister Young, James Letterman and Justin King. The Chess Guild will host its first KSCA chess tournament Saturday, Dec. 8 in the […]

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FCCLA members attend district

Twelve members from the Hillsboro chapter of FCCLA attended District G fall leadership academy Oct. 31 in Peabody. Katrina Muzyka was recognized as the chapter?s ?Outstand?ing Member of the Year.? The chapter?s community service project with Victory in the Valley bears for cancer patients was shared with the district. The following members from HHS were honored during the event: April […]

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Tabor’s Nikkel honored by seminary for work in mental health

Tabor College President Larry Nikkel?s success in serving the cause of mental health and was applauded Oct. 12 in Fresno, Calif., when he was recognized by the Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary as the 2007 Mental Health and Integration Honoree.

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Day off will mark 410 “Excellence”

To celebrate the achievement of the ?Standard of Excellence? testing achievement by all three schools within USD 410, students, faculty and staff will be granted an extra day of vacation around Thanksgiving Day.

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Parkside Homes and HES join for the benefits of exercise
Parkside Homes and HES join for the benefits of exercise
Avoid those spider web choices
Avoid those spider web choices

Avoid those spider web choices

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GHS sends 14 FCCLA members to fall leadership academy

Fourteen members of the Goessel High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America chapter attended the District G Fall Leadership Academy Oct. 25 in Lyons. The event drew 500 participants from 24 schools. Speaker Michael Smith, national FCCLA president from Good?land High School, challenged participants to become more active in FCCLA by developing leadership skills and becoming more family […]

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Ressler is “Alumnus of the Year”

Lawrence E. Ressler, vice president of academics and student development at Tabor College, was honored Oct. 21 as 2007 Alumnus of the Year by Eastern Mennonite High School in Harrisonburg, Va. Ressler, who graduated from EMHS in 1972, was recognized at the school?s homecoming Oct. 21 for his 35 years in Christian social work, teaching and administration. In his social […]

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Juniors, seniors can earn funds money through essay contest

Juniors and seniors attending tax-supported high schools in Kansas have a chance to earn college scholarships through the 48th annual essay contest sponsored by the Masonic Grand Lodge of Kansas.

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