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Diener earns top rating at contest

Diener earns top rating at contest

Sarah Diener, senior at Hillsboro High School, received a 1 rating on her piano solo at the Regional Piano Contest at Bethany College in Lindsborg. She also earned a 1 rating at State which was held at Wichita State University. Sarah has performed at the Kansas Music Educators Association conference in Wichita on Saturday, Feb. 23. She earned her place […]

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Tabor professor wins spot in prestigious program
Tabor professor wins spot in prestigious program

Tabor professor wins spot in prestigious program

J. Bradley Baker, assistant professor of music in piano and collaborative piano at Tabor College, was notified Feb. 13 by the executive office of the National Association of Teachers of Singing that he is one of three pianists selected for the prestigious 2019 NATS Intern Program. “Being selected to be a pianist for the NATS Intern Program is a great […]

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Hillsboro High student of the month

Hillsboro High student of the month

Olivia Jury 11th grade (junior) Parents are Steve and Kathy Jury Extracurricular Activities: Hillsboro Mennonite Brethren Church youth group, HMBC Worship Team, piano lessons from Tabor College, Scholars’ Bowl, Gap Club, Chess Club, United For Christ, volunteer at the Etcetera Shop, Leos, Tennis, National Honor Society In my spare time, I like to read, play piano, geology, spend time with […]

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Goessel Scholars Bowl team takes fourth at Class 2A State meet

Goessel Scholars Bowl team takes fourth at Class 2A State meet

Pictured from left: Asst. Coach Marcia Brubaker, Chris Strecker, Daniel Uhlig, Nathan Impson, Jan Wolters, Edel Miller, Head Coach Braden Unruh, Annalise Miller. The Goessel Scholars Bowl team took 4th at the 2A state meet on Sat. Feb. 9 at Inman Elementary School.

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Tabor hosting Carnegie Hall concert

On the first concert of its 2019 season, at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 17, MidAmerica Productions, as part of its 36th annual concert season, will present the Carnegie Hall debuts of three choirs from Kansas, the geographic center of the contiguous United States. Dr. Bradley Vogel, Director of Choral Activities at Tabor College in Hillsboro, will lead an ensemble […]

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Robotics team qualifies for Hutchinson tournament

Robotics team qualifies for Hutchinson tournament

From left are Austin Rempel,Jacob Denholm and Paul Glanzer who have qualified for the Kansas VEX State Robotics Tournament in Hutchinson on March 2. Teams competing last Saturday at the Derby Robo Challenge were teams 4101A Trojans, consisting of Noah Bartel, 4101C The Other Guy, consisting of Austin Rempel, 4101D Top Gun, consisting of Paul Glanzer and 4101J Circuit Overload, […]

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Boy’s State applications open

The American Legion Boys State of Kansas Leadership Academy is now taking applications for its 2019 session. The event, which will be in its 82nd year, will be held June 2-7, at Kansas State University in Manhattan. The ALBSKLA is for young men who will enter their senior year of high school in the fall of 2019. It provides a […]

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Marion Elementary School carnival brings the fun

Marion Elementary School carnival brings the fun

Fourth-grader Tripp Peterson dives headfirst into the fun. He and his peers enjoyed the carnival that the Marion Elementary School provided. Marion Elementary School students play a game at one of the many booths volunteers put together and ran at the school carnival on Friday.

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Cherenkov family will share transition from Russia for Tabor event

Dr. Michael Cherenkov, wife Nina and their four children will inform and perform as they present their family’s transition from Russia to Hillsboro at the first spring semester session of Tabor College Lifelong Learning. The program will begin at 9:45 a.m. Friday, Feb. 8, in the Heritage Lobby of the Shari Flaming Center for the Arts. The family will share […]

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Peabody-Burns announces Homecoming Candidates

Peabody-Burns announces Homecoming Candidates

Max Caldwell & Taylor Wallace Ronald Perrymore & Nicole Williams Tyler Entz (Escort only) & Justina Chen Candidate Games and Homecoming Pep Rally will be at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 8. The crowning will be around 7:00 p.m. between the HS Girls and HS Boys games. Pep rally and candidate games are open to the public and everyone is […]

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