ACCOUNTING & FINANCIAL INITIATIVE, LLC / Bryce Wichert, CPA
Address: 104 E. First St., Ste. C
Phone: 620-947-3976; (toll free) 888-700-8617
Year opened: 2007
About us: We offer tax preparation, tax planning and small-business accounting.
News from 2016: Thankful for great customers who allow us to serve their tax and accounting needs.
Looking to 2017: Continue to provide our customers with professional accounting and tax services.
Owner: Bryce Wichert
Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday by appointment.
ADAMS, BROWN, BERAN & BALL, CHARTERED
Address: 112 N. Main, Hillsboro; 200 S. Main, McPherson
Phone: 620-947-5516, Hillsboro; 620-241-2090, McPherson
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Year opened: Founded in 1945 in Great Bend. ABBB established a presence in Hillsboro in January 2002.
About us: At Adams, Brown, Beran & Ball, we’ve cultivated a team of dedicated professionals who offer efficient and reliable accounting and consulting services geared toward helping you realize your greatest objectives. We have built our business on a commitment to exceptional service and a promise to deliver added value to the clients we serve. We believe the “secret to our success” is our people and our culture, both of which are 100 percent focused on providing our clients with the personalized attention they deserve. Our accountants have specialized knowledge in the areas they serve. They offer insight into complex issues, advice for making sound decisions and knowledge gained from years of experience. We welcome challenging situations and thrive on finding creative and unique solutions. In addition to tax preparation and planning for individuals and businesses, ABBB provides a wide range of traditional and non-traditional CPA, consulting, bookkeeping, and payroll services to clients throughout Kansas, including agriculture organizations, colleges and universities, construction companies, feed yards, financial institutions, governmental and not-for-profit organizations, manufacturers, medical practices, oil and gas companies, professional service firms, real estate companies, and small businesses.
News from 2016: ABBB merged with Hiebert & Decker, CPAs, Chtd. in Wichita. In addition, we are pleased to announce for a second year in a row that the firm made INSIDE Public Accounting’s (IPA) annual ranking of the Nation’s Top 200 Accounting Firms. The firm ranks 190th in this year’s Top 200 list.
Looking to 2017: We believe clients come first. Deadlines should be met. Costs are fair. Friendly service is a given. And above all, when we give you our word, it means something. We realize it takes hard work and persistence on our end to consistently maintain a culture that is dedicated to delivering the highest quality service available in the industry. That’s why we’ve been around for more than 70 years and it’s why we expect to be serving the Kansas community for many years to come.
Owner: Bill Glazner, partner in charge of Hillsboro and McPherson offices.
Employees: 19 full-time and nine part-time in the Hillsboro and McPherson offices. Firm-wide, our practice is comprised of more than 140 employees, 13 partners and 14 office locations, including Atwood, Colby, Derby, Great Bend, Hays, Hillsboro, Hutchinson, LaCrosse, Lyons, McPherson, Ness City, St. John, WaKeeney and Wichita.
Hours: Hillsboro/McPherson: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday. January through April: Saturdays and evenings by appointment. Hillsboro office closed on Friday, June through November.
Carquest Auto Parts, Hustler Turf Equipment, Husqvarna Power Products
Address: 603 Orchard Dr.
Year opened: Purchased from Paul Pankratz in 2002.
About us: We have been a long-standing auto parts retailer; in 2012 we expanded our business to include an outdoor power equipment segment with the addition of Hustler Turf Equipment and Husqvarna Power Products. We have expanded our parts inventory to better serve our customers. We are excited to serve you for your automotive, truck and agriculture-related parts needs, as well as your outdoor power equipment needs. We stock a full line of equipment from the Hustler Raptor Zero-turn mower through the fully commercial Super Z, as well as Husqvarna chainsaws, string trimmers, blowers, tillers, push mowers, riding mowers and more.
Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday; 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
AG SERVICE INC.
Address: 1830 Kanza
Year opened: Incorporated 1975
About us: We are an agricultural input retailer supplying seed, fertilizer, fluid lime, crop protection products, custom application and precision agronomic services to local area growers. Our goal is to bring the best management practices and products, which are both economically and environmentally sound, to our agricultural customers. Our sales and operations staff is experienced in agronomy and technically competent to meet our customers’ needs. Our custom application personnel hold commercial application licenses and are experienced and proficient in their jobs. We utilize technologies in global positioning, spatial data management, and integrated machine/vehicle control systems to assist in the custom application of fertilizer, crop-protection products and fluid lime.
AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE
Jayson Hanschu Agency Inc.
Address: 104 E. First St., Suite A.
Phone: 620-947-5686; toll free: 1-800-789-5686; office fax: 620-947-2382.
Web: jaysonhanschuagency. com or amfam.com
Year opened: American Family Insurance has been in Hillsboro/Marion County since 1987. Jayson Hanschu has been an American Family agent since 1998, and has been the agent in this area since 2000.
About us: We sell and service a variety of insurance products such as vehicle, home, farm, business and many types of life insurance. We strive to make American Family Insurance a visible and viable part of our local community here in Hillsboro, Marion County and the surrounding area.
News in 2016: Jayson was elected to serve on the “state agency council” as a district representative for American Family agents. Agency council reps are a vital link in connecting needs of the “field” with decisions at “corporate” and vice versa. Jayson sees this role as key in making sure Am Fam stays “in touch” with the needs of current and prospective customers. Our agency was named an “All-American Agency” by American Family Insurance for the 11th time in our agency career. The All-American honor is earned by about the top 20 percent of agents in the entire company each year for overall sales and service of the entire line of insurance products. For the 12th year in a row, we were awarded the American Star Agency Award for Excellence in Customer Experience. Also, for outstanding sales and service in farm and ranch insurance, we received the “Peak Harvest” award for the 15th time in our agency career. 2016 was an amazing year at our agency and for that we thank our customers and the local communities. As technology becomes more and more an everyday part of our lives, we continue to look for ways to utilize technology to add value for our clients, such as starting a Facebook page and allowing more functions to be done online if clients so choose. But, in all this, we at the local agency still continue to focus our efforts on service and building professional and long-lasting relationships with clients and prospects. And, yet again in 2016, our agency showed growth in policy count and premium; and, for that, we say “Thanks!” to you, our clients. We look forward to continuing to serve you.
Looking to 2017: Starting in 2016 and continuing into 2017, American Family Insurance will be doing some significant updating to its products and processing systems—all designed to make our products more marketable to our clients’ needs and our processes more efficient for all users. Our corporate website, amfam.com, continues to add features and make improvements, not only in regard to paying capability and claim reporting for our insureds, but also in regard to quoting and 24-hour service accessibility for all. As mobile technology continues to evolve, American Family continues to look at features that will allow for the selling to and servicing of clients who want to do business via mobile technology. Am Fam corporate is focusing much attention on upgrading our mobile device technology. Jayson will continue to serve his term as an agency council rep to make sure local voices and concerns are heard by corporate. We will continue to sell and service insurance products in Marion County and surrounding areas. Locally, we take seriously our role of educating clients on the subject of insurance and being an adviser/consultant on the topic of insurance. With today’s volatile fiscal and litigious environment, we will continue to do insurance reviews and adjust policies as needed to higher liability limits, as well as adding umbrella liability coverage when appropriate. We also will continue to adjust and complete clients’ insurance portfolios by adding life insurance for financial protection in case tragedy were to occur. Especially marketing our popular “Simply Protected” life policy that does not require medical testing, as well as our new MyLife Freedom life insurance policy – ask us about it! Even if you are not a current client, you are welcome to call or come by for a free, no-obligation insurance review.
Owner: Jayson Hanschu
Employees: Along with the agent, Jayson Hanschu, we have two licensed staff, Susan Schultz and Jan Hanschu. We are looking to add a part-time sales/service representative at the agency this year.
Hours: 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday to Friday. Open through lunch. Evenings, weekends and other times by appointment. Off-hours answering machine with 24-hour claims, billing and other contact information. Online at amfam.com anytime.
Address: 512 E. D St.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Year opened: 1997; CGS purchase it in 1999. Remodeled in 2017.
About us: Ampride Cenex is locally owned by Cooperative Grain & Supply. We offer Hunt Bros. Pizza, Instaboro Movie Rentals, convenience store items, 24-hour well-lit fueling on beautiful new pumps, premium farm and road diesels and a nice friendly customer experience. Free Wi-Fi is available as well as plug-ins and customer seating.
News from 2016: The CG&S board approved a comprehensive remodel of the store. The project began in December 2016 and will be finished in January 2017. Several new offerings are available as well as a completely new shopping experience.
Looking to 2017: We are looking forward to the completion of the remodel. Additions will be added to credit-card protection involving various safety features.
Owner: Cooperative Grain & Supply
Hours: 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday to Thursday; 6 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday.
ASAP AUTOGLASS, LLC
Address: 114 S. Date
Year opened: 2003
About us: ASAP offers complete glass repair, including rock chips, and replacement of windshields, door glass, or back glass. We also custom-cut flat glass for agricultural and heavy equipment or antique automobiles. We do offer mobile service to any location within 50 miles of Hillsboro and in-shop service at our Newton location. We also accept all auto insurance.
News in 2016: It was a good year for the ASAP team. We hope to continue our success in the current year.
Looking to 2017: We do hope to expand even further with our businesses.
Owners: Stew and Lana Bichet
Hours: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
BAKER BROS. PRINTING
Address: 113 S. Main
Year opened: 1963
About us: We offer graphic design, offset, digital and large format printing, mailing fulfillment and much more.
News from 2016: Our mission is to offer the best printed products and mailings on time while meeting or exceeding our customers’ needs and expectations. We are better positioned to do this in 2017 than ever before with continual investment in technology and equipment in all areas of our business. Our team offers custom design, printed products and mailing services for incredible postage savings. Some of our products and services include large banners, signs, posters, newsletters, postcards, full color printing and bulk rate mailing. Our mailing capabilities have increased significantly for 2017. Ask us how we can put our team to work for you!
Owners: Jim and Elaine Baker
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.
BARTEL INSURANCE AGENCY
Address: 114 S. Main St.
Year opened: Agency over 50 years in business. New ownership in 2001; we are thankful for 14 years in business under current owner.
About us: As an independent agency, Bartel Insurance can offer competitive auto, farm, home and commercial insurance products.
Looking to 2017: We will continue to expand writing authority for more insurance carriers.
Owner: Jonathan Maxfield
Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday; by appointment Saturday.
BARKMAN HONEY CO.
Address: 120 Santa Fe
Year opened: Barkman Honey Co. opened in 1960. In 2002 we added a partner company and changed our name to Golden Heritage Foods LLC. In 2013 we reclaimed our original name.
About us: Barkman Honey processes, packages and markets premium honey. We supply millions of pounds of honey across the nation to chain and wholesale grocery, mass merchandisers, food service and food manufacturers.
Looking to 2017: “Like” us on our new Facebook and Twitter pages. Watch the “Blossom to Barrel” video about the fascinating world of bees and honey located on our website.
Owners: Brent Barkman and family
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.
Address: 121 S. Main.
Phone: 620-266-BOWL (2695)
Year opened: 2013
About us: The dream of having a youth/bowling center in Hillsboro began with a grant received from the Federal Home Land Bank to initiate a Youth Engagement and Entrepreneurship program. While Hillsboro has many recreational and sports facilities, there was strong interest in updating the local bowling facility to provide a recreational experience for community youth and as well as adults. Funding from individuals, businesses, civic groups and Tabor College became available to purchase and remodel the former Trail Lanes Bowling alley. The Hillsboro Development Corp. provided the leadership to coordinate and manage the project.
Looking to 2017: A manager has been hired to keep Bluejay Lanes open for the general public and adult leagues. Funds received from a Hillsboro Foundation Grant allowed us to install a new sound system for the bowling center. We continue to improvements the facility by recently replacing a furnace, providing a more efficient heating system.
Owner: Hillsboro Development Corp.
Employees: 3 part-time
Hours: 6-9 p.m. Monday, league bowling; 6-10 p.m. Friday, public bowling; 6-10 p.m. Saturday, public bowling; Parties can be scheduled by appointment.
Address: 403 S. Birch
Year opened: 1971
About us: We provide auto and light truck repair.
Owner: Rodney Bolstad
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday; Saturday by appointment.
BROOKENS LAW OFFICE, LLC
Address: 109 S. Main, Hillsboro; 403 E. Main, Marion
Phone: 620-947-5951, Hillsboro; 620-382-2133, Marion
Attorneys: J. Robert Brookens and Susan C. Robson
Year opened: 1956 in Hillsboro, 1946 in Marion (by Dean Batt and Roger Morse).
About us: Formerly known as Brookens & Collett, our practice focuses on the needs of our small-town and rural clients, in the areas of: wills, trusts, estate planning, tax preparation, small-business formation, probate, elder law, civil litigation, and other general civil matters.
Looking to 2017: Susan C. Robson has re-joined Bob in his law practice after she served as Marion County attorney for 16 years. Bob and Susan are available to meet your legal needs in Marion County and surrounding counties. Bob is in Hillsboro on Wednesdays and in Marion all other days. Susan is now in Hillsboro by appointment; otherwise Susan is in the Marion office.
Address: 111 S. Santa Fe, Industrial Park, Hillsboro; 9105 N. Emma Creek Road, Hesston; 505 W. 1st St., Newton
Phone: 800-499-4540 or 620-947-2257, Hillsboro; 620-327-4813, Hesston; 316-283-4540, Newton
Year opened: 1956
About us: We offer transit-mixed concrete, sand and gravel sales and related building materials.
Hours: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday; 8 a.m. to noon Saturday
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
Address: 206 N. Main
Year opened: Bank, 1884; Hillsboro office, 1991
About us: Central National Bank has been providing Kansans with sound financial advice since 1884. We are dedicated to providing the quality service that makes our customers and the communities we serve successful. Central National Bank embraces its strong heritage and strives to be the bank of choice for the Hillsboro community.
News in 2016: Central National Bank introduced a new rewards program for checking customers called LifeNOW Rewards. The program offers customers access to coupons for local and national retailers, as well as discounts on travel and pharmacy offers. It also features cell phone and identity theft protection in addition to roadside assistance. Central National Bank’s performance has distinguished the bank as a leading institution. The Kansas City Business Journal named the bank one of the region’s top five strongest mid-size banks for the second year in a row. Also for the second year in a row, the bank was named in the “Top 200 Healthiest Banks in the Country” by DepositAccounts.com (Central National Bank moved from No. 48 to No. 44 out of 7,000 banks and credit unions based on capital strength and value of loans at risk).
Looking to 2017: Central National Bank is proud to continue our strong relationship with, and support of, Tabor College. Bank staff members welcome all opportunities to further the education of youth. As always, the bank will offer CD specials throughout the year, as well as home loans and other consumer and commercial loan products.
Owners: Central National Bank is family-owned. Ed C. Rolfs is the third generation of the Rolfs family to serve as chief executive officer. (He was preceded by his grandfather Ed W. Rolfs and his father Ed J. Rolfs).
Employees: 6 at the Hillsboro bank.
Hours: Lobby hours: Monday thru Friday: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to noon. Drive-thru hours: Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday 8 to noon. ATM locations: 24-hour Drive-Up 206 N. Main St.; ; Ampride Convenience Store 512 E. D St.
ATM locations: 24-hour drive-up 206 N. Main St.; Ampride Convenience Store 512 E. D St.
CHISHOLM TRAIL OUTFITTERS
Address: 805 Western Heights
Year opened: April 2012
About us: We are a sporting goods store that offers guns, ammunition, hunting accessories, saddles, tack, rifle scopes, cowboy-shoot ammunition, Hybrid electric UTVs and other supplies for sports needs.
News form 2016: Chisholm Trail Outfitters was selected an “Emerging Business of the Year” by the Kansas Small Business Development Center statewide network.
Owner: Craig Dodd
CIRCLE D CORP.
Address: 613 N. Ash
Year opened: 1987
About us: We manufacture trailers under 26,000 GVWR. Our product line includes livestock trailers, horse trailers and flatbed trailers for agricultural and industrial applications. Flatbeds for light trucks are also a major player in our business.
Looking to 2017: We anticipate having a good year. As always, we will focus on continually improving our products and services to better serve our customers.
Owners: Wendell, Raye and Shelby Dirks
Address: 209 N. Cedar St.
Phone: 620-947-5921; Marion plant, 620-382-3311.
Year opened: 1957
About us: Ready-mix concrete.
Looking to 2017: Looking to complement city and county improvements and expansions.
Owner: A. Terry Rhea; manager, Jeff Schmidt.
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday; Saturday by appointment.
CONTAINER SERVICES INC.
Address: 220 Santa Fe
Year opened: 1991
About us: We are a custom extrusion and reheat stretch blow molding plant. We produce plastic containers for a variety of uses, including food, automotive, chemical, floor care and more. Currently, we manufacture containers from HDPE and PET resins.
Owners: Darrell Driggers and Brent Driggers.
COOPERATIVE GRAIN & SUPPLY
Address: 135 N. Main
Year opened: 1966
About us: Cooperative Grain & Supply handles grain, fertilizer, seed, chemicals, fueling stations for gasoline and diesel, bulk fuel delivery and has Ampride C-stores in Marion and Hillsboro.
News from 2016: CG&S continues to upgrade fertilizer application equipment at the Crop Production plant in the Hillsboro Industrial Park. As the year ended, a major remodel of the Hillsboro Ampride store was in progress.
Looking to 2017: After 31 years as general manager, Lyman Adams Jr. will retire and CG&S looks forward to a new manager to lead the cooperative into the future.
Owners: Cooperative members
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
COTTONWOOD LAW GROUP, LC
Address: 107 E. Grand Ave. Hillsboro
Year opened: June 2016.
About us: Cottonwood Law Group, LC is a general practice law firm serving central Kansas.
News from 2016: A big thank-you to our clients for making our first year a success! We also need to thank the local businesses who provided products and services; Hillsboro and Marion County is truly a great place to do business.
Looking to 2017: Our first big change of the year involved hiring Tracy Hefley to work at the office. Early in 2017 you will see the first of some major updates to our website, including the addition of a client library with resources and information concerning a variety of common legal topics. We are also continuing to work on expanding the services we offer on a flat fee basis, and our offerings of legal health checkups. Traditionally the practice of law has been reactive, we are working with clients to be proactive and prevent major problems.
Owners: Joshua J. Boehm and Courtney D. Boehm
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Address: 101 Santa Fe
Year opened: 1997
About us: Countryside Feed is a full-line feedmill manufacturing for all species. A full line of companion animal products are available along with wild-bird products. We manufacture and distribute in a 150-mile radius of Hillsboro.
Owners: Cooperative Grain & Supply of Hillsboro, Mid-Kansas Cooperative of Moundridge, Agri Trails Co-op of Hope, Andale Farmers Co-op, Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co. of Halstead and Land O’ Lakes.
COUNTRY CORNER SALON
Address: 906 170th
Year opened: 1978
About us: I offer haircuts, perms and styles for the whole family.
Owner: Tam Jost
Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday by appointment.
COUNTRY HAVEN INN
Address: 804 Western Heights
Phone: 620-947-2929. Toll free: 1-877-404-2836
Year opened: 2000
About us: We are a small upper-scale hotel featuring interior corridors, queen-size beds, refrigerators in each room, Jacuzzi whirlpool suites with king-size beds, free high-speed wireless Internet and complimentary breakfast, featuring hot Belgian waffles.
Looking to 2017: We look to continue working with local business, industry, schools and organizations to promote Hillsboro and Marion County.
Owner: Country Haven Inn, Hillsboro, LLC.
THE CUT ABOVE
Address: 111 E. Grand
Year opened: 2002
News from 2016: We retail and use on our clients products from Surface, Joico and CND. We retail Clinical Care Skin Solutions for all your skin care needs. Kayla Partridge joined our staff in October and is available Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evening. Miriam Kliewer completes our staff and is available Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoon. Jeanne Penner is available Monday Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, plus Saturday by appointment.
Owner: Jeanne Penner
Hours: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday; 1-8 p.m. Wednesday; 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday. Saturdays by appointment.
Address: 108 W. Grand
Year opened: Family owned for more than 50 years.
About us: We are a full-service grocery store with a full-service meat counter catering to customers’ personal wants and needs. Specializing in our own recipe of smoked German sausage. It’s still the best around.
News from 2016: It’s good to see how many out-of-town people make a special trip to pick up our sausage. We shipped to all regions of the nation and it travels to several other countries.
Looking to 2017: We are looking for another solid year offering the best meat around. We are planning more updates and expansions.
Owners: Dale and Melanie Franz
Hours: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday; 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday; closed Sunday.
Address: 879 Jade
Year opened: Business started in the 1950s by Bill Dalke.
About us: Our equipment includes backhoe, high loader, excavator, dozer, grader and skid loader. We handle all sorts of dirt work and hauling.
Owners: Warren/Marty Dalke.
Address: 1503 Indigo
Year opened: 1975
About us: We provide electrical wiring, both new installations and repair work, in homes and small businesses.
Owners: Dan Dalke.
Hours: Available Monday to Friday.
Dunamis Music Studio
Address: 1743 Jade, Hillsboro
Preferred contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or cell 620-877-7027 (text or leave a message)
Web: dunamismusicstudio.com or check my Facebook page
Year opened: Fall 2010
About us:I have now upgraded my studio to include Pro Tools 9 Crossgrade along with a Mac Pro desktop computer with much more power and tracking capabilities. My business still has multiple facets. (1) Private lessons on most band instruments, $15 for 30 minutes. Longer lessons are available for more advanced students. (2) Band instrument repair. (3) Available for hire to perform jazz, classical, sacred and other music for any occasion. (4) Recording studio, $50/hour. I have a full Pro-Tools 8 and Pro Tools 9 setup with Elastic time, which enables lots of options for performers. I have a Premier Cabria drum set and a Roland RD150 keyboard with lots of midi possibilities. I have an excellent array of high-quality recording microphones. I am able to do custom writing and arranging. I have recorded a variety of music styles including cowboy songs, Christian, jazz and classical. I also can do remote recording.
Hours: Repair shop, call-leave a message or text (I prefer texting) cell phone 10an-8pm) or email (email@example.com). Private lessons scheduled individually. Recording is done by appointment. Performing availability as scheduled.
I am now an associate professor of woodwinds at McPherson College and adjunct music appreciation for Butler Community College. I still do all the above, but I have a tighter schedule to fit it all in. I look forward to hearing from you. Please call if I can be of service to you.
Address: 503 Orchard Drive
Phone: Office, 620-947-3877; Jonah’s cell, 620-382-6746; Josh’s cell, 620-382-5252.
Web: elconservicesinc.com (under construction)
Year opened: 1963
About us: We provide electrical services for design, new construction, remodeling, service work (residential and commercial), industrial buildings, oil fields and electrical supplies.
Looking to 2017: We will continue to provide quality service in our communities and surrounding counties.
Owners: Jonah Gehring, David Givens, Josh Ens.
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday; on call 24/7 for emergency service.
Address: 117 S. Main
Year opened: November 2006 as La Cabana. With a change of ownership came a change in the name of the business.
About us: Mexican food, margaritas, beer
Owner: Isidro Barraza
Hours: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday; 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday
Address: 104 E. Grand
Year opened: 1891
About us: At Emprise we believe in giving people the tools they need to build a better life. We’re ready and willing to help you build your financial future for your family or your business.
News from 2016: New services that became free to our customers in 2016 were mobile banking and mobile deposit for personal and business customers.
Looking to 2017: We’re passionate about serving our customers, and 2017 will be no exception. Come see us today for all your financial needs.
Owner: Emprise Financial Corp.
Business hours: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Thursday; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday; 8 a.m. to noon Saturday.
ET CETERA SHOP
Address: 109 N. Main
Year opened: July 1977
About us: We accept used items—clothing, household goods, shoes, etc.—and sell it for a reduced price to help the needy. All proceeds go to the Mennonite Central Committee, Main Street Ministries and various community projects.
Looking to 2017: We will continue to offer friendly and helpful service. We appreciate the community support.
Owners: Six Mennonite churches.
Employees: Five managers plus many volunteers.
Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday.
Address: 507 S. Wilson, Hillsboro
Phone: 620-382-4099 (cell) or 620-947-2271
Year opened: 2002.
About us: We offer mobile windshield chip and crack repair in Marion and surrounding counties. Our repairs will restore the strength and optical clarity of the glass, and most insurance companies waive the deductible for repairs, thus costing you nothing.
Looking to 2017: We’re excited to continue offering money-saving options to current and new clients.
Owner: James Thomas
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday. Other hours by appointment.
Address: 102 S. Main
Year opened: 2002
About us: Fast Realty prides itself as being a one-stop agency for residential, commercial and rural properties. We are mindful of the trust our clients have put in us and continually strive to conduct business as honestly and ethically as possible, knowing that a home purchase is the most expensive purchase most of us will make in our lifetime. Communication is one of our goals as we walk both the buyer and sellers through this complicated transaction process. As the real estate market changes, we continue to educate ourselves about current trends and new technology. Glenn Thiessen, owner and broker, is certified as a senior real estate specialist, and knows the ins and outs of helping the elderly population of our community make that transition to the next stages of retirement. Donna Moore, our office manager, has been with the company since its infancy. We at Fast Realty are very knowledgeable of the local area and surrounding county, and are ready to meet your real estate needs.
News from 2016: For the eighth year in a row, Glenn Thiessen qualified for the President’s Award of Excellence (the highest award given by our parent association, Wichita Association of Realtors). To qualify for the award an agent must achieve in excess of 25 transactions in a given year. Glenn and his staff have worked diligently with both local home buyers and sellers as well as those moving into our community from other states and cities, and those folks who might live remotely but have a home to sell here in the area. We are proud to welcome Terry Pankratz as a licensed selling agent. For now, Terry is still working his full time job in Wichita, but is available on weekends and evenings to assist you with your buying or selling needs.
Looking to 2017: Fast Realty is anticipating another record year as the current market is in a gradual upswing and not expected to peak until sometime in 2018 or later. Our mild start to the year, temperature-wise, has made for continued activity of both buyers and sellers in Marion County. The interest rates last year stayed at low levels, but now we are beginning to see an upswing in interest rates. Interest rates have increased by 1 point with higher rates expected. This is still an opportune time to enter the home-buying process, though. Our goal here at Fast Realty is to see our community grow with more new home builds and sales, while maintaining a solid turnaround of inventory based on quality, quantity and price of homes. Commercial construction in Hillsboro has increased, which is encouraging both to the local population and outside investors wanting to relocate to our community. With Tabor College increasing in enrollment, USD 410 excelling in education, arts and athletics, a progressive city council and quality churches and homes make Hillsboro a must-see community when making a move to the area.
Hours: 9 a.m. To 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays. Glenn and Terry are available via cell phone for after-hours appointments. We always appreciate referrals from our satisfied customers. You can reach Glenn at 620-382-4682 cell, and Terry at 620-877-0477.
FLEMING’S MINI STOR-ALL
Locations: 405 Orchard Drive, Hillsboro; 407 S. Date, Hillsboro; 224 Santa Fe, Hillsboro; 1798 Upland Road, Marion.
Mailing address: 1002 Grandview Court, Hillsboro, KS 67063
Phones: 620-947-0184 or 620-382-5550
Year opened: 2001 acquired our existing business at 1798 Upland Road, Marion.
About us: We provide storage needs for personal and household items. In 2003 we built the first unit in Hillsboro at 405 Orchard Drive. In 2004 we built another building on that site. In 2005 we began managing Santa Fe Storage at 224 Santa Fe, Hillsboro, and added landscaping to the units on Orchard Drive. In 2008 we added 32 units at 405 Orchard Drive. We began managing Irv Schroeder’s storage units located at 407 S. Date, Hillsboro, in Februay 2013; in December 2013 we purchased those units.
Looking to 2017: We will continue to work with those who lease our units to provide a safe, secure place for them to store their belongings, either short or long term
Owners: Roger and Cynthia Fleming
FLINT HILLS RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE
Addresses: Office: Council Grove. Warehouse: 412 S. Cedar St., Hillsboro
Year opened: 1938
About us: We provide rural electric service.
Owner: Member owned cooperative
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday (office)
FOUR SEASONS RENTALS
Address: Industrial Park and 309 W. Second
About us: Various sizes of storage units. Also, open storage for boats and mobile units.
Owner: Betty Funk
Hours: By contact.
Address: 222 N. Main
Year opened: 1969
About us: We do plumbing, heating and air sales and service. We also repair appliances.
Owner: Lester Funk
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday
GRANNIE’S HOMEMADE MUSTARD
Address: 301 N. Cedar.
Year opened: State approved in 1991.
About us: We make homemade mustard in eight different flavors: Honey Mustard, Sweet & Tangy, Ole Smokee, Horseradish, Jalapeno, Hickory, Habanera and a brand-new chipotle. We welcome tours of our operation, whether as individuals or by the busload. We only ask that visitors call in advance.
Owner: Founder Lydia (Grannie) Hein
Hours: When we’re there; we have no set hours.
GREAT PLAINS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
Address: 110 W. D St.
Year opened: Opened in October 1947 as Tip Top Credit Union, which was acquired by Great Plains Federal Credit Union in October 1985.
About us: Great Plains Federal Credit Union’s home office is in Joplin, Mo., with Kansas branches in Salina, Abilene, Hillsboro, Independence, McPherson, Montezuma and Wichita. The feature that distinguishes us from any other financial institution is the fact Great Plains Federal Credit Union is owned and controlled by the members who save and borrow. Great Plains FCU is also a not-for-profit organization and is run by a volunteer board. Just a few of the services Great Plains FCU offers are savings accounts, checking accounts, certificate of deposits, online banking, iPay (online bill pay)m mobile banking, IRAs, payroll seduction, Visa credit cards, ATM/debit cards, Visa gift cards, consumer loans and real estate loans. Member’s shares are federally insured to at least $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration, a U.S. government agency.
News from 2016: Great Plains FCU implemented an updated website. Great Plains FCU again gave back to its members through a year-end special dividend or interest rebate.
Looking to 2017: In January 2017, Great Plains FCU will be implementing a new debit Mastercard program that will offer many new features and finctionality for convenience and fraud protection.
Owners: Great Plains FCU is owned by its members.
Employees: 5 at Hillsboro branch.
Hours: Lobby hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday; drive-up hours are 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
HILLSBORO HOMETOWN PHARMACY (Formerly Greenhaw Pharmacy)
Address: 507 N. Ash
Year opened: More than 50 years ago.
About us: We are a full-service retail pharmacy offering many products and services that are provided in large pharmacies, but with the customer service you would expect from a local business. We offer local delivery service, a variety of medication packing options and accept most insurance companies, including Medicare Part D. The Wellness Center offers diabetic shoe fittings, bone density checks, cholesterol checks, body-fat analysis, diabetic consults and diabetic screenings.
Looking to 2017: We anticipate our first year of serving our customers in a new facility at a new location and with a new name. Our new location will offer drive-thru convenience and expanded over-the-counter medication selection.
Owner: Eric Driggers
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday to Friday and 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturday.
H&R CONSTRUCTION, LLC
Address: 208 S. Adams St.
Year opened: 2011
About us: We provide quality work, as well as free estimates and consultation. We can do new construction, roofing, remodeling, painting, windows, doors, and more.
Owner: Henry J. Slifer (president, CEO, employee)
Employees: One part-time
Hours: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
HILLSBORO ANIMAL CLINIC
Address: 1994 Holly Road
Year opened: 1974
About us: Hillsboro Animal Clinic has been serving Hillsboro and neighboring communities in Marion County for more than 40 years. The practice was established by Dr. Norman Galle and wife Connie, who worked hard to build the business into a thriving veterinary practice, with many ties to the agricultural community. Dr. Jessica purchased the practice in June 2014 eager to continue to provide high quality cutting edge rural veterinary medicine. Like the cottonwood tree that grows in the clinic lawn, the business has strong roots and many branches that will continually grow to meet a variety of patient and client needs. Here at Hillsboro Animal Clinic we will strive to provide professional veterinary care to any kind of animal in need.
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday; 8 a.m. to noon Saturday.
HILLSBORO BODY SHOP
Address: 108 E. D St.
About us: We are dedicated to providing you with expert collision repair, glass replacement and repair, paint refinishing on any make or model of car or light truck. We provide paintless dent repair. We also apply spray-in bed liners.
Owner: Reginald Hiebert
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.
HILLSBORO COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
Address: P.O. Box 273, Hillsboro, KS 67063
Year opened: Hillsboro Community Foundation was formed in 2004 with the vision of connecting caring donors to worthy causes.
About us: The Hillsboro Community Foundation exists to promote and facilitate charitable giving in support of projects and programs that enhance the quality of life in the Hillsboro community. In fulfilling that mission, the HCF plays many roles, but primarily serves to: (1) receive and manage donor funds for projects benefiting the Hillsboro community and the area; (2) help donors identify local organizations, projects and programs that meet their philanthropic goals; and (3) serve as an ambassador promoting the needs of the Hillsboro community. In addition, the HCF serves as an important forum for discussing how private philanthropy and giving can support the long-term needs of the community. Governed by a board of directors, representing a variety of local interests in the community, the foundation is making efforts for positive change and is charged by the momentum of key leaders working together. This collaborative approach also minimizes the duplication of effort across organizations.
News from 2016: In February, HCF distributed a record $17,300 among 10 area non-profit organizations. A total of $431,900 in grants and scholarships have been given to the community since the formation of the foundation. In 2014, the board set a goal to reach $2 million in total assets. At that time, the total assets were $1.612 million. Five percent of the endowment returns to our community each year, providing opportunities, services and a future for the non-profit organizations in the community. The board is proud to announce that the $2 million goal has been reached through the generosity of people in the Hillsboro community. The foundation currently has $2.1 million in assets.
Looking to 2017: We will again be awarding additional grants to deserving organizations and causes in the Hillsboro area. We also will continue to pursue our three priority goals listed above. Grant applications were received from various non-profit organizations in the local community during December and early January. Grant awards will be presented at a reception at 6 p.m. Feb. 17 in the high school and checks will be presented at halftime of the boys’ varsity game that evening. In May, scholarships will be given o many deserving high school seniors.
Owner: HCF is an affiliate of Central Kansas Community Foundation.
Board members: Todd Jost (chair), Coleen Koop (treasurer), Kelly Linnens (secretary), Cynthia Fleming (director and treasurer), Lyman Adams, Josh Boehm, Kathy Decker, Bonnie Funk, Robert Loewen, Terry Pankratz, Randy Whisenhunt, Randy Wiens and Evan Yoder.
HILLSBORO COMMUNITY HOSPITAL & SPECIALTY CLINICS
Address: 701 S. Main
Phone: Hospital, 620-947-3114. Clinic, 620-947-1421. Downtown Clinic, 620-947-1404.
Year opened: 1915 as Salem Hospital Inc.; sold to HMC/CAH Consolidated Inc. in 2008.
About us: HCH is a full-service hospital and family practice clinic. We offer acute care and post-acute rehab care (swing bed). Outpatient services include lab, X-rays, CT scans, MRI, sonograms, EKG, treadmill tests, physical therapy, occupational therapy and surgery. The specialty clinic brings specialists to town in the areas of general surgery, cardiology, orthopedics, ophthalmology, urology, podiatry and rheumatology. Hillsboro Clinics are family practice clinics. In addition to family medicine, Dr. Greg Erb also has an emphasis in sports medicine.
Looking to 2017: We anticipate serving the public in our new building this spring.
Owners: HMC/CAH Consolidated
Hours: Hospital, 24/7/365; Hillsboro Clinics, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
HILLSBORO DENTAL CARE
Address: 119 E. Grand
Phone: 620-947-0050; 888-947-0051
Year opened: 2007
About us: We offer total family dentistry, which includes implants, removal of teeth, braces, invisalign, dentures, no-shot laser fillings, root canals and oral sedation where you can be totally relaxed.
Looking to 2017: To continue to provide healthy smiles with a gentle touch.
Owner: Brian Kynaston and Matthew Perry
Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday; 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday
HILLSBORO DEVELOPMENT CORP. / HVI
Address: 116 E. Grand
Year opened: Chartered in 1968
About us: The primary objective of Hillsboro Development Corp. is to cultivate and promote a positive business climate in Hillsboro and the surrounding community. A major contribution over the years has been the development of Hillsboro Industrial Park, presently home to 12 business owners. Recognizing the importance of assisting and developing entrepreneurs, HDC established Hillsboro Ventures Inc. (HVI) in 2007 specifically to support entrepreneurs by surrounding them with resources needed to become successful through the business start-up or expansion phase. In 2009 HDC/HVI made application for Hillsboro to be an Entrepreneurial Community (E-Community) to NetWork Kansas. The E-Community designation allowed us to establish a revolving loan fund through the sale of tax credits. To date we have assisted 10 business start-ups or expansions with low-interest loans.
Looking to 2017: In the past decade, Hillsboro capital expenditures in both public and private sectors have totaled nearly $5 million per year. The result of months and years of planning, Hillsboro’s economy will see the largest spike in capital expenditures in history totaling $32 million in 2017. The large number of expansion projects to be completed this year will have a longterm and positive effect on the local community, ranging from additional services and job creation to increased revenue from property-tax valuation. The major building projects include the new community hospital, Tabor College Fine Arts Center, Hillsboro Hometown Pharmacy, MB Foundation office complex and several retail business expansions. HDC/HVI will continue to work with business prospects to occupy vacant buildings on Main Street and in Hillsboro Heights.
Owners: HDC shareholders managed by the board of directors
Employees: One part-time
HILLSBORO FREE PRESS
Address: 116 S. Main
Year opened: 1998
About us: The Free Press is a Hillsboro-based, county-wide free newspaper delivered to more than 7,000 homes and businesses across greater Marion County every week. Our mission is to contribute to a stronger and more vibrant community by practicing and promoting the highest standards of journalism for the benefit of our readers and advertisers. In addition to publishing the newspaper every week, we operate a book division that helps design, format and produce multiple projects every year. We also belong to the larger Kansas Publishing Ventures family, which also includes weekly newspapers in Newton, Andale and Herington as well as The Edge every month with a circulation of more than 30,000 homes, targeting all of Harvey County and part of McPherson County and other adjacent counties. In 2013 we launched a general interest quarterly full-color glossy magazine for all of Harvey County called HarveyCountyNOW.com with an accompanying website with the same name. We distribute 10,000 copies through Harvey County area businesses and door-to-door.
News from 2016: Kansas Publishing Ventures acquired the Herington Times in August after it had been abruptly closed by the former owner. In addition to preserving a local newspaper for Herington, the Times enlarges the target audience for Free Press advertisers.
Owners: Joey Young, Lindsey Young and Don Ratzlaff
Hours: Formal office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday—although frequently we can be reached at the office during the weekend and at odd hours.
Address: 202 S. Main
Phone: 620-947-3134, or toll free: 1-888-611-1186
Year opened: Dealership opened in 1955. Allen Hagen started working here in 1958, purchased controlling interest in 1977 and changed the name to Hillsboro Ford-Mercury Inc.
About us: We are the only franchised Ford dealership in Marion County, which enables us to offer services not available anywhere else in the county. With us being in Marion County, you as a consumer can keep your hard-earned money working for our county, our schools and all of the communities in our county. We offer new Ford cars and trucks, A-1 used cars and trucks and full-service shop, parts department, body shop and tire dealer. We are a certified Ford dealership and are Blue Oval certified. We offer new and used vehicles all in one convenient location, downtown Main Street for over 50 years.
Mission statement: A company is only as good as the promises it keeps, and at Hillsboro Ford the only thing that comes before our customer service is our integrity. We strive to do more than just business. It’s more than keys and a handshake…. It’s a relationship.
Looking to 2017: We are looking forward to community support. The Drive 4 Ur School / FFA Scholarship cause has raised $30,000 for the Hillsboro Athletic Booster Club and FFA school scholarships.
Owners: Randy and Terry Hagen
Employees: 13. Our managers are Kim Kaufman (service), Dennis Frantz (parts), Lloyd Spencer (body shop). Our salesmen are Kevin Staley and Ron Herbel.
Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday; 8 a.m. to noon service on Saturdays and sales until 4 p.m.
Address: 125 N. Main
Year opened: 1985
About us: We are a retail hardware store including tools, hardware, small appliances, housewares, electrical, lawn and garden supplies, Crosley major appliances and Gravely zero-turn mowers. We also provide small engine repair and parcel shipping.
News in 2016: LED light fixtures installed in late summer to help with electricity efficiency and brightening of the store. Brought in the Gravely line of zero-turn mowers to replace the discontinued Dixon line.
Looking to 2017: We look forward to serving all of Marion County in the new year.
Owners: We look forward to serving all of Marion County throughout the year.
Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
Address: 220 Industrial
Year opened: 1968
About us: Since 1968, a leading manufacturer of steel and aluminum trailers and truck beds for the farm and ranch and the construction markets.
Owners: Merle Friesen, Marv Schellenberg, Mike Gerken and Phil Wyssenbach (Flint Hills Industries Inc.).
Hours: Office, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday; factory, Tuesday through Friday.
HILLSBORO STATE BANK
Address: 200 N. Main
Year opened: Chartered in 1902 as the Ramona State Bank, the bank was moved to Hillsboro in February 1985 and renamed Hillsboro State Bank.
About us: We are a single-facility, community bank with a Kansas state charter and a home address of Hillsboro, offering a full range of banking services.
Owner: The bank is owned by Ramona Bankshares Inc., which is a family-owned, single-bank holding company.
Employees: The bank has a six-member board of directors and a staff of six full-time employees.
Hours: Drive-up open 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday to Friday and 8 a.m. to noon Saturday. Lobby open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Thursday and 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday.
HORSESHOE METAL WORKS
Address: 210 W. D St.
Year opened: 1994
About us: Manufacturing under-body truck toolboxes made of steel or aluminum, and the CrossBox—an angled toolbox that mounts across the flatbed and doesn’t interfere with your vision. Also, manufacturing the Power Dunk adjustable basketball-goal post. It’s a goal that can grow with your family. The goal can be lowered to under 6 feet for the younger players, and raised to 10 feet for the serious players. Ten-year warranty on the adjustable post—the same quality post used in schools, city parks and church yards everywhere.
Owner: Donovan Funk
Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. or by appointment.
Address: 512 E. D St., inside Hillsboro Ampride.
About us: Instaboro is an automated DVD rental kiosk located inside the Hillsboro Ampride. New releases are stocked every Tuesday evening, and the box has an active inventory of 250 titles. We also offer gift cards for free rentals. Instaboro has new releases faster than Redbox, is cheaper than streaming from iTunes and requires much less commitment than Netflix.
Looking to 2017: Instaboro is looking forward to stocking new hits, as well as hosting fun new promotions for free and discounted rentals.
Owner: David Vogel
Business hours: 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., Sunday through Thursday; 6 a.m. to midnight, Friday and Saturday.
THE INSURANCE CENTER
Address: 105 S. Main
Year opened: 1979
About us: We serve the community by providing insurance coverage and service.
Looking to 2017: Continue to serve the community, meeting individual needs and insurance protection.
Owner: Kakim Kunantaev
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Address: 215 S. Cedar
Year opened: 1956
About us: We provide plumbing repair, trenching and light dirt work.
Owner: Jim Flaming
Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
JOST FABRICATING, LLC
Address: 800 Western Heights Circle
Year opened: 1984
About us: Jost Fabricating, LLC, has been in business since 1984 and has grown to be one of the state’s top dealers of DewEze bale beds and Hillsboro Industries line of products. We specialize in sales, installation and service of DewEze, HydraBed and Krogmann bale beds as well as Hillsboro steel and aluminum flatbeds. Our shop will customize your truck to meet your specific needs, including custom toolboxes, hitches, specialty boxes, hoists, stock racks, ladder racks, lifts and Thunderstruck & Prairie Industries grill guards and bumpers. We also sell a variety of stock, flatbed, cargo, dump and utility trailers from Hillsboro, Diamond T, Aluma, Finishline and Travalong.
JOST FUNERAL HOME
Address: 401 S. Washington
Year opened: Jared and Julia Jost took over management in 1999.
About us: Celebration of life. We offer a full line of monuments to better serve the Hillsboro community.
Owners: Jared and Julia Jost
Address: 111 W. D
Year opened: 1946
About us: We offer full-service gasoline; we enjoy being able to accommodate people who like to have their gas pumped, and other services, such as checking tires and oil. We are a full-service tire shop—sales, mount and balance and flat repair. We also do oil changes.
Looking to 2016: We look forward to extending the same personal services and will be able to accept debt and credit cards.
Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday; Saturday hours can vary.
JOST WELDING INC.
Address: 118 S. Main St.
Year opened: Jost Welding was established in 1919 by Peter G. Jost, who operated it until 1973. That year, his youngest son, Karl, took over the business. Karl was proprietor until 1997 when Todd Jost took over.
About us: Jost Welding Inc. is a repair, fabrication, light manufacturing and mechanical machine shop.
News from 2016: 2016 was a challenging year. However, the design and mechanical capability of Jost Welding Inc. contined to expand and our industrial customer base broadened.
Looking to 2017: This year will undoubtedly be exciting and challenging. We intend to keep expanding our 3-D design, modeling and fabrication capabilities and to continue providing repair services.
Owner: Todd Jost
KEN KOSLOWSKY ACCOUNTING SERVICE
Address: 127 N. Main St.
Year opened: 1980
About us: We provide small business accounting services, and income tax return preparation.
Looking to 2016: Looking forward to providing the same great service from a new location.
Owner: Ken Koslowsky
Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
Address: 112 S. Main
Year opened: 2005
About us: We provide machine quilting, retail sales of fabric, sewing notions and embroidery supplies, custom quilt making and quilt making classes. Also available are consignment items of handmade items, antiques and collectibles from local artisans.
Owner: Marie Kessler
Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday; 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
LALOUETTE LAW, LLC
Address: Hillsboro, 111 S. Main; PO Box 97, Hillsboro
Phone: 620-947-0261; 620-381-0637 (Lori cell)
Year opened: 2010
About us: Lalouette Law strives to provide clients with exceptional results and customized solutions to their real-life problems, while offering empathetic and compassionate legal care during a client’s difficult life stages or transitions. Owner/attorney Lori Lalouette is a Marion County native and a second-career attorney, having worked as a computer systems architect for 12 years prior to law school. Lori choose to pursue law based on her heartfelt desire to provide non-judgmental help for people and advocate for their rights. Lori’s unique analytical and strategic thinking style allows her to create exceptional solutions, while focusing on delivering the client’s desired results. Moreover, her compassionate and empathetic qualities make her as equally relationship-driven, which creates and fosters trusting client connections. Lalouette Law offers a full range of legal services, including: criminal, traffic and DUI defense; constitutional/civil rights law; employment/discrimination/ADA law; municipal law; domestic: divorce/child support-custody; wills/trusts; estate/long-term care planning; civil litigation; real estate/ag law; corporate/business; and bankruptcy.
Looking to 2017: Utilization of technology and “virtual office” interfaces will improve efficiency, productivity and availability. The firm’s slogan is: “Results Focused, Relationship Driven & Client Connected.” Lori seeks to strengthen, focus and rekindle client relationships and connections for the upcoming year. Call for a free initial consultation. We look forward to the opportunity to assisting you.
Owner: Lori Lalouette, attorney
Business hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday (unless away in court or meetings). Evening and weekend hours by appointment. Email or texts are always welcome.
LANG DIESEL INC.
Address: 603 N. Ash
Year opened: LDI originally opened in 1988 in Hays. LDI acquired Ag Power in Hillsboro in July 2009.
About us: LDI is a full-service farm-equipment dealership that covers the state of Kansas with 12 locations. This commitment to Kansas farmers is backed by extensive parts inventories, parts professionals, dedicated product specialists, and an AGCO-trained service team for product support. LDI carries the AGCO name and brands, including Challenger, Gleaner, Massey Ferguson, Rogator, Terragator, Sunflower, Hesston and others. The wide range of AGCO products allows LDI to meet the needs of Kansas farmers across the state. LDI is “doing what it takes.”
Looking to 2017: LDI will stay committed to meeting the sales, service and parts needs of our customers and are always looking for ways to improve. Thanks to all of our customers, we truly appreciate your business.
LEPPKE REALTY & AUCTION
Address: 501 S. Main
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Year opened: 1984
About us: We are a full-service real estate brokerage firm and auction company.
Looking to 2017: We are looking forward to continuing top-notch service in real estate and auction needs of Marion County and the surrounding areas.
Owner: Lyle Leppke
Hours: Office is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday, or by appointment.
LOREN M. LOEWEN, DDS
Address: 615 S. Main, Hillsboro since 1988; 2146 N. Collective Lane, Suite 116, Wichita since 2009
Phone: 620-947-5771 Hillsboro; 316-636-4545 Wichita
Year opened: 1988
About us: Full-service family dentistry with emphasis on implants. Dr. Loewen is a diplomate with International Association for Mini Dental Implants, a fellow with the American Academy for Small Diameter Implants, and an instructor at the Small Diameter Institute. Practice offers latest in technology with 3-D X-ray and digital scanning for minimally invasive implant placement. Full range of affordable implant services, including the latest in mini and full-size implant technology, one-day extraction with implant tooth replacement, tooth socket preservation and minimally invasive sinus grafting. Oral sedation certified for patient comfort. All low-dose digital X-ray technology. Services also include crowns, bridges, root canals, extractions, dentures and periodontal treatment.
Looking to 2017: Dr. Loewen is committed to staying on the cutting edge of dental technology. Advancements in cosmetic fillings, crown materials, implants, root canals and all areas of dentistry will continue to provide more choices and opportunities for better eating and a confident smile.
Owner: Loren M. Loewen DDS, LLC
Hours: Hillsboro, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and first Monday of each month; Wichita, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
THE LUMBERYARD INC.
Address: 121 N. Ash St.
Year opened: 1884
About us: The Lumberyard has been and will continue to be a family-owned business contributing to the community with the foresight and energy it takes to keep up with popularity and demand. Jon, his family and crew have a great passion for excellent customer service and community involvement. We have expanded our inventory to include work clothes (Keys brand jeans, overalls and bibs); work boots; Smokin Brothers grills, pellets, rubs and sauces; Boss Buck feeders and blinds; fishing and hunting licenses; fishing and hunting supplies, and ammo. We also carry a wonderful line of feed and nutrients for deer and wildlife, deadly decoys, scopes and hunting gear. The Lumberyard also will be offering the service of planting and maintaining food plots for upcoming hunting seasons for our customers, to include filling feeders and maintaining proper levels of nutrients and feed. We also have game cameras that we can monitor and document pictures for you. For those who own ground and live out of state, or just want to see what’s going on, this is a great way to watch your game. Contact us today so we can get started. The Lumberyard always is fully stocked on hardware and lumber, new lines of windows and doors, roofing (shingles and metal), decking and landscaping materials, kitchen & bath design center to cover all of your updating or new construction needs. Screen and glass repair, New Valspar computer match paint system, expanded garden center, and now stocking Norpro and Pyrex Kitchen Ware. In spring we will be featuring our new Ricky J. Redneck Bubble Tanks! 2015 is going to be a great year in Hillsboro! Come see all of our new additions.
Owners: Jon Hefley.
Employees: 8-10, revolving
Hours: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday.
Address: 315 S. Lincoln
Year opened: 1990
About us: MB Foundation offers a variety of financial services from a biblical perspective, including planned-giving services, fund management (for charities), loans (to charities and pastors), investment certificates, and we champion biblical stewardship.
News from 2016: We started the construction of a new office building at the corner of D and Washington streets in Hillsboro to better serve our constituency. New staff members were hired in Hillsboro and in our Fresno, Calif., office bringing our staff total to 15. We conducted our first-ever Giving Challenge. Participants were asked to share generosity stories and four random participants were selected to give away $5,000 to the charity(ies) of their choice. A total of $20,000 was distributed, incuding some to charities in Marion County. A retirement program was started for staff in the Mennonite Brethren church family. An annual scholarship called Leadership Generation Fund was created to encourage leadership development in the MB church family. For the first time in our history, loan interest rates decreased and certificate interest rates increased simultaneously. Jon Wiebe, president and CEO, celebrated 20 years at MB Foundation.
Looking to 2017: We move into 2017 with the theme of “Build.” That will include completing our construction project in May. We love that the location and will continue to offer fuel—but fuel for ministry rather than gas for vehicles. We will host our second national gathering of empty-nesters, builders and boomers called “Celebrate 2017” in Denver, Colo. We will continue to build our offices in Hillsboro and Fresno to serve our nation-wide constituency.
Owner: U.S. Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.
MID KANSAS EYECARE
Address: 132 S. Main St, Hillsboro; 607 E. Randall, Hesston
Phone: 620-947-5631 Hillsboro, 620-327-2800 Hesston
Year opened: 1982
About us: We are a full-service optometry clinic offering glasses, contacts and medical eyecare.
Owner: Dr. Paul E. Unruh, OD
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, closed Thursday.
MIDLANDS FARM SERVICES INC.
Address: 600 Orchard Drive
Year opened: 1986
About us: We are an ag land management business on behalf of the landowners and are involved in farm real-estate sales.
Looking to 2017: We are looking forward to continuing to serve area landowners.
Owner: Scully Partners L.P.
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday
NOREL FARMS BAKERY
Address: 207 N. Main
Year opened: 2012
About us: We offer a variety of fried and baked goods, including rolls, doughnuts, seven kinds of bread, six kinds of bierocks, eight kinds of cookies, muffins, zweibach, verenika, pies and numerous glutten-free items. During the school year we offer a soup of the day. At Christmas we make New Year’s cookies and peppernuts. We are open 5:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday. We can also cater events and gladly take orders with one day’s notice. If you would like a specialty item, we would always be willing to fill that desire.
News from 2016: We attempted to serve decorated cakes, cupcakes and cookies. However, few people tood advantage of this service. We can still make these items, but with little decoration.
Looking to 2017: Jesus said, “I am the bread of life.” We desire to share our bread with you along with the love of Jesus to Hillsboro and the surrounding areas for many years to come.
Owners: Norman and Rachel Schmidt
Hours: 5:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Address: 614 N. Ash
Phone: 620-947-3117, toll-free 1-800-947-3119
About us: Midway Motors serves all of your automotive needs, from sales of new and used vehicles to repairs, from tires to major overhauls. Gas, diesel, 2wd, 4wd imports and domestics—we carry nine lines of new vehicles and have access to hundreds of pre-owned vehicles at all times, as well as three full-time employees who find those hard-to-find vehicles if we don’t have them in stock. Certified vehicles backed by a three-year/100,000-mile power-train warranty, which is one of the best in the industry. Come see us at our new facility at 614 N. Ash.
Owner: Glenn Hoover
Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday; 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
ODDS ‘N ENDS
Address: 209 S. Main
Year opened: 1991
About us: We offer unique gifts and home decor—products perfectly priced for all budgets. Mikasa crystal for special gifts. Gourmet food and drink room featuring wind and willow products, dips, seasonings, coffee and teas. Plus, we carry DMC Floss.
Owner: Peni Ens
Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Saturday; 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sundays in November and December.
Address: 107 w. Grand Ave.
Year opened: 2011
About us: We offer a wonderful Chinese buffet, as well as a full menu and carryout.
Hours: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday to Saturday
Address: 122 S. Main
Year opened: November 2008
About us: We take great pride in providing the finest chiropractic wellness care to our patients. A sampling of the services we offer in our Hillsboro office are: chiropractic care providing advanced spinal correction utilizing state-of-the-art techniques. Newer correction methods are available and even safer, more comfortable and more effective than ever before, including cold laser therapy, decompression therapy and acupuncture.
News from 2016: Darci Mashburn, massage therapist, began providing massages in our office March 1. Also, we added a satellite clinic located at 203 S. 3rd St. in Marion on July 11. Hours at this location are 8 a.m. to noon Monday and Thursday, and 1-6 p.m. Tuesday.
Owner: Kodi N. Panzer, D.C.
Hours (Hillsboro): 1-6 p.m. Monday, 8 a.m. to noon Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, 8 am. to 6 p.m. Thursday; 6:30 a.m. to noon Friday; 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday.
Address: 200 Willow Rd.
Year opened: Parkside Homes Inc. was organized in 1960 to meet the continuing care retirement needs of the Hillsboro community. As community needs changed, Parkside added to the original building and grew the campus setting to include independent living in duplexes, assisted living at “Park Village,” and skilled-nursing care at “Parkside Homes.” The current campus setting of Parkside Homes Inc. invites individuals and families to make retirement choices with many options for continuing care and rehab.
About us: Parkside Homes Inc. exists to provide a high quality of life to aging adults at all levels of our retirement community through compassionate, Christ-like, resident-centered care and services that allow for dignity and growth. This commitment is our foundation for innovative care and progressive services for each resident.
News from 2016: Valerie McGhee was named chief executive officer of Parkside Homes Inc. Parkside was named a five-star retirement community by U.S. News & World Report.
Looking to 2017: Parkside Homes believes in individualized care options and is growing possibilities designed for you through our Assisted Living and Health Care Center. We are excited about expanding our current therapy department to increase opportunities for Parkside residents and community members.
Owners: Parkside Homes Inc.
Hours: 24-hour operations. Business office 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday; additional times available by appointment.
PRAIRIE VIEW INC.
Address: 508 S. Ash, Hillsboro; corporate offices, 1901 E. 1st, Newton
Phone: 620-947-3200, 800-992-6292. Crisis line: 800-362-0180.
Year opened: Prairie View was founded in 1954 in Newton, and became the community mental health center for Marion County in 1967.
About us: Prairie View remains committed to meeting the behavioral health needs of the people of south-central Kansas. With an office in Hillsboro and staff who work in the communities and schools to serve Marion County, Prairie View offers mental health and addictions treatment for people of all ages. Together with the county commission and our community advisory group, Prairie View seeks to best meet the needs of Marion County.
Owners: Prairie View is a not-for-profit organization, governed by a 15-member volunteer board.
Employees: 19 in the Marion County office, 340 system-wide.
Hours: Hillsboro office: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday; 8 a.m. to noon Friday.
Address: 108 N. Main
Year opened: 1964.
About us: We offer high-value tours throughout North America and to some international destinations.
Looking to 2017: In our 53rd year of business we are selling tours to Ireland, Mexico and Canada as well as Alaska and the contiguous 48 states. Several new tours are being developed as we look beyond this year.
Owners: Hank and Lynn Wiebe
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.
R&D LIQUOR STORE
Address: 500 Western Heights Circle
Year opened: 2006
About us: We are a full-service liquor store with a large selection of spirits, wines, liquors, cordials, mixers and ready-to-drink premixed products. We offer a huge variety of beer, including imports, domestic and micro brews. Our state-of-the-art wine racks are easy to shop and are a big hit with our wine patrons. We strive to give our customers a wonderful shopping experience by being attentive to their needs, whether it be carrying out, helping with a recipe or picking out a wine.
Owner: Regina Vinduska
Hours: 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Thursday; 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
REAL ESTATE CENTER
Address: 116 N. Main
Year opened: 1979
About us: We specialize in real estate brokerage for residential, commercial, rural property and property management for rental units in the surrounding area.
Looking to 2017: We are looking to continue helping our customers as they look to find homes in our area. We look forward to additional units being built to serve the people as they look to make our community their home.
Owner: Delores Dalke
Hours: 8 a.m. to noon, and 1-5 p.m. Monday to Friday; 8 a.m. to noon Saturday; and by appointment whenever needed.
MICHAEL REEH, M.D.
Address: 104 N. Washington
Year opened: 1997
About us: Michael Reeh is board certified by the American Board of Physician Specialties in both family practice and geriatric medicine specialties. He has a master of business administration in health-care management. He provides specialist level primary medical care for people of all ages. He works closely with all other medical specialists to bring you comprehensive medical care locally and regionally. He works for you and has your best interests first.
Owner: Michael Ree
Hours: (Office) 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
ROD’S TIRE & SERVICE
Address: 401 Orchard Drive
Year opened: 1999
About us: We provide full-service tire sales and service and carry the largest inventory in the area. We also employ ASE certified automotive technicians and are a full service automotive repair center. We provide services such as, but not limited to, routine maintenance, wheel alignments, computer diagnostics and full-line automotive repairs.
News from 2016: Much time and effort was spent in an extensive expansion and remodel project that added over 4,000 square feet of work space to our facility. This new work area not only allows for better efficiency and working conditions, it also has allowed us to add staff in order to serve our customers better. We also updated our showroom area to make it more customer friendly and more modern.
Looking to 2017: We will continue to look for ways to be a leader in the tire and service industry in the local market and beyond. Added technology to help us work more efficiently and communicate with our customers better are being looked into. Also, updating building signage to a more modern look, as well as additional concrete work, are all being considered as we move forward. There are many opportunities ahead and we intend to aggressively pursue those as they become available.
Owners: Rod and Carrie Koons
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday to Friday and 8 a.m. to noon Saturday.
Address: 704 S. Ash
Year opened: 1889
About us: Salem Home offers skilled nursing care to short- and long-term residents. Through physical, occupational and/or speech therapy, we restore short-term residents to an appropriate health status to allow them to return to their lives back home. Long-term care residents benefit from therapy as well as restorative care that is directed at keeping them ambulatory and as flexible as possible so as to maintain their independence in a community environment. Specialized care plans, activities and dietary assessments allow the team of dedicated nursing staff to perfect each individual’s experience at Salem Home. Our cozy, home-like atmosphere, coupled with our heart-felt desire to serve, maintains our positive rating with the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The lower level of the Salem Home building houses 10 senior living apartments which are available for rent to people 55 years of age or older.
News in 2016: Peter Mungai became the new CEO at Salem Home.
Looking to 2017: Yearly changes from Medicare, Medicaid and the private sector offer opportunities for Salem Home to implement policies and procedures to assist us in giving our residents the outstanding care they have grown accustom to at Salem Home. Our “person-centered care” culture helps grow our Life Enrichment Department (activities) to include a wider range of group and individual options.
Owner: Salem Home is a Kansas not-for-profit corporation governed by a board of directors that includes Jared Jost, serving as chairman, along with six community members.
Hours: Nursing services are available 24 hours a day; administration and office staff are in house from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Year opened: 2016
About us: Scott Catering provides specialized catering to the Hillsboro and greater Marion County area. Customized menus for small to large groups, including weddings, banquets, meetings and more.
Owners: Rob and Alexis Scott
Address: 1320 190th
Year opened: 2003
About us: We began this business as a wholesale-only greenhouse in 2003. We have phased out of the wholesale part of the business and are now retail only. We offer premium annuals, hanging baskets, bedding plants, vegetables, herbs, seed, perennials, trees, shrubs and garden supplies (fertilizer, pest control, potting mix, etc.).
News in 2016: Each year I carry more and more new items. In 2016, we added some amazing sphagnum moss hanging baskets. They were monstrous in size, 30 inches by 36 inces wide. I hung mine with a chain! We also vary our plant variety offerings each year. Trying new plant introductions while keeping the old standard standbys keeps things from getting boring. Spring 2016 saw many new customers and great sales. Fall 2016 was a bit more challenging due to the September rains and 190th Street being closed between Pawnee and Quail Creek Road. The road being closed has diverted a lot of traffic away from our location.
Looking to 2017: We are excited about a new supplier for mulch this year. This will bring the cost per bag down greatly. We also plan to carry more varieties of mulch, including pine bark nuggets and colored mulch. I have just ordered some gift items and soon will be ordering some spring bulbs (gladiolus, caladium, etc). If you would like something in particular, let me know. Also new this year will be some fairy garden figurines and plants suitable for creating the fairy gardens. My kids had a great time creating a few fairy gardens last year and I love it when they voluntarily become involved in the greenhouse projects.
Owners: Jana and Dale Dalke
Employees: Dale and Jana are the only full-time employees. Friends and family volunteer during the busy seasons.
Hours: Hours vary by the season. Spring hours begin in early March: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday; closed Sundays.
Address: 1271⁄2 N. Main
Year opened: Bought from Wayne Schroeder in 1982
About us: I improve the looks of Hillsboro one head at a time. I cut and style men’s and women’s hair, specializing in the latest men’s styles. I also enjoy doing children’s haircuts.
Looking to 2016: It’s my 34rd year in Hillsboro.
Owner: Randy Wiens
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday to Friday; 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Open late Thursday.
STATE FARM INSURANCE
Address: Hillsboro, 144 N. Main; Marion, 822 E. Main
Phone: Hillsboro, 620-947-5900; Marion, 620-382-3363
Opened: State Farm was founded in 1922 by retired farmer George J. Mecherle. Becky Walsh Agency opened in 1991.
About us: State Farm offers automobile, homeowners, renters, health, life, banking and financial services. The team consists of agent Becky Walsh and licensed staff members Kris Pschigoda in Hillsboro 38 years and just beginning in Marion is Jamie Martinez.
Looking to 2017: To provide quality products and service to our clientele.
Owner: Becky Walsh
Hours: 9 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday. Evenings and Saturdays by appointment.
SUPREME FLOOR CO.
Address: 117 N. Main
For emergency: 620-382-7594
Year opened: 2006
About us: All types of floor-covering sales and installation; carpet and tile cleaning and maintenance; water restoration.
Looking to 2017: We offer current trends to our customers by providing visual displays in our expanded showroom. We have more options available than ever before.
Owners: Stuart and Lea Isaac
Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday; 9 a.m. to noon Saturday.
Address: 106 S. Main
Year opened: 2012
About us: We specialize in hair cuts, foils, color, perms, waxing, manicures, spa pedicures and OPI gel nails.
Owner: Alison Schultz
Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday to Friday.
SOUTHWEST SPAS DIRECT
Address: 410 N. Main
Phone: 620-947-0220; 888-451-7727
Year opened: 2006
About us: We give the best service, and we provide service for all brands of hot tubs. We build great hot tubs.
Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday.
About us: Vogel Design is an award-winning graphic design studio based in Hillsboro. The studio specializes in website design, mobile app design, logo design, branding, and the design and production of a wide variety of print products.
News in 2016: In fall, Vogel Design received national recognition by Graphic Design USA magazine for four projects it had completed in 2015. The studio also was proud to continue its partnership with the USD 410 music departments to support vocal and instrumental programs and students. This included the design and printing of the bi-annual fundraiser discount cards, as well as doing the layout for concert and musical programs. Through 2016, Vogel Design completed projects for small businesses, manufacturing, publishing, civic organizations and churches across Kansas and the United States.
Looking to 2017: The studio will continue to offer Web, mobile and print services at affordable prices for small businesses and organizations, and will continue to expand the capabilities and features of those services.
Owner: David Vogel
Address: 300 Industrial Rd.
Year opened: 1981
About us: Roll-up shutters for windows, serving windows and tambour doors that are added to other companies’ products. In the past several years more than 50 percent of our business is supplying tambour doors to companies that manufacture medical cabinets, open-front coolers, retail display cases and storage cabinets in factories. We have been blessed with another record year. Our website has allowed a small company in Hillsboro to reach all the United States and beyond.
Looking to 2017: We keep growing and are in the process of completing an addition to our plant. Hillsboro is a great place in center of the country to ship fast and least expensive to all areas.
Owner: Roger Hofer
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.
WIEBE SIDING & REMODELING
Address: 1140 190th
Year opened: 1994
About us: We offer an alternative to standard consumer-grade products. We specialize in quality doors and windows and siding. Also room additions, seamless gutters and decks. We do in-home free estimates, with the largest selection of windows, doors and siding for your home.
News in 2016: We now carry a solid-core, foam-backed siding 25 feet long, so we can do a house with seamless siding. Also, we have an epoxy siding that is hail resistant, won’t crack, peal, rot, is termite proof, and has fade warranty—just like you see on TV. I think it’s going to be the future. We also have Everlast Siding, a blend between vinyl and crushed stone. This is the best siding known to man as of yet.
Looking to 2017: Taking care of our customers with the highest quality products and service available. One of the oldest ProVia factory direct dealer in Kansas. Also a Soft-Lite Windows dealer.
Owner: Jake Wiebe
Employees: 4 full time
Hours: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday to Friday.
WRIGHT’S AUTO SALES & SERVICE
Address: 109 E. D St.
Year opened: 1995
About us: We specialize in 3- to 4-year-old lease returns, Toyota, Honda and Chrysler, plus we also sell previously owned travel trailers. With our lower overhead we have also lowered our repair services, we do oil changes, A/C work, brake work and tune-ups on all makes and models.
Owner: Doug Wright
Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
Address: 109 E. D St.
Phone: 620-947-2690; 620-877-0898 cell
Year opened: 1995
About us: We own self-storage buildings, as well as carport and garage buildings for rent or sale.
Owner: Doug Wright
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. After hours by cell 620-877-0898.