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Electric rate to increase by 5%

? Cost increase fuels Hillsboro council vote. Hillsboro residential customers can expect to see the impact of a 5.2 percent rate increase for electricity when their city bill arrives June 1. The city council passed Ordinance 1260 by a 3-2 vote at its April 7 meeting, authorizing the increase to offset the rising cost of power across Kansas. City Administrator […]

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Good novels have 5 essential elements

One of my absolute favorite feelings is the one I get when I become totally engrossed in a good book. I?ve loved a good story ever since I was able to read. I remember becoming obsessed with ?The Boxcar Children? series in elementary school, which ultimately turned me into the bookworm I am today. Along with reading a good story, […]

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5 athletes earn all-state honors

Five Marion County basketball athletes have received all-state recognition from The Wichita Eagle. Centre?s Shelby Makovec, a senior, received first-team recognition in girls? Class 1A-Division I. Two members of the Goessel girls? basketball team received honors: junior Page Hiebert was named to the Class 1A-Division I second team, while junior Aleena Cook received honorable mention. In Class 2A girls, Canton-Galva?s […]

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Five upgrades under $5,000 that can sell your house

Five upgrades under $5,000 that can sell your house

Dress up and differentiate a kitchen while adding style and flair with fresh air skylights and designer blinds in colors and patterns. Powered by the sun and operated by remote control, Energy-Star-qualified solar powered skylights and blinds, plus installation costs, are eligible for a 30 percent federal tax credit. It?s a sobering truth of real estate that sellers often have […]

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Bank on it

We affirm Central National Bank for helping to establish a micro-loan program that should give people participating in Circles Marion County one more tool that could help them move beyond poverty and into a more stable and healthy financial situation (see Page 13). Not only did Central National agree to host the program, it contributed $5,000 to get it going. […]

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