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Gray, Funk to lead HHS tennis

Gray, Funk to lead HHS tennis

Coach Bob Woelk has seven athletes on the girls? tennis team this fall. They are: front row (from left) Shelby Johnson, Sonja Jost, Mary Leihy; back row, Hannah Funk, Ellian Weisbeck, Allison Gray and Anna Glanzer. Don Ratzlaff / Free Press With the graduation of four-year state qualifier Allison Weber, the Hillsboro tennis team will be looking for two experienced […]

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Heinrichs receives top Hutch News scholarship

Heinrichs receives top Hutch News scholarship

Darcy Heinrichs, Hillsboro High School senior, was named the statewide winner of a $1,000 journalism scholarship from the Hutchinson News Journalism Scholarship Pro?gram. Seated with her is her father, Max Heinrichs, who also is her principal. Standing are (from left) Hutch News journalists Amy Bicke (with envelope) and Kathy Hanks, and HHS English instructors Bob Woelk and Darrel Knoll. Don […]

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Letters, March 18, 2015

?Parable? not an equal comparison ?The parable of Pete? by Bob Woelk (March 11) is a skillfully written editorial. However, comparing left-handed people to homosexuals is not comparing apples to apples. God has spoken concerning homosexuality and declared it morally wrong, which He did not do about being left-handed: ? ?You shall not lie with a male as with a […]

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Finances a key agenda for local schools, college

Finances a key agenda for local schools, college

New configurations and classifications, as well as ongoing budget challenges and compromises, were among the changes that occurred in area schools in 2014 as staff found new ways to prepare their students for an ever-changing world. January The USD 410 Board of Education approved the reconfiguration of the middle and high schools into one building for grades six to 12 […]

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Weber wins singles, Trojans finish fourth

Weber wins singles, Trojans finish fourth

Allison Gray, who teamed with Madison Klein on Hillsboro?s No. 1 doubles team, delivers a serve during their opening match against Circle. The Trojan two-some finished fifth out of six teams with a 1-2 record Thursday at the Trojan Invitational. Even with Allison Weber?s first-place finish in No. 1 singles, the Hillsboro tennis team finished fourth among six teams Thursday […]

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Being chatty comes in handy

When I was just a kid, I would often marvel and sometimes be annoyed by all the people my dad knew. We would meet his acquaintances in stores, restaurants and even on vacation trips out of state. It seemed like no matter where we would go, my dad knew somebody or somebody knew him. What I didn?t understand then and […]

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