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Tabor signs as Project SEARCH work site for county

Tabor signs as Project SEARCH work site for county

Participating in the signing ceremony last week making Tabor College a host site for Project SEARCH are (sitting, from left), Robert Haude, David Sheppard, Jules Glanzer and Daneen Landis; (standing) Laura Baldwin, Kimberlee Jost, Justin Wasmuth. The program officially will open in August at the start of the new school year. Tabor College signed an agreement last week to form […]

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Bluejay women win at Sterling

Bluejay women win at Sterling

Tena Loewen draws a non-shooting foul during the third quarter against Sterling. Loewen scored nine points in Tabor?s 69-55 win. The 21st-ranked Tabor College women?s basketball team remained undefeated in KCAC play after earning a road win at Sterling Tuesday. Aside from one tie, the Bluejays led from start to finish in Tabor?s 69-55 victory. Tabor set the tone from […]

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Bluejay teams receive KCAC Team of Character awards

Two Tabor College teams have received the KCAC Team of Character award, which recognizes one school in each sport and is voted on by conference coaches. Soccer?The Tabor wo?men?s soccer team received the award. The team has been involved in the Hills?boro United Methodist Church?s ?Service for Ser?vice Project,? which includes community service projects such as painting, trash pickup, moving […]

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Delk finalist for Cliff Harris Award

Tabor College senior defensive end Dylan Delk is one of 63 finalists for the 2015 Cliff Harris Award. The award is given to the nation?s top small college defensive football player. More than 5,000 defensive athletes from nearly 500 NCAA Division II, Division III and NAIA schools are considered. Delk is one of 15 NAIA finalists. The winner will be […]

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Jays extend KCAC streak to six

Jays extend KCAC streak to six

Malik Brooks shoots for two during the second half against McPherson Saturday. Brooks scored 13 points in Tabor?s 90-72 win. The 15th-ranked Tabor College men?s basketball team won its sixth consecutive conference game last week after defeating Oklahoma Wesleyan and McPherson. McPherson?Tabor defeated the Bulldogs, 90-72, Saturday. ?I thought we defended a lot better than we?re used to,? coach Micah […]

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Tabor 61st in Director?s Cup standings

Tabor College finished 61st of 185 NAIA schools scoring points in the Learfield Sports Directors? Cup standings with 2401?2 points. Points are given for finishes in up to 12 sports. Tabor earned 116 points in the winter and 1241?2 points in the spring, thanks to national appearances by the men?s and women?s basketball teams, the baseball team and individual track […]

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College honors

? Among the 2,061 students who completed associate, bachelor?s or graduate degrees at Fort Hays State University this spring are three students from Marion County. Aidan Cody Winblad, Goessel, graduated with a bachelor of science degrees in physics and mathematics. Andrea Renae Fish, Hillsboro, graduated with a bachelor of science in elementary education. Jamie Leigh Spoonemore, Hillsboro, graduated with a […]

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College honors

? More than 4,000 graduates participated in Kansas Univer??sity?s 143rd commencement May 17. The following area students received degrees. Canton: Nicholas Wedel, doctor of physical therapy. Florence: Jeconiah Spangler, bachelor?s degree in pharmaceutical studies; Hillsboro: Aislinn Hieb?ner, doctorate in social work; Diedre Serene, Hills?boro, master?s degree in nursing; April Young, Hills?boro, bachelor?s degree in biology; Taylor Ensminger, Peabody, bachelor?s degree […]

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College honors

? Two area students were named to the Fort Hays State University to the Dean?s Honor Roll for the spring 2015 semester. They are Aidan Winblad, a senior from Goessel majoring in physics, and Hillsboro resident Andrea Fish, who is majoring in elementary education. ? Included on the South?wes?tern College Dean?s Honor Roll for the spring 2015 semester were Allison […]

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Bluejay softball goes 2-5 for the week

The Tabor College softball team slipped to 9-14 for the season after a 2-5 week. Hastings?Tabor lost two home games Saturday. In all, Tabor tallied eight hits in a 5-1 loss in Game 1. Marilee Burge was the losing pitcher. In four innings, she gave up nine hits and three runs (all earned). The bats came alive in Game 2, […]

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