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Schools seek funding support from patrons

Schools seek funding support from patrons

Marion High School seniors (from left) McKenzee Remmers, Kayla Kroupa and Brittany Hett said they enjoyed the cooler weather while giving curbs on Main Street a fresh coat of yellow paint during the Marion High School community service day in late September. School funding challenges surfaced again in 2015, with three school districts in the county receiving approval to increase […]

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Letters, June 17, 2015

Was job awarded on performance? A recent job opening for Marion County assistant to Road and Bridge Supervisor Randy Crawford had three applicants. The job was awarded to Larry Cushen?berry. Was Mr. Cushenberry selected for this position based on his excellent work performance or as a reward for being Lori Crawford-Lalouette?s election treasurer and the lead person for her campaign […]

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County to help with Burns street project

Sometimes the county has the resources to do things more easily than the smaller towns. Marion County commissioners said Monday that the road and bridge director knows best on behalf of the city of Burns in cooperating with Mid-Kansas Coopera?tive to reconstruct gravel 10th Avenue and build turn-arounds for two-way semi-truck grain-hauling traffic. The Burns City Council told Erik Lange, […]

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Business seminar aims to help businesses compete

?Thinking Outside of the Big Box,??a free program designed to enhance small businesses in Marion County, will be offered Thursday, Jan. 8 in the Wohlge?muth Music Educa?tion Center on the Tabor College campus. The afternoon program will begin at 4 p.m. with a presentation by Marion City Administrator Roger Holter focusing on prepping businesses for the incoming big box competition. […]

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