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TC banquet honors former AD and current athletes

TC banquet honors former AD and current athletes

Don Brubacher, former student-athlete, coach and athletic director at Tabor College, delivers his response following his formal induction into the Tabor?s Athletic Hall of Fame. Nearly 400 people packed into a steamy Tabor College gymnasium Sunday for the annual Athletic Hall of Fame and Sports Banquet. Former coach, athletic director and alumnus Don Brubacher was inducted into the Athletic Hall […]

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Ribbon-cutting marks opening of Heartland Foods in Hillsboro

Ribbon-cutting marks opening of Heartland Foods in Hillsboro

Ribbon Cutting While store staff hold the ribbon, co-owner Paul Barnes (far left second row) and several Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce members prepare for the official ribbon cutting last Wednesday morning at the Heartland Foods store in Hillsboro Heights. Todd Vogt (front row, second from right) is the store manager.

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Marion FFA earns top state CDE awards

Marion/Florence FFA chapter?s Agriculture Technology Management Team placed first overall at the state Career Develop?ment Event hosted by Kansas State University in Manhattan April 29. Teams from Marion competed in several CDEs. Individually for Marion, Nicholas Meyer placed first, Bret Voth second and Clint Kroupa placed fourth. Raleigh Kroupa was the other member of the state winning team. Participants in […]

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Tabor commencement to award 137 degrees to traditional undergrads

Tabor College is prepared to host its 104th annual commencement ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 17, at Joel H. Wiens Stadium in Hillsboro. The ceremony will include 137 traditional undergraduates in commencement; 97 have completed all requirements and will be receiving diplomas; 40 will receive their diplomas after completing require?ments in the upcoming fall semester. Students attending Tabor College […]

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TC students take on teaching role

TC students take on teaching role

?I love working with the kids and seeing them succeed in the classroom.? <p>?Joanna Mays,<p>student teacher in Hillsboro The line between teacher and student?usually well defined?becomes blurred when a student decides that he or she would like to become a teacher. That student then takes on both roles in the transition from student to teacher. This semester, Tabor College has […]

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Good products, good fun keep her peddling Pampered Chef

Good products, good fun keep her peddling Pampered Chef

Connie Weber has achieved her 1,000th show as a Pampered Chef home consultant. ?I love the Pampered Chef products, and I enjoy working with people and getting them used to their cooking supplies,? she said of her longevity. Connie Weber of Hillsboro started selling Pampered Chef 11 years ago. In April, she celebrated her 1,000th show and 25th wedding anniversary. […]

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Council may open airport to aerial sprayers

The Hillsboro City Coun?cil agreed in principle at its April 22 meeting to a proposal that would open the municipal airport as a base for aerial spraying operations. Mike Kleiber, owner of Ag Service Inc., said his company would like to use the local airport because it would reduce flying time and the expense for producers who want fungicide applied […]

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Fair board sees new leadership this year

The Marion County Fair Association elected Myron Regier of Canton as its new board president last fall, replacing Chuck McLinden of Marion, who served in that capacity for the last 10 years. Both Regier and McLinden believe the president?s job is to make the next fair better than the one before. ?It takes a lot of people to put a […]

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Deaths

Judy Jones, 73, died April 23 at the St. Luke Emergency Room, Marion. Cremation has taken place. A private family services will be held at a later date. She was born Nov. 17, 1940, at Seagraves, Texas, to Lamont and Evelyn (Hajney) Rowland. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert J. Jones. Survivors include children Brenda Dart and […]

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Senior Scribbles

hillsboro senior center We are already going into May, and it seems like this year is going by too fast. Our area ombudsman, Cynthia Bailey will be speaking Thursday, May 1. Chair massages will be May 7 and we will also play Bingo after the noon meal that day. For those wanting to volunteer this summer, please call us. We […]

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