Post Tagged with: "Hillsboro"

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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Ollenburger paces Hillsboro golf team

The Hillsboro golf team didn?t compete in a varsity meet last week, but did play in two tournaments the previous week. Last Monday, the Trojans played at the eight-school Sterling Black Bear Invita?tional. Evan Ollenburger placed 20th among 44 golfers with a score of 94 over 18 holes. Phillip Ediger finished 25th at 99 and Alex Dalke was 44th with […]

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Trojan baseball sweeps Eagles

Trojan baseball sweeps Eagles

After stealing third, Hillsboro?s Dylan Nelson makes it home safely on a throwing error in the third inning of the first game of the doubleheader with Canton-Galva. Defend?ing the plate is catcher Tanner Klingensmith. Two run-rule wins at home Friday against Can?ton-Galva boosted the Hills?boro baseball team?s record to 8-2 for the season. The Trojans got a one-hit, 12-0 shutout […]

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HHS softball 12-0 after Eagle sweep

HHS softball 12-0 after Eagle sweep

Canton-Galva catcher Erika Smith lays the tag on Madison Klein during the second inning of Game 1. Klein was called out during the Trojans? 12-run second inning. The Hillsboro softball team pushed its season record to 12-0 with a couple of run-rule victories Friday at home against Canton-Galva. The final score in both games was 15-0. The first game went […]

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HHS track wins 4 golds at Halstead

HHS track wins 4 golds at Halstead

Taylor Vogt launches the shot put at the Conrad Nightingale Invitational at Halstead Friday. She earned fifth place with a throw of 34 feet, 3 inches. The Hillsboro track and field team came away from its first big meet of the season Friday with four gold medals at the Conrad Night?ingale Invitational at Halstead. Competing in a strong south wind, […]

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Sontag takes third at Trojan tourney

Sontag takes third at Trojan tourney

Ty Carey competes against Dieckhoff of Wichita Trinity in his opening match. He lost 8-0 and went 1-1 in pool play before losing to teammate Leo Sontag in the third place match. Playing with a revamped format, Hillsboro?s Leo Sontag defeated his own teammate, Ty Carey, to place third in No. 2 singles at the seven-school Trojan Invita?tional last Tuesday. […]

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Reunion is soon upon us

The Hills?boro High All-School Reunion is next month, May 24. But don?t be fooled, next month is tomorrow. I plan to send in our money to our committee treasurer Cynthia Fleming this week. I just finished printing the window pictures for the classes of 1944, 1954, 1964 (that?s us), 1974 and 1984 from the pdf files of the yearbooks I […]

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Dahl accident draws response around Kansas

Dahl accident draws response around Kansas

Dahl Local and state leaders responded with condolences to news of the death of Hills?boro resident and former Kansas House representative Don Dahl, 69, in an ultra-light aircraft accident Friday just a few miles from his hometown. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, Dahl was flying northbound at a low altitude about 1:45 p.m. when the aircraft hit a tree […]

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Former local state representative killed in plane crash

Former local state representative killed in plane crash

Former Kansas Representative Don Dahl, 69, of Hillsboro was killed Friday afternoon in Marion County after the ultra-light aircraft he was flying crashed near a pond about two miles south and one-half mile west of Hillsboro on 170th Road. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, Dahl was flying northbound at a low altitude about 1:45 p.m. when the aircraft hit […]

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