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Marion baseball No. 1 seed in Class 3A regional

The Marion baseball team is the No. 1 seed in the Class 3A regional tournament the Warriors will host Monday and Tuesday. Marion enters the tournament with a 19-1 record and will have a first-round bye. The Warriors will face the winner of No. 4 Wichita Collegiate (11-9) and No. 5 Halstead (10-10) in a semifinal matchup Tuesday at 2 […]

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Marion FFA leads ?Ag Awareness Day?

The Marion/Florence FFA Chapter hosted its annual FFA Ag Awareness Day Friday at the Marion football stadium. The chapter invited the third graders from Marion and Hillsboro elementary schools. About 90 students participated in the event. FFA members organized and presented rotational sessions about farming practices involving agricultural equipment, safety and animal agriculture. FFA members making presentations were: Sean Buchanan […]

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Free shooting clinic for youth offered May 31

Area youth are invited to attend a free trap shooting, air rifle and archery shooting clinic Saturday, May 31, at the Marion Wildlife Area at Marion Reservoir?s French Creek Cove. Sponsored by Marion County Quail Forever, the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism and the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, the ?Scott O?Dell Outdoor Youth Day? will provide participants […]

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Daily Life

Art exhibit display at Hillsboro library An exhibit of local artists is on display at the Hillsboro Public Library through the month of May. The artists are from Letty Enns painting group. The painting classes are from October through May, and the artwork is in medium of pencil, oil or watercolors. Artists featured include Billy Kuesser, Joan Heinrichs, Teresa Rammers, […]

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Warriors clinch share of HOA title

Warriors clinch share of HOA title

MHSbsbEllSalineTaylorHeidebrecht The Marion baseball team rolled through doubleheaders at Bennington and Ell-Saline last week, wrapping up league play with an 11-1 record to clinch a portion of the Heart of America league title for the first time in program history. The Warrior bats were hot over the three-day span, combining for a total of 60 hits, including 24 doubles and […]

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Marion boys win Hesston meet

Marion boys win Hesston meet

James Jones shows the form that earned him third place in the long jump at Hesston with a distance of 19 feet, 9 inches. Jones placed second in the triple jump (40-11) to help the Marion boys win the meet with 119 points. The Marion track and field team put up a strong performance at the Hesston Relays Thursday. Aided […]

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MHS?softball splits with Inman

MHS?softball splits with Inman

Reann Hamm throws to first during Game 1 against Inman Friday. Marion lost a close game, 9-8, before winning the nightcap, 10-6. The Marion softball team split a doubleheader with Inman Friday. In Game 1, Marion trailed 9-2 heading into the final inning. But the Warriors continued to battle, using a Bailey Robson single and seven walks to score six […]

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Jacobson, Palic anchor MHS track

The Marion track and field team competed Friday at Beloit, where the Warriors got a preview of six schools they will face at the Phillips?burg regional meet later this month. ?We had a good day against some very fine competition,??coach Grant Thierolf said. ?It was good to see where we stack up against some of the better teams in the […]

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New mayor and council members take office oath

New mayor and council members take office oath

City of Marion Attorney Susan Robson administers the office for Todd Heit?schmidt as the new mayor of Marion during the April 14 city council meeting. Heitschmidt defeated incumbent Mary Olson in the April election. Almost two weeks after the municipal elections, the city of Marion had a swearing-in ceremony at the council meeting?April 14 for its new mayor, new city […]

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Hague leads Warrior effort at Newton

The Warrior golf team competed at Newton Thursday. ?The team didn?t do as well as before, but I still believe they are improving,??coach Jim Pohlman said. ?We had wind, cold, rain, and the wind with sun. It was hard especially for beginning players. I am still very proud of them.? Jared Hague led the effort with an 18-hole score of […]

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