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Goessel gridders aim for progress

Goessel gridders aim for progress

The Goessel football team will rely on these seniors and returning letter-winners for leadership this season: front row (from left)?Chase Flaming, Josh Schmidt, Matt Regier, Trevor Beisel, Miguel Guerrero; (back row)?Kenny Hammond, Jordan Griffin, Dakota Nolte, Jordan Schmucker, Luke Unruh. Janae Rempel / Free Press The Goessel football team aims to rebound after a one-win season a year ago. Competing […]

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Summer of progress

? Hillsboro?s season of visible and significant projects demonstrates a formula for rural success. With Vogts-Parga Construction nearing the end of the first phase of the Safe Routes to School project, and with the concrete exit and entrance lanes poured by Hett Construction of Marion along U.S. 56 High?way 56 in the final days of curing, Hills?boro?s summer of special […]

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Safety-related projects progress as the start of school approaches

Safety-related projects progress as the start of school approaches

  Workers from Hett Construction of Marion prepare Friday to pour concrete on the south side of U.S. Highway 56 at Adams Street for the addition of exit and entrance lanes. Similar lanes on the north side of the highway are already complete. The $335,285 project, funded entirely by the Kansas Department of Transportation, is expected to enhance the safety […]

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Safe Routes to School shows concrete progress

Safe Routes to School shows concrete progress

Workers for Vogts-Parga Construction were pouring curbing in the 600 block of East A St. last week, the first leg in the $250,000 Safe Routes to School project, which features a 6-foot sidewalk from Hillsboro Elementary School on the side of town to near Trinity Mennonite Church on the west side of town. Don Ratzlaff / Free Press Workers for […]

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Tabor?s tennis teams making progress in KCAC

Tabor?s tennis teams making progress in KCAC

The Tabor College women?s tennis team includes the following athletes: (from left) Becky Faber, Jessica Emoto, Celeste Worthy, Lindsey Stroud, Heidi Klaassen, Kiana Fujioka. Not pictured: Krista Schmidt.Janae Rempel / Free Press With a mix of returning and new talent, the Tabor College tennis teams are ready to tackle a new spring season under the guidance of third-year coach John […]

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A few bumps on the road to progress

A few bumps on the road to progress

The 12 middle school participants in the second annual Hillsboro Youth Adventure shared a pizza meal with Hillsboro Mayor Delores Dalke. ?I think it was fun for everybody, but I think they also learned a whole lot about the city and what makes it work,? Dalke said of the all-day event. Free Press file photo Mayor Delores Dalke acknowledges that […]

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USD 410 board hears of playground progress

USD 410 board hears of playground progress

Hillsboro Elementary School principal Evan Yoder reviews plans for the proposed school farm during the Dec. 8 USD 410 school board meeting. The project hit a speed bump the following Thursday when the Hillsboro Planning Committee tabled action on a conditional-use permit because of resident concerns. See story, Page 1. Aleen Ratzlaff / Free Press USD 410 building administrators gave […]

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