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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, July 29, 2015

County fair needs community support Another Marion County Fair is in the books. I have been entering in the fair for over 20 years?ever since we moved to this area. Usually I am really excited to see all the exhibits, but this year the entries were down. I am sure there are many reasons for the decline?maybe the economy? I […]

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Church organizing food program for kids

? Financial support key for summer launch. Trinity Mennonite Church has decided that feeding the hungry should begin with the children living in the Hillsboro area this summer. The congregation has taken on the goal of organizing a community-wide ?Summer Food 4 Kids? program from May 25 through Aug. 14. ?There are over 200 children in the Hillsboro school district […]

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President says thanks for support

Tabor College President Jules Glanzer expressed gratitude during the annual President?s Dinner Friday for the generosity of every donor who has contributed to the Signature Campaign. ?During the past couple of years, during this campaign, we have received gifts now from a dollar to $2 million,? Glanzer said. ?We?ve received goats, we?ve received corn and grain and land and cash […]

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Schools achieve despite more funding challenges

Schools achieve despite more funding challenges

Evan Ollenburger, a member of the 2014 graduating class, shows some of the projects created on the 3D printer used in the Hillsboro High School technology department. Even with ongoing budget cuts due to declining enrollment and state funding reductions, USD 410 Super?inten?dent Steve Noble believes the district did a good job of protecting classroom learning and student activities from […]

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Holiday lights a reminder of friends’ support

The holidays are upon us and, as is typical with the last gasps of fall?s balmy days having come to a close, our neighborhood is alight with outdoor activities that are much more pleasant in warmer temperatures. The least of which is certainly not decorating the outside of one?s home for Christmas. With the predicted forecast for a cold front […]

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