Post Tagged with: "winter"

Slow cooker sausage soup finds missing link

I hate winter. I know hate is a strong term, but in this case, it?s exactly how I feel about the cold and the ice and the snow. Don?t get me wrong, I like seeing snow on the trees out the window while sitting in front of a roaring fire as much as the next person, but because I inevitably […]

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Deaths

? hilda o. voth buller, 100, a piano teacher, school dietitian and volunteer at Hillsboro Et Cetera Shop, formerly of Lehigh, died Aug. 28 at Goessel. A graveside service is at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 15, at Alexanderwohl Mennonite Church Cemetery. A memorial service will follow at 11 a.m. at Alexan?derwohl Mennonite Church near Goessel. Visitation with the family was […]

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Winter a good time to upgrade garage doors

Winter a good time to upgrade garage doors

At first thought, the dead of winter may not seem to be the optimum time to replace your garage door. In fact, quite the opposite is true: frigid temperatures and brisk winds readily prove the need to upgrade your garage door from an older non-insulated version to a modern, energy efficient garage door. The garage door is generally the largest […]

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Cauliflower soup is good for more winter

If you missed it, let me fill you in on one of the current health-food crazes sweeping the Internet: cauliflower. Food blogs and Pinterest boards will yield recipes for everything from mashed cauliflower that the author swears your kids will think is mashed potatoes to baked cauliflower pizza crusts. I?d read enough posts extolling me that I wouldn?t be able […]

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Kaylie Waner and Adam Janzen chosen as Warrior winter royalty

Kaylie Waner and Adam Janzen chosen as Warrior winter royalty

Newly named Marion High School homecoming queen Kaylie Waner takes the crown from Tysen McMillen in preparation for placing it upon the head of King Adam Janzen during the crowning ceremony last Tuesday between the Warriors? girls? and boys? games against Remington. Miran Stephenson and Madison Stephen also were candidates for queen, while Bret Voth and Seth Snelling joined Janzen […]

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What I did over winter ?ache?

?What did you do over break?? Those are the first words I?ve heard from almost every person I talk to at school after coming back from winter break. While other students have exciting stories about snowboarding and traveling, my answer usually draws a collective ?aw? of pity from my audience: I got my wisdom teeth out. It?s hard to make […]

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Warm up with this ‘spud’tacular soup

Here?s a current event you don?t need the newspaper to report for you: it?s stinkin? cold outside! Winter finally decided to rear its ugly head, and I?m not all that excited. The only nice thing about cold weather for me is that I can fire up my oven and heat up the house, and I?m actually happy about it. If […]

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Marion County sees first snowfall of the winter

Marion County sees first snowfall of the winter

The first snow of the winter season, about 4 to 5 inches deep, prompted Ella Unger, 22 months old, to help her father, Matt (kneeling), and uncle Andy Thursday afternoon build a snowman near the intersection of D and Adams streets in Hillsboro. Excited to contribute, Ella patted handfuls of snow on her snowman?s midsection. Earlier, Ella?s mother, Erika, and […]

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Prepare your car for the official arrival of winter

Prepare your car for the official arrival of winter

Preparing your car for harsh winter temperatures before they strike is a great way to ensure your vehicle will be able to handle the year’s coldest months. Both new and old cars need maintenance during this season. Following the car care tips below will help to keep your vehicle running at its peak from now until spring. ? Check the […]

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