10 YEARS AGO
november 30, 2011
A small business consultant from the Emporia State University Kansas Small Business Development Center will be at Butler Community College in Marion Dec 14 to meet with individuals wishing to discuss issues concerning an existing business or starting a new one. The consulting service is free of charge.
Marion City Library has organized Christmas home tours for Sunday in Marion, with four Marion homes to be on display. The tours will include the homes of Jerry and Lenore Wheeler, Bub and Linda Lovelady, Jay and Cheryl Christensen, and Lucas and Mattie King.
Marion High School Warrior wrestlers are pictured on the front page as they scramble to build a pyramid Tuesday as the final stunt in the annual Winter Jam dance competition at Marion Sports and Aquatics Center. The wrestlers emerged victorious over the boys and girls teams as they participated in silly games. Each team gave a short exhibition as a prelude to season-opening contests.
Top quality meat goats need effective guardian dogs. Mesa Merrell and her family at the Dunagan farm southwest of Hillsboro, raise both. Mesa is pictured with one of the dogs that are part Great Pyrenees, Anatolian Shepherd, and Irish Wolfhound. Most goats are sold as breeding stock
Author Marci Penner of Inman gave a presentation Tuesday at Marion City Library about her book, “Wonders of Kansas Guidebook.” Penner says “the goal of the project is to show that Kansas has a lot to offer: we’re not dull, flat, and boring.”
Last modified Nov. 25, 2021