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The Marion High School track was completed by Track Renovations fewer than 24 hours prior to the start of the Heart of America Track Meet, which was Friday. Marion christened its new track with a league championship for the boys in front of the home fans. The girls also fared well, placing third.
Dr. Tim McVay began seeing patients last week at St. Luke Medical Clinic.
Marion High School graduating seniors Kaylie Waner, left, Jacob Baldwin, and Samantha Davies received recognition for their academic achievements. Waner and Baldwin were salutatorians and Davies was class valedictorian.
Brad Stone, front, and Bryce Shults competed for the Marion Warriors in the hurdles events. Stone was fourth on the team in scoring with a second place finish in the 300-meter hurdles and a third place finish in the 110 hurdles. The Warrior boys won the league title with 105 total points. The girls team finished third. It was the first event at Marion's resurfaced track.