25 years ago
0ctober 21, 1987
Tourist buses are now stopping in the Marion area, thanks to the efforts of Bob and Kathy Sprowls, owners of Kingfisher’s Inn at Marion County Lake. The Sprowls sent 79 invitations to groups to tour the area. Three groups have already taken a tour through a regional bus line. The tourist route includes stops at Kingfisher’s for lunch, Copper Shed, Flint Hills Clay Works, Flint Hills Gold, and Country Charm. Optional stops include Central Park, Marion Historical Museum, Marion Mini-Mall, and the Adobe House Museum in Hillsboro.
Mary Margaret Mills was crowned queen and Jason Bina named king during homecoming festivities Friday at Warrior Stadium.
Corky Siebert was one of the performers featured at the Kansas Farm Bureau Arena during the Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson
Charles Schmidtberger, area supervisor for the Kansas Fish and Game Commission, was the featured speaker Monday at the regular meeting of Marion Kiwanis Club.
Four Marion retail stores have been approved as agents to sell tickets for the Kansas Lottery. When the lottery begins, the local sellers will be Brose Liquor Store, Dave’s IGA, Stop’N Shop, and Cardie’s Corner.
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