10 YEARS AGO
september 28, 2005
Marion County Commission heard preliminary cost estimates Monday for a new law enforcement center. The estimates are from $8 to $10 million dollars. The center would provide much needed space for probation and parole officers and the county attorney.
It wouldn’t be Old Settlers Day without games in the park. Kids of all ages lined up Saturday to participate in sack races, three-legged races, a dash, wheelbarrow race and the world-champion egg throw. Allie Molleker and Cassie Meyer are pictured as they struggle to hold on to their sack and cross the finish line during the three-legged race. The girls placed second in the K-under division.
Cross-country runner Danielle Cope, junior at Marion High School, is this week’s Marion County Record Athlete of the Week.
Zimmerman’s Deli and Coffee Shop is open for business at 125 E. Main, Marion. Two friends, Ida French and Kimberly Teesdale, offer fresh, made-to-order deli sandwiches, salads, and hot and cold beverages.
Marion High School students recently recognized for scholastic achievement at the KU Honors Banquet in McPherson were Casey Nelson, Adrienne Chamberland, Misti Richmond, and Rachel Davidson.
Trinity Lutheran Church in Ramona will celebrate its 100th anniversary Oct. 9.