10 YEARS AGO
march 15, 2005
Hail fell throughout eastern Kansas Sunday morning. Golf ball-size hailstones pictured on the front page were collected northwest of Lincolnville. There was no wind and no damage reported from the storm.
Marion High School students will present “Buccaneer Billy and Luxurious Lily Friday and Saturday at the city auditorium. Main cast members are Rachel Davidson, Jordan Timm, Bret Billings, Tedra Eis, Riley Ross, Isaac Guetersloh, Michael Brookens, and Luke Bowers.
Marion native Cindy (Heerey) Henning has been promoted to vice president of Allens, Gibbs & Houlik, L.C., a CPA and advisory firm. A graduate of Marion High School and Emporia State University, she is the daughter of Charles and Virginia Heerey of Marion.
Seniors Toni Gordon, Allie Maddox, and Megan Hudson of the girls’ team and juniors Jason and Travis Hett are Marion High School athletes named to the all-league Mid-Central Activities Association teams.
Junior Girl Scout Troop #58 of Marion requested and received permission from the city to make improvements and be caretakers of Ann’s Park, located at Roosevelt and Kellison streets. Members of the troop are Cara Martin, Cassandra McPhail, Emily Cyr, Corey Shields, Erin Meierhoff, and Monica Spachek.