10 YEARS AGO
january 7, 2009
Marion City Council approved a conditional use permit Friday morning to allow Auto House Towing and Recovery Service of Galva to open a business at Marion Business Park.
Marion High School’s wrestler Dillon Wildin (12-0) is still undefeated and ranked number one in the state in the 104-pound 1-3A weight class.
Kingfisher Steakhouse & Lounge has been unoccupied for more than a year. It will be auctioned Jan. 14 in a sheriff’s sale because of mortgage foreclosure.
City employees Frank Werner and Travis Schafers are pictured as they take down city Christmas decorations Friday from light poles near Central Park.
The four man bowling team of Willard Glasgow of Hillsboro, Wilbert Backhus of Tampa, and Kenny Rindt and Jim Wyattt, both of Marion, were notified Dec. 20 that they had won the 28th annual Kansas State Senior Open Handicap Bowling Tournament played in October at Royal Crest lanes in Lawrence.
Despite freezing temperatures and a brisk north wind, several hundred people attended the 10th annual New Year’s Eve Ball Drop between Marion City Library and Cooperative Grain & Supply.
Last modified Jan. 10, 2019