Compiled from newspaper files
10 YEARS AGO
July 14, 201
William Least Heat-Moon will talk about and preview his new documentary film, “Return to PrairyErth” July 24 at Pioneer Bluffs Ranch barn one mile north of Matfield Green in Chase County.
Centre USD 397 received approval Friday from the Kansas State Board of Education to begin offering online study to students anywhere in Kansas this fall.
Librarian Janet Marler is pictured as she reads “Marley and the Kittens” to children during the final session of this summer’s story time at Marion City Library.
Marion swim team won the Mid-Kansas Swim League Saturday. Coach Rod Garman told his team members they could kick him off the high dive board if they won. He is pictured as swimmer Zach Hammond does just that.
Centre High School graduate Amanda Baxa has begun clinical training at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, a requirement to receive a medical doctor degree.
Sara Pohlman of Peabody and her granddaughters Eva and Maggie of South Carolina are pictured as they select eggs at Marilyn Jones’ stand Saturday at Doyle Valley Farmers Market in Peabody.
Last modified July 15, 2020