10 YEARS AGO
august 13, 2011
Park rangers Kyle Manwaring and Traci Robb, summer ranger Jake Riley, Kansas Department and Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism natural resources officer Marvin Peterson, and Marion County deputy sheriff Mike Ottensmeier were recognized Aug. 3 by the Army Corps of Engineers for rescuing four boaters at the reservoir in April and May.
Centre High School students Jasmin Abdel Ghany, Tom Oborny, Genesis Rudolph, Ellie Miller, Shelby Makovec and Superintendent/Principal Jerri Kemble are pictured as they admire laptop computers distributed to every high school student this week for use throughout the year.
Hannaford Abstract & Title Company, Inc. president Roger W. Hannaford III has been elected president of the Kansas Land Title Association. Hannaford is the fourth generation of the family to serve as president of the company.
Clay Simons of Lincolnville has begun a fundraising effort to send furniture from Lincolnville United Methodist Church to a church in Zimbabwe.
The Lincolnville church closed in May and it was suggested the altar be sent to the home church of the Rev. Kennedy Mukwindidza, former minister at the Lincolnville church and Valley United Methodist Church in Marion.
Adam Kelsey of Newton won the 5-kilometer “Mothers of Preschoolers Run for Your Momma” half-marathon Saturday at Marion County Park and Lake in a time of 18:15. Becki Yoder of Peabody was the fastest woman with a time of 22:45. A total of 143 runners participated.
Pictured are saxophonists of the Fort Riley Army Band as they play during the free concert at the lake Saturday.
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