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March 3, 1993

A second public hearing will be held March 15 on the proposed $269,000 project to make Marion County Courthouse fully accessible to the elderly and disabled,

Carrie Soukup of Goessel, is winner of the 1993 Marion County Spelling Bee. Brian Smith of Peabody was first runner-up and Diana Koslowsky of Hillsboro Middle School, was awarded the Maude Thompson Plaque for third place.

Marion Chamber of Commerce ambassadors Sally Hannaford and Violet Richmond are pictured as they present Karen Regnier with a welcome plaque in recognition of her new business, the Hair Parlor.

Terry Vinduska and Denice Bina won the right, Tuesday, to compete in the April 6 general election for a seat on the Centre Unified School District Board of Education.

Theron Nienstedt, a senior at Marion High School, is pictured as he signs a letter of intent to play football at Highland Community College.

Reports from Topeka indicate strong support for Carla Stovall to seek the Republican nomination for Kansas Attorney General.

Troy Schmidt, son of Robert and Bonnie Schmidt, has been working for the past two and one-half weeks in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Schmidt, who is employed by Motorola-Nortel, is installing cell sites for cellular phones.

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