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march 9, 1994

A $100 cash reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who are guilty of vandalism of the memorial gaslights in Central Park. The latest inspection of the Nature Trail found 24 mantles broken, 28 glass panes missing, and one complete light fixture ripped away and gone.

Florence Middle School students Morgan Hett, Angie Moore, and Bailey Skiles served as pages for Sen. Don Steffes March 8 and are pictured as they visited Gov. Joan Finney in her office in the statehouse

Msgr. Arthur Tonne is Amy Smith’s choice this week as the subject of her continuing articles about persons who “made a difference” in the area. Ordained into priesthood in 1932, Msgr. Tonne retired in 1991, just short of his 60th anniversary as a priest.

Hillsboro Airport authorities have chosen Alfred E. Schroeder Field as the official airport name. Schroeder was declared missing in action while flying with the Navy in World War II.

Florence Middle School eighth grade team of Reggie Conyers, Dominic Voelker, Tony Leeds, Nick Kraus, and Nathan Collett won the Cottonwood Valley Junior League Scholars’ Bowl Thursday, defeating Eureka 60-5 for the championship.

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