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Wing’s signs put Marion and others on the map

Wing’s signs put Marion  and others on the map

By Julie Traynor Correspondent   Very few folks are lucky enough to be born with an amazing talent. And many never find the work meant for them. But, if anyone was…

Dog trainer to kick off 20th Century club’s season

By Randy Johnston The Twentieth Century Club will hold its kickoff meeting for the 2016 season at 1 p.m. on Monday, May 9 in the community room of the Marion Pubic Library. In keeping…

DeHates ask Marion for Farmer’s Market

DeHates ask Marion for Farmer’s Market

By John Raffel Correspondent The Marion Village Council listened at its Monday monthly meeting to a presentation on having a farmers market this summer. “They’re supposed to bring some details…

Marion announces 3rd quarter honor roll

By John Raffel Correspondent Danielle Prielipp, the academic, college and career readiness teacher at Marion has released the junior and senior high school’s honor roll for the third quarter. Seniors…

Evart to be site of state-of-art potash plant

Evart to be site of state-of-art potash plant

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent “Osceola County is sitting in a sustainable place unlike anywhere else in the United States,” said Theodore Pagano, interviewed at his Colorado office Tuesday. Pagano is corporate…

Amish board asks for EMS discount

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Osceola County Emergency Medical Services will be devising a policy that offers a discount whenever a fee for an ambulance emergency or hospital transport is paid…

I’m Not Fond of Presidential Candidates

Editors Note: Ted Cruz suspended his campaign after this column was written, paving the way for Donald Trump’s nomination. Here’ my two cents concerning the candidates for the most significant…

Still Nailing It

As we all know, Marion’s roots are deep in the lumbering business. We owe our founding to the business of turning trees into boards. Marion’s early buildings were constructed of…

Mothers and Memories

Mother’s Day moves most of us into long range memory mode. Childhood events come to mind, racing then through the years with stops at pleasant places and learning times with…

What’s Cooking?

Being the fact that I injured my hip, I did not go to North Carolina in April as planned but will be going this month and will be sure to…