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My Three Forbidden Words

When Bill Hawks was sixty four years old, he accepted a call to be a missionary to Kenya, East Africa, even though accepting that call hadn’t been part of his…

What’s Cooking?

With the canning season here, I have a couple of recipes that are easy and will be great in the coming year…. CORN  RELISH  from Arlene Marschik 9    med. ears corn…

Life is worth living!

Life is worth living!

At the Healing Private Wounds Center we talk a lot about PTSD.  PTSD are the initials for post-traumatic stress disorder. PTSD is a type of anxiety disorder developed from exposure…

Library hosts writers open mic

Library hosts writers open mic

By Randy Johnston On Saturday, August 6, from noon to 2 p.m. the Marion Public Library is sponsoring a special event, Marion Open Mic, featuring writers from Marion and surrounding communities. The public…

Softball tourney ongoing during Old Fashion Days

By John Raffel Correspondent A popular attraction returns to the Marion Days celebration with the annual softball tournament at Veterans Park. It starts on Saturday morning, Aug. 6. Rita Moggo…

Police search for person who stole from veterans

Police search for person who stole from veterans

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Sheriff John Wilson said, “It’s sad that someone would do something like this to our Veterans after all they have done in fighting for our country…

Birch Valley to host golf scramble

By John Raffel Correspondent The Marion Days Golf Scramble returns on Saturday Aug. 6 at Birch Valley Golf Course on the intersection of M-66 and U.S. 10. Jeff Wilson is…

Great Granddaughter Visits

Great Granddaughter Visits

Aunt Coral Reed (above), who lives in Leslie and is 86 years young had a special visit recently. Her grand nice Amy Simons of Marion stopped by and brought Reeds…

Non-stop busy schedule has volleyball team improving

Non-stop busy schedule has volleyball team improving

By John Raffel Correspondent Marion head volleyball coach Brook Pollington and her players have had a very busy summer. “We’ve been doing a lot,” she said. “We’ve been really busy.”…

Club keeps Marion cross country runners busy

By John Raffel Correspondent Marion cross country coach Jason Keeler has had a unique summer. “We’ve been holding Summer Run Club runs twice a week on a completely voluntary basis,”…