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The Hesston Record
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Hesston, KS 67062
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July 12, 2018 Hesston RecordJuly 12, 2018 Hesston Record

Hesston Public Library Celebrates 80 Years Of Evolution

Posted 6/20/2018

Hesston Public Library has a long history of women who have invested their time and talent s to keeping the doors open and books circulating and accessable to the Hesston community. 

The Hesston Record reached out to four former and current HPL Directors - Marianne Eichelberger, Chris Buller, Cari Cusick and current director Libby Albers for their thoughts on how the library has evolved over its 80 years in the community. 

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Record Seeks Information On Roadside Memorials

Posted 6/20/2018

HARVEY COUNTY—Roadside memorials are markers placed to remember a loved one, usually taken abruptly in a motor vehicle accident.

The Harvey County Independent and Hesston Record are beginning an effort to chart and recognize these memorials, identifying them, mapping them, and finding the story behind them. If you know of a memorial in Harvey County please let us know the location so we can include it. Call the Independent at 316-835-2235 or the Hesston Record at 620-327-4831.

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Local Students Honored for Exceptional Academic Success

Posted 6/20/2018

DURHAM, North Carolina Danielle Erb, Devin Miller, Avery Nuce and Sam Unzicker, all whom just completed seventh grade at Hesston Middle, were among the students honored by the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) for their exceptional scores on the ACT. 

Devin and Sam, along with their parents, Mark and Wendy Miller and Tom and Andrea Unzicker, attended the recognition ceremony at the University of Kansas on May 8, 2018.   

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A Drive Down Memory Lane

Posted 6/20/2018

EACH year, Schowalter Villa treats its residents to a day of nostalgia wit hteh Fathers Day Car Show. Makes and models of all kinds roll into the Schowalter Villa parking lot for residents to enjoy and reminisce about adventures and road trips taken in vehicles ranging from Model Ts to vintage muscle cars. In addition to cars, trucks and this year, one vintage delivery van, tractors and farm equipment are also part of the show. Many residents recall summers spent in the drivers seat of tractors during innumerable harvests and chores. 

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