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As Airen Fay (left), Violet Klein (right), and other Hillsboro Elementary School students look on, Denton Bernhardt tosses corn to a hungry chicken Friday as part of the regular round of educational morning chores on the school's miniature farm. A different group of students gather with recycling bins each school day outside the office of Principal Evan Yoder, who serves as both supervisor and teacher.
All that was missing at the Hillsboro baseball complex Friday was Goessel. Marion took on Hillsboro, bolstered by players from Centre and Peabody-Burns, respectively. Hillsboro pitcher Austin Cross looks back at first base from the dust trail of his stolen base in the eigth inning of a 2-2 tie. Cross collected the 3-2 win when he scored on the next play.s Hillsboro prevailed 3-2. The Trojans were not so fortunate in the nightcap, falling 12-2.
Bruce Jost runs with his daughter, Ella, during Saturday's "Running through Traffic" run. The run, sponsored by Tabor College's social justice club, was to help raise awareness for the issue of human trafficking throughout the world.
Rex Rosenberg of Great Bend exhibited his Art Car Sunday in Peabody at the Cruise event downtown. Rosenberg covered a 1995 Subaru sedan with more than 100 pounds of teeth and dental products. Rosenberg has taken his car to Art Car shows and parades all over the country since he hit the road with his car "Chewbaru" in 2006.