What should 2013's top story be?

I would like to see a headline that reads, ‘Population increase shrinks real estate listings.’”

— Larry Andres, Peabody

I would like to see all the violence stop. There needs to be an emphasis on teaching the children right and wrong at home again.

— Eugene Just, Hillsboro

I would like to see an artist’ directory established that would list all the different art forms and who is doing what out there.

— Trenton Ciero, 17, Marion

Rain!

— Jeanie Funk, Hillsboro

My choice would be a headline that said ‘Baker Buildings project completed’ or ‘Last empty downtown building attracts new business.’

— Fred Saenz, Peabody

I want to see gas prices go down, but there is probably not much hope for that with the current president we elected.

— Emily Huffman, Hillsboro

I want to see more recipes in the newspaper. I would like a kids’ cooking section.

— Javen Ciero, 8, Marion

New businesses in town.

— Macky Taylor, Marion

‘Marion County resident wins million-dollar raffle.’ I’d just like to see somebody here win something that big.

— Donna Rosiere, Florence

Marion County population starting to grow at a rapid pace.

— Roger Hannaford, Marion

I’d like to see some positive things, positive news.

— Mike Regnier, Marion

No more dogs allowed in the house on cold evenings, ever. All cats need to protest with me by refusing to get off the kitchen table.

— Frodo the cat,
translated by Jennifer Stultz

We need to have more recognition for the good work police men do for us.

— Joshua Ciero, 10, Marion

The best local headline I can think of is ‘1967 PHS grad and former resident wins Kansas Lottery.’

— Paul Richmond, Lenexa
formerly of Peabody

Best headline would be a Marion County squirrel-catching contest that I win.

— Thomas Ciero, 12, Marion

Oh, I don’t know, maybe rain would be nice.

— Arianna Ciero, 14, Marion

Best headline would be a Marion County squirrel-catching contest that I win.

— Thomas Ciero, 12, Marion

The best local headline I can think of is ‘1967 PHS grad and former resident wins Kansas Lottery.’

Marion County population starting to grow at a rapid pace.

— Roger Hannaford, Marion

I want to see more recipes in the newspaper. I would like a kids’ cooking section.

— Javen Ciero, 8, Marion

New businesses in town.

— Macky Taylor, Marion

‘Marion County resident wins million-dollar raffle.’ I’d just like to see somebody here win something that big.

— Donna Rosiere, Florence

Marion County population starting to grow at a rapid pace.

— Roger Hannaford, Marion

I want to see gas prices go down, but there is probably not much hope for that with the current president we elected.

— Emily Huffman, Hillsboro

I want to see more recipes in the newspaper. I would like a kids’ cooking section.

— Javen Ciero, 8, Marion

New businesses in town.

— Macky Taylor, Marion

‘Marion County resident wins million-dollar raffle.’ I’d just like to see somebody here win something that big.

— Donna Rosiere, Florence

Marion County population starting to grow at a rapid pace.

— Roger Hannaford, Marion

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