One of the most difficult things about dealing with the Russians is that they tend to see everything as a zero-sum game. Furthermore, in many ways they are still captive to mind set of the Cold War. By that, I mean everything we
TEMPE, Ariz. — Daniel Sams may have played his last game at quarterback. The Kansas State sophomore accounted for 23 yards of total offense in the Wildcats’ 31-14 victory over Michigan Saturday night in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl at Sun Devil Stadium. Sams’ bowl performance marks
Monday, December 30, 2013 9:00 – NO APPEARANCES 10:30 - JJC 10:30 Havens, Brian Arraignment (13 CR 646 Agg Endangering a Child x 4) KSL I 10:30 Havens, Brain Arr. (13 CR 644 Fprgery X 1) BKD I 10:30 Joyner, Danny Status (08 TR 2302 DWS [2nd], Fail to Secure Load) JWG I 10:30 Nicholson, Damian Arraignment (13 CR 625 Felony Theft x2,
Monday, December 23, 2013 9:00 – JJC 9:00 Busch, Monte SENTENCING (13 CR 581 Battery) JJC III 9:00 Kleymann, Jeffrey Status (13 TR 2979 DUI [1st]) JWG III 9:00 Leonard, Denzel SENTENCING (13 CR 342 Dom Batt) JJC III 9:00 Murry, Christopher SENTENCING (13 CR 169 Agg. Assault) BKD III 9:00 Vinson, Eric Status (13 TR 2843 DUI [1st], Fail. To Rep. Veh.
Q: There are so many major construction projects going on in Manhattan. Comparing the multistory steel frameworks, however, makes one curious. In particular, the new NBAF building and the South Fourth Street project have beams and girders that one might find in a fort. They
The Flint Hills Discovery Center recently received an $8,725 humanities and heritage grant from the Kansas Humanities Council. Discovery center officials said that the funds will be used to create the second installment in the FORCES! Series, titled “Flint Hills Forces: The Shaping of Manhattan, Fort
Sales tax revenues in Manhattan broke $10 million for the year — again. “This year’s total sales tax collections were just under last year’s record pace,” said city finance director Bernie Hayen. “It was a good year notwithstanding those ups and downs.” This year’s
There normally isn’t much you can learn from a swimming pool, except to come up for air when your lungs suggest it’s time. In the case of how the public can push government toward its own interests, however, there actually are some lessons
Dean Austin Henneberg, 90, of Belvue, died Tuesday at his home surrounded by his family. The family provided some of the following information. Dean was born in rural Pottawatomie County on the family farm near Wheaton on April 22, 1923. He was the son of Louis W. and
Bill Rencin, 83, of Hanover, died on Thursday at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, in Lincoln, Neb. Arrangements are pending at Terry-Christie Funeral Home in Waterville.
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