Sunflower Bank has hired Michael Hammersmith as a wealth management adviser. He will be serving prospective and current clients in the Junction City, Lawrence, Manhattan, Topeka, and Leeton, Mo., areas. Hammersmith earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration, with a dual major in marketing
The KSU Foundation recently hired Jenna Harmison as development officer for annual giving and the 1863 Circle. A native of White City, Harmison most recently worked with Jack Morton Worldwide, an experiential and brand marketing agency, servicing their client, General Motors. She also worked with Meeting
At St. Marys, the Mustangs dominated St. Marys from start to finish, leading 47-5 at halftime in a game that was never close. Individual scoring was not available. Rock Creek (14-2, 8-0 Mid-East) travels to Chapman on Tuesday.
Rockhill Chiropractic and Acupuncture added Amy E. Penrod-Filby. Originally from Garden City, Filby earned her bachelor’s degree in life sciences from Kansas State University in 2005 before heading to Kansas City to attend Cleveland Chiropractic College where she earned her doctorate in chiropractic, graduating
At Wetmore, the Mustangs continued its strong season with a comfortable win on the road over Twin-Valley League foe Wetmore. Game information was not available. Charles Musil scored 13 points for Valley Heights, with Derek Trimble adding 12. Valley Heights (15-2, 10-1 Twin-Valley) is off Tuesday before
Hold’em Fence Company plans to move from its current location north of Alta Vista to the Morris County Industrial Park in Council Grove in order to better manufacture and serve the company’s growing list of clients. The Hold’em Fence Company manufactures turnkey-constructed
At Alma, the Falcons played Wabaunsee even the whole night except for a second quarter where the Chargers outscored Riley County 15-6. Brice Brummett led all scorers with 21 points, with Trace Nelson adding 11. Riley County (4-12, 1-7 Mid-East) hosts Council Grove on Tuedsay.
At Hanover, the Wildcats played Hanover close all night, going into halftime tied and trailing by two in the third quarter before coming up short in the end. Abra Shirley and Arianna Martin led Frankfort with seven points each. Frankfort (4-12, 3-7 Twin-Valley) takes Tuesday
At Hanover, the Wildcats used a strong second quarter to take an eight-point lead to halftime, but stumbled in the fourth quarter, getting outscored 30-9 in the final period to fall on the road. Lucas Adams led Frankfort with 16 points, with Brett Kenworthy chipping in 14
At Abilene, the Red Raiders took a 20-point lead to halftime and kept pouring it on the second half, routing Abilene to stay unbeaten. Lanie Page led Wamego with 18 points, with Allison Seufert chipping in 13. Wamego (16-0, 6-0 NCKL) hosts Clay Center on Tuesday.
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