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    Morgan Ann Miller, 31, of Wamego died Wednesday, June 10, 2015, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital in Lawrence. The funeral home declned to provide the cause of death. On June 10, 1984, Morgan was born to Earl and Cheryl (Gehrt) Buttenhoff in Topeka. Morgan graduated in .

  • Prosperity becomes more distant

    Kansans are left with countless images, many of them conflicting, from the 23-day overtime session of the 2015 Kansas Legislature, which ended Friday when the Senate approved the largest tax increase in state history. Most memorable — and perhaps most pivotal — was .

  • Trans-Pacific Partnership would hurt U.S. workers

    Is President Obama’s push for passage of the bill on the Trans-Pacific Partnership good for the workers of the United States of America? I say “No.” If passed, 40 percent the globe could be involved. Many nations have hourly wages .

  • K-State women finish in Top 10

    EUGENE, Ore. — Kim Williamson and the Kansas State track and field women capped off a stellar showing at the NCAA Division-I Outdoor Track and Field Championships late Saturday with Williamson taking second in the high jump and the women tying .

  • Marlins wrap up Little Apple Invite Swm8.mercury

    With rain looming in the forecast all weekend, the Manhattan Marlins were able to start and finish their annual Little Apple Invitational over the weekend without issues at the City Park pool. The meet, which included 15 teams and more than 200 .

  • Wildcat high jumpers earn honorable mention

    EUGENE, Ore. — Nate Gipson and Christoff Bryan finished 18th and 23rd, respectively, in the men’s high jump this past weekend. Two of seven freshmen competing in the event, Gipson cleared 6-11.50 and Bryan cleared 6-09.75 to each earn All-American .

  • Moxie go 1-3 at Topeka tournament

    The Manhattan Optimist Moxie went 1-3 in this past weekend’s tournament in Topeka. In the opening pool play game, the Moxie faced NCK Adrenaline, losing 18-1. Alexis Wilson went 2 for 2 and Jessica Kildow had the only other single in .

  • Sweet Heat plays in Topeka

    The Manhattan Optimist 12-and-under Sweet Heat softball team traveled to Topeka for the Ken Berry USSSA tournament this past weekend.  They started play against the Pink Lightning, losing 6-1. The Sweet Heat were tied with the Pink Lightning through .

  • Riley County Attorney’s Office Calendar

    Monday, June 15, 2015 9:00- BKD 9:00 Baker, Dominick Status (15 CR 100 Poss MJ & DP) BCF III 9:00 Bennett, Glenn Status (15 CR 185 Battery) JJC III 9:00 Booher, Ronnie Status (13 CR 55 Dom Batt – 2nd) JJC III 9:00 Brownlee, Brandie SENTENCING (15 CR 112 Consp. To Commit Theft) BKD III 9:00 .

  • Parade of homes, winemaking class, Jazz in June Plan.your.week1  medium1

    SUNDAY Flint Hills Area Builders Association Parade of Homes, 1-4 p.m. Sunday. Free and open to the public. For information, visit     MONDAY   Move and Groove Toddler Storytime, 9:30 a.m. and Baby Rhyme Time, 11 a.m. .

  • Woman, 3 children taken to hospital after blaze in Riley

    An explosion at a Riley house caused a fire Saturday afternoon that engulfed the structure. Pat Collins, Riley County emergency management director, said the estimated loss is $125,000 including a car parked in the house’s garage at 228 N. High St. .

  • MHS, MCC grad stars in Coke ad

    An actor from Manhattan hopes a Coca Cola commercial helps his dreams come true in Los Angeles. Glenn Davis, a 2005 graduate of Manhattan High School and 2009 graduate of Manhattan Christian College, acted in a Coca Cola commercial released last week .


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