• Resolving to break snooze-button addiction Bethany047cut.phatch

    I’ve always heard how being a morning person is beneficial to pretty much every aspect of life. Morning people get a jump on their days, are more productive and because they are perfect, also workout before going to their .

  • Pet store owner aims to breed rare reptiles, amphibians

    Dave Karnowski has a lot of rodents. The rats and mice live in the back room, mostly, and they really stink up the joint, which means Karnowski is constantly cleaning. But it’s worth the trouble, because he sells them .

  • ‘Shrek’ auditions, water safari, Rhythm and Brews

    SUNDAY Riley County Fair, through Monday. For a complete list of activities, visit rileycountyfair.com.   McCain Performance Series Super Saver Sunday Open House, 1 p.m. Check out the 2015-2016 series and order tickets. Get 10% some shows. For information, visit .

  • Edler takes steer wrestling title Edler.mercury

    Jacob D. Edler competed at the Kaw Valley Rodeo last year, so he knew what he was up against sitting in the chutes during the steer wrestling portion of Saturday’s finale performance of the Kaw Valley Rodeo at Wells .

  • Kanon captures postwar East Berlin in new novel

    Berlin in January 1949 was a city in ruins, divided up by the victors in World War II. It was no place for the faint of heart; the war, the brutal Soviet occupation and starvation had taken their toll. The Berlin .

  • ‘Foggy Sunrise’ author describes World War II Romania

    In this beautifully crafted memoir, David Kimel describes his childhood growing up in Bucharest, Romania, during the lean and fearful times of World War II. He provides vivid snapshots of a time and place that he experienced firsthand, supported throughout .

  • A promising summer reading list for adults Marcia.allen1

    We all know that Harper Lee’s “Go Set a Watchman” is the book to read this summer. We’ve seen the reviews, both good and bad, that make the title very tempting, and the high number of requests at .

  • Brooks explores the role of virtue in modern society

    Anyone who creates a LinkedIn profile will encounter a “Skills and Endorsements” section where the user is asked to list those abilities he would consider most useful in a professional environment. In today’s world of rising higher education costs .

  • AIB International hires client development VP

    David G. Fliss has been named AIB International’s vice president for client development. He will assume this role immediately, having served in an interim position since April and previously as AIB’s director of client development beginning in September 2014. .

  • Farmers has new area agency owner

    Farmers Insurance announced that David Keeling is the new agency owner in Clay Center. Keeling brings more than 27 years in the insurance industry. Farmers Insurance Group of Companies is a leading U.S. insurer of automobiles, homes and small businesses. .

  • Via Christi hires physical therapist

    Via Christi Hospital hired Abbey Clark as a physical therapist. Clark will see patients at the Via Christi Therapy Centers on Seth Child Road and Anderson Avenue. Clark graduated from Kansas State University in 2010 with her Bachelor of Arts and .

  • The Fridge hires wine buyer

    The Fridge Wholesale Liquor in Manhattan hired Keith Spreckels as its wine buyer and key account manager. Spreckels is a Certified Specialist of Wine, a recognition earned from the Society of Wine Educators. Spreckels worked two years in premier Italian .


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