Triple-board certified cosmetic surgeon, Dr. David A. Hendrick, has opened an office in Manhattan at Grand Mere Plaza. He is based out of Salina. Hendrick is currently accepting new patients at the office, Allure Sergical Arts. He specializes in breast surgery, Vasar liposuction, eyelid surgery,
This is the time of the year to dream and hope for a better world. Gardening using our best known practices can help. I like to forget about climate change and all the other troubles for a moment. Dreaming about plants consumes some of
So what’s in store? No, I don’t mean what is coming up soon. I mean, what is inside the store? Today we’ll learn about a community which lost its only local grocery store, only to get it back through its community
WICHITA — The Kansas State men’s basketball team recorded another December signature win on Saturday. One year after beating Florida in Kansas City, the Wildcats defeated Gonzaga, 72-62, in the Wichita Wildcat Classic at Intrust Bank Arena in Wichita. Marcus Foster and Thomas Gipson led
The executive board of the Greater Manhattan Community Foundation has promoted Vern Henricks president and CEO, and promoted Marla Brandon to vice president of finance. Henricks has served as CEO since starting with the Foundation in February. Henricks earned both his bachelor’s and master’
Manhattan had two goals for the first portion of the season, which ended with Friday night’s 66-35 win over Emporia. Finish the first semester undefeated at home? Check. Stay undefeated into the Christmas break? Check. With nearly three weeks before their next game, the
The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team rebounded from its first loss of the season to beat the Emporia Spartans 66-40 in a game that was never close. From the opening tip, the Indians took control, leading 17-8 after the first quarter and 34-12 by halftime.
He rode into town under the cover of darkness, bringing with him a “Peace Offering on the Blue.” Tom Ford, designer of new sculpture gracing the Fourth and Bluemont roundabout that was installed on Thursday, is no stranger to Manhattan — or to Kansas’ western heritage.
University faculty and staff members around the state are likely to become wary of social media use. The Kansas Board of Regents unanimously passed a policy Wednesday that gave universities the authority to suspend, dismiss or fire employees — tenured or otherwise — due to improper use
To the Editor, In last Friday’s Mercury, an article was printed from the Minneapolis Star-Tribune which described the problem of the “Sunday night blues,” and bemoaned the loss of rest, connection, and contentment which Sundays now represent to many people. Could these significant losses
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