• Counties partner to improve care for moms, babies

    Competitors are getting together for the sake of better prenatal care in Riley and Geary counties. Delivering Change: Healthy Moms-Healthy Babies program, which originated in Geary County in July, officially expanded Tuesday into Riley County. The program will unite the .

  • Awful ‘Get Hard’ is not even weird funny G.w.clift1

    Moviegoers need to know that the new film “Get Hard” was directed by Etan Cohen, not by Ethan Coen, who helped his brother Joel give us “Fargo,” “O, Brother Where Art Thou,” “The Big Lebowski,” and the re-make of “True .

  • Budget panel considers up to $4 million in cuts

    USD 383 is one step closer to making budget cuts between $2 million and $4 million. The district’s Budget Advisory Steering Committee met for the first time Tuesday, and reviewed recommendations for cuts from a 60-member committee comprising community members, teachers and .

  • First-graders go whole hog in Ag Week lesson Ag.phatch

    Some Amanda Arnold Elementary School first-graders got their hands dirty and learned about agriculture Wednesday morning at Kansas State University’s Weber Hall arena.   The first-graders learned about pigs, crops and cows, among other agriculture-related topics for the university’s .

  • Enright looking for turnaround in first year B8.42014.mhssb.thaemert.phatch

    Monty Enright has been around Manhattan High softball from the program’s very beginning in the late 1980s. Now he has the opportunity to lead it. Enright, who took over for Scott Mall last summer, will make his varsity head-coaching .

  • Change hurts public university students

    Disdain for education at all levels in Kansas in some quarters of the Kansas Legislature is as misguided as it is counterproductive. This session alone it’s taking a toll both on public school districts, most of whose funding is .

  • Weber named new Wamego football coach

    Wamego has named the next leader of its football program. The school has hired Lee Weber to be its next head football coach after former coach Dale Burkholder retired following last season. Weber has been a head coach for 16 years — .

  • K-State, Iowa State research childhood obesity program

    Researchers from Kansas State University and Iowa State University are using a $2.8 million grant to research a school-based program that combats childhood obesity. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced last month that the grant had been awarded to evaluate a program .

  • MHS tennis opens season at Rural

    With a loaded team of upperclassmen, Manhattan High boys’ tennis coach Joyce Allen used Tuesday’s season opening tournament at Washburn Rural to gauge the talents of several players outside of the returning group with state tournament experience. Of the .

  • STEPHEN E. WHITE

    Stephen (Steve) E. White, 67, of Manhattan, died Saturday, March 21, 2015, at the Via Christi Village in Manhattan. The family provided some of the following information. He was born on April 15, 1947, in Frankfort, Kentucky. Dr. White was a professor of geography and .

  • ELDON SLAGLE

    Eldon Slagle, 94, died Wednesday, April 1, 2015, at the Stoneybrook Retirement Community in Manhattan. He was born May 12, 1920, in Ness County, the son of Vern and Ivy (Prose) Slagle. Memorial service information and a complete obituary are pending and will be released .

  • MARY L. GNADT

    Mary Louise Gnadt, 86, of Alma, died Monday, March 30, 2015, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. She was born Dec. 18, 1928, in McFarland, the daughter of Milton and Maggie Bennett Scott. Mary Lou was the organist for Trinity Lutheran Church for .





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