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  • Weather delays pool openings

    Manhattan Parks and Recreation is delaying the opening of the city’s pools because of current water temperatures and the weekend weather forecast. City Park Pool and Northview Pool will open Monday instead of Saturday. CiCo Pool is scheduled to .

  • Regents waiting on Legislature before discussing tuition

    The Kansas Board of Regents is holding off discussing tuition or fee increases at Kansas State University or other public universities because of an unresolved proposal in the Legislature to freeze tuition for the next two years. At a Wednesday .

  • Board votes to raise book, materials fees

    The Manhattan-Ogden school board is a step closer to raising fees for student materials and textbooks next year. In a 6-1 vote Wednesday, the board approved on first reading a recommendation to raise fees for classroom materials and textbook rentals. .

  • Strong freshmen class boosts Indians Soccer1.phatch

    There are many reasons the Manhattan girls’ soccer team is in its fourth straight regional final. For one, senior goalkeeper Molly Fiser has given up just 12 goals all year. But, offensively, the Indians are just as prolific, and it’s .

  • Regester reports increase in money from mortgage fees

    Money from mortgage registration fees is surging at the Riley County Register of Deeds office this year, despite a change to state law that has reduced the amount required to file a mortgage. “For the first time in a long .

  • Indians lose at Olathe regional

    Facing No. 2 seed Olathe North on Wednesday afternoon in its regional opener, the seventh-seeded Manhattan High softball team had an uphill battle if it was going to get through to the regional final. The Indians struggled and the Eagles cruised .

  • Rock Creek softball wins regional

    The Rock Creek softball team punched its ticket to the Class 4A D-II state tournament on Tuesday, beating Santa Fe Trail and Royal Valley to win a regional tournament in Flush. Rock Creek opened with Santa Fe Trail and the .

  • Lawmakers reject the best solution

    The lengths that Kansas legislators will go to offset a roughly $400 million budget shortfall while protecting the income tax cuts they approved in 2012 and 2013 are nothing short of amazing. The Kansas Senate, for example, is considering a bill that, among .

  • EPA approach will hurt Kansans

    As the president of the Southern Christian Leader-ship Conference (SCLC), I frequently travel throughout the United States. And in my journeys, I’m quite often struck by the fact that so many families are struggling to find financial security. I .

  • BRANDON CRUBEL

    Brandon James Crubel, 28, a longtime Manhattan resident, died Tuesday, May 19, 2015, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, as the result of an accident. Brandon was born Oct. 14, 1986, in Manhattan. Complete obituary and service information will be announced later by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home..

  • ROBERT “BOB” JOSEPH LADA

    Robert “Bob” Joseph Lada, 65, of Wamego, died Tuesday, May 19, 2015, at his home surrounded by loved ones. The family provided the following information. He was born Sept. 16, 1949, in Seneca, to George A. Lada and Betty Quinn Roach. Robert was raised by .

  • EVELYN KORBE

    Evelyn Korbe, 86, of Munjor, died Tuesday, May 19, 2015, at her home. She was born Oct. 29, 1928, on the family farm near St. Peter. She was the daughter of Jacob J. and Marcianna (Rohleder) Gerstner.  She graduated from Hays High School in 1947. .





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