John Lee Eichman, 61, of Wamego, died Saturday in Wamego. The family provided some of the following information. John was born Aug. 3, 1952 in Topeka. He was the son of Wilfred Henry “Ike” and Ruth (Julien) Eichman. He attended schools in Wamego, graduating from Wamego High School
Kenneth Bishop, 47, of Blue Rapids, died on Sunday, due to a motorcycle accident. The family provided some of the following information. Kenny was born June 23, 1966, in Marysville, to Shirley E. (Anderson) and Robert L. “Bob” Bishop. He graduated from Valley Heights High School in 1984,
Brian Regan, one of the premier comedians in the country, will perform at 7:30 pm Monday, November 11, in Kansas State University’s McCain Auditorium. Regan’s shows combine clean jokes with his physicality and sophisticated writing style to make for a performance that attracts fans across
The St Thomas Boys Choir of Leipzig, a tradition-rich choir dedicated to the legacy of Johann Sebastian Bach, will perform at 7:30 pm Wednesday, November 6, at the First United Methodist Church, 612 Poyntz Ave., Manhattan. The event is part of Kansas State University’s McCain Performance Series.
Football coaches work long hours and often have to deal with lofty, sometimes unrealistic expectations. It’s a ‘what have you done for me lately,’ kind of profession, and the brutal hours that come with it are almost necessary to stay ahead of the game.
LAWRENCE — I’ll be honest — I don’t consider myself all that knowledgeable when it comes to the sport of cross country. But I know dominance when I see it. Saturday at Rim Rock Farm, I saw it. The Manhattan High boys’ cross country team
On Sunday, Pat Hazell performed in Forum Hall of the Kansas State University Student Union. Part stand-up comedy, part multimedia presentation, “The Wonderbread Years” recalls the trials of growing up from the perspective of a baby boomer. The stage was set with a rocking chair,
Anytime Fitness is once again living up to its name. The gym reopened late Friday after company lawyers agreed on a deal with the state concerning back taxes. The Kansas Department of Revenue had seized the business assets of the chain’s Manhattan and Newton
No, a transfer of power in state parks would not hinder Kansans’ freedom to fish. At least state officials don’t think so. After a proposal by Gov. Sam Brownback to shift some responsibilities running state parks from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Property owners have petitioned the city to help fund a fence as a result of the K-18 improvements abutting their properties. City commissioners will hear the petition during their legislative session Tuesday at 7 p.m. at City Hall — along with several other agenda items. Since
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