When I first heard that the local icon — Hibachi Hut — was closing its doors and giving the keys to a chain restaurant, I was less than pleased. I really hate to see any local restaurant get replaced by a chain, but I heard good things
It’s become almost unpatriotic in this country to challenge the notion of American exceptionalism. We not only claim it — insist on it — but many of us want the world to know we’re better than anyone else at just about everything. Except, it seems,
The Capitol Federal Foundation, Topeka, has made a $1 million gift to support the new building for the College of Business Administration at Kansas State University. The proposed new building plan has 140,000 square feet of space featuring tiered classrooms, a large showcase lecture hall, computer labs,
While Salina police were searching for him in connection with injuries to his girlfriend’s son that led to the boy’s death, Antonio Brown of Salina was ordering pizza, according to a Salina Journal report. Brown, 29, is facing a child abuse and first-degree murder
William “Bill” Wareham, 79, died Saturday in Austin, Texas, with his family by his side. Life for Bill began in 1934 in Manhattan where he, along with his younger siblings Bud “Ralph” of Wichita Falls and Jim “James” of Overland Park, all attended Manhattan High School and
Richard Finn, 80, of Manhattan, died Monday at Stoneybrook Retirement Community in Manhattan. He was born on Aug. 11, 1933, in Manhattan. Additional obituary information and service times will be announced later by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home.
A public remembrance service for Karen Rappoport will be held this Saturday, October 5, at 1 pm in the KSU Alumni Center ballroom. All who knew Karen are encouraged to attend and share their memories of her in a celebration of her life, career, and community involvement.
Rachel (Irene) Phillips, 99, formerly of Manhattan, died Sunday in Prescott, Ariz. Irene was born on Sept. 2, 1914, in Manhattan. She was the daughter of Louis G. and Ester F. (Dale) Davis. She was a retired civil service employee. In 1932 she married Roy C. Ellis.&
For much of the season, Kelsey McCarthy hasn’t played up to her capabilities for the Manhattan High girls’ golf team. On Monday in Topeka, that all changed. With renewed confidence, the junior shot an 84 to finish in fifth place at the Centennial League meet
For a variety of scheduling reasons, the Manhattan High girls’ tennis team hadn’t been tested against true top-level competition entering Monday’s trip to Emporia. Facing off against Olathe East, Washburn Rural, Emporia and Wichita Southeast, the Indians got their chance. In the five-team
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