Tickets are still available for the 10th-annual Promenade on Poyntz on Thursday. Twelve downtown businesses will serve as stops where participants can sample a variety of wine and food. Each business will feature a red and white wine selection paired with light hors d’oeuvres.
When the Manhattan High boys’ soccer team is at its best, it possesses the ball most of the game and has at least twice as many scoring chances as its opponent. The Indians were not at their best Tuesday night against Hayden at Bishop Stadium,
Bill Snyder turned 75 years old on Tuesday and probably stayed up pretty late last night. No, it wasn’t because the longtime Kansas State coach was out partying or even blowing out three-quarters of a century’s worth of candles into the early morning hours.
Manhattan head volleyball coach Lisa Kinderknecht knew her team would face a tough test in its final match of the night at the Washburn Rural quadrangular Tuesday night. After a pair of wins against Emporia (25-12, 25-23) and Highland Park (25-4, 25-8), the Indians dug
Vice President Joe Biden’s angry reaction to former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta’s new book — and particularly Mr. Panetta’s criticism of the president — was predictable. But the vice president has a valid point. There is something unseemly about former presidential advisers writing
To the Editor: Thank you for the recent article recognizing one of Manhattan’s all-time great citizens. C. Clyde Jones and his wife, Midge, have been committed to the well being of our community and those living here throughout their lives in Manhattan. Compassionate, caring
To the Editor: Sydney Carlin works hard as our leader in the House of Representatives. She always wants to hear our concerns and opinions before taking action. Sydney is involved with many community organizations and events; she continues to demonstrate her concerns about our community
To the Editor: Sydney Carlin is running unopposed for her seventh term in the Kansas House or Representatives. Sydney’s supporters know that if they stay home on Nov. 4, they will miss the opportunity to help repair the damage done by our representatives in Kansas
William “Bill” B. Owens, 93, of Wamego died Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014, at his residence. He was born in Wamego on Nov. 22, 1920, in his family’s home at 7th and Maple, to Alva Earl and Sarah (Domeny) Owens. He attended school in Wamego and graduated in 1938. He was
Carter Hugh Alford, 91, of Manhattan, died Monday, Oct. 6, 2014, at the Stoneybrook Retirement Community in Manhattan. He was born on Dec. 28, 1922, in Clarksburg, Ind. He was the only son of Hazel (Gillespie) and Earl Alford. Hugh attended schools in Clarksburg. He entered the armed service in
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