Francis “Toad” Harland, 91, of Marysville, and formerly of Frankfort, died Wednesday at Cambridge Place in Marysville. A funeral service was held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, at the First Presbyterian Church in Frankfort. The Rev. Marilyn Sweet and Gary Phillips officiated. Burial was in the Frankfort
Brenda Sue Arnett, 64, died Monday at Stormont-Vail Hospital in Topeka. Brenda was a resident of St. George for the past 9 years. The family provided some of the following information. Brenda was born Aug. 20, 1949 in Toledo, Ohio. She met her future husband, Dale, while they were
John Frank Werner, 94, died Wednesdsay at Great Bend Regional Hospital in Great Bend. The family provided some of the following information. He was born Aug. 27, 1919 in Odin to John Baptist & Regina Philomena (Schmidt) Werner. He married Leona Lauren Ambers on Oct. 5, 1952 at Viking Lutheran
Maxine Friederich, 88, of Green, died Thursday at the Clay County Medical Center in Clay Center. Funeral services are pending with the Anderes-Pfeifley Funeral Home in Riley.
Sgt. Robert Olp took a knee beside his third-grade son, Richard, at a laptop station in the Ogden library. They worked their way through various country presentations Thursday as a part of Ogden Elementary School’s multicultural-themed family night. Olp attended family night along with
PAXICO — Eighteen accidents on Interstate 70 Friday morning shut down a 14-mile stretch of the highway for several hours. The Kansas Highway Patrol closed a segment of the interstate between mile markers 322 and 336 near the Wabaunsee County line close to the exit for Paxico. The area
Q: I read something about the city government supposedly having a “debt limit.” Is that true? What’s so magic about a certain number?
We don’t pretend to know what’s going on in North Korea, but we’ll bet a lot of folks in the ruling family are looking over their shoulders. Their anxiety is understandable if, as is being reported, Kim Jong Un has had his
In the 1946 Frank Capra classic, “It’s a Wonderful Life,” small-town banker George Bailey discovers what a disaster the town of Bedford Falls would have become were it not for his 40-year presence as a decent, generous, selfless individual. It’s a timeless, romantic story,
A retired U.S. Air Force colonel who died in 2012 has provided a $5 million gift to Kansas State University through his trust. The bequest from former Manhattan resident Wayne McIntosh will benefit construction of the university Welcome Center and multicultural initiatives. McIntosh was a native
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