Nathalee (Nat) Rose Roth, 81, died Friday, Dec. 26, 2014, in Wichita. The family provided some of the following information. She was born in Wichita in 1933. Nat grew up on a farm in Trego County. She married her high school sweetheart, Milton, in 1952 .


    Raydon H. Robel, 72, of Manhattan, died Sunday, Dec. 28, 2014, at the Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. He was born Feb. 7, 1942, in Great Bend. Complete obituary and service information will be announced later by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home, 1616 Poyntz Avenue, Manhattan, .

  • Songs, setting different in familiar new ‘Annie’ G.w.clift1

    There are a couple of things new in the latest re-make of the musical “Annie.” The important one has to do with the way the songs are mixed. Most of the songs from the 1977 play have made it to the .

  • Tigers slip past K-State at buzzer

    The final three seconds were right out of a Hollywood script. With Kansas State leading 56-52, Texas Southern’s Tonnie Collier launched a 3-pointer and was fouled by Wildcat point guard Jevon Thomas with three seconds left in the game. .

  • Mueller grows into team leader

    Ryan Mueller could’ve taken the easy road, but he wanted more. With a selection of smaller schools on the Leawood native’s radar, he chose to walk-on at Kansas State. Four years later, he’s the first K-State defensive .

  • KSU women aim to extend win streak

    The countdown to Big 12 play is in full swing for the Kansas State women’s basketball team. But first the Wildcats have to cross one more hurdle in the Samford Bulldogs, who visit Manhattan Tuesday night for K-State’s final .

  • Adventure camp, New Year’s Eve parties and more

    MONDAY Flint Hills Discovery Center Adventure Camp: Small World After All, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Learn all about the microscopic organisms that live throughout the Flint Hills. Pre-registration is required. For ages 8-12. Visit http://www.cityofmhk.com/ecommerce .

  • Finney looking to leave legacy at K-State Finneycolor.phatch

    In a program that preaches consistency and constant improvement, Kansas State center B.J. Finney was a natural fit from the very beginning. Coaches and teammates laud the senior for both his leadership abilities and his talent as a blocker, .

  • K-State hosts pesky Texas Southern

    For those waiting to see Kansas State play Texas A&M on TV last Saturday, the first few minutes were interrupted by the Wildcats’ next opponent. While the Aggies and Wildcats were underway, Texas Southern was taking No. 25 Michigan .

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    There’s only one way to celebrate winter during a virtually snow-less December in Manhattan — ice skating safely inside. Hundreds of people laced up their skates Saturday at the Manhattan indoor rink at the GTM Sportswear Family Center in City .

  • Awareness, testing key to limiting concussions

    More parents than ever are nervous about concussions when they send their kids out to play high school sports. Area coaches and administrators say that’s not a bad thing. “Legitimate concern is the right attitude,” said Mike Marsh, athletic .

  • New committees on tap for some area lawmakers

    Some area lawmakers will have new duties when the Kansas Legislature convenes on Jan. 12. Republican Rep. Tom Phillips, Manhattan, of the 67th District will sit on four committees this session with two of them being new to the representative. His .


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