To The Editor: The WW II Veterans of Meadowlark Hills would like to go on record in support of renovating and modernizing Peace Memorial Auditorium, its stage and balcony— instead of using it for government offices.
Kealan Brodie German, 32, died August 11, in Wamego, where he was living with his family.
Esther Riechers Thompson, 87, died Sunday at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
Monica Tadtman-Heidrick, age 89, of Manhattan, died Wednesday August 21, 2013 at the Stoneybrook Assisted Living Center in Manhattan. She was born on August 15, 1924.
A USD 383 board member issued a public apology Wednesday to faculty members at College Hill Preschool for the condition of the facility. The apology, by board member Dave Colburn, came during the board’s review of a facility study by BG Consultants, which found that
A Fort Riley soldier accused of murder took the stand in Riley County District Court Thursday, acknowledging he fired his M4 rifle toward a clubhouse but saying he did not know that one of the bullets killed Frederick Beverly, a 21-year-old National Guardsman, in the
The office manager for a Manhattan physician charged earlier this year with illegally prescribing pain medications has also been indicted by federal authorities. U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom announced the indictment Wednesday of Sarah Harding-Huffine, 29. She is charged with one count of conspiracy to unlawfully
Manhattan High’s graduates once again outperformed the state and national averages on the ACT. Data for the 2012-13 senior class was released Wednesday, and USD 383 officials said MHS seniors had an average composite score of 23.1. That was a slight increase from the school’s 22.9
The USD 383 school board finalized its 2013-14 budget Wednesday. The $94 million budget contains a 52.464 mill levy, an increase of 2.019 mills from last year. Factoring in average valuation changes, the average homeowner will face an increase of property taxes from about $997 to about $1,070. A business property
Riley County commissioners refinanced the county debt Thursday, an action they believe will save taxpayers around $69,000. County officials opened three bids for the refinance proposal, the lowest coming from Country Club Bank of Kansas City. The interest rate was 2.28 percent. Other bidders were UMB, 2.293 percent,
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