There are times when the new movie comedy “We’re the Millers” seems like a film forty or fifty years old, but with conversational cursing inserted as joke lines. And remember, we’ve already been through a stretch of Hollywood history when movies would include
Manhattan is a busy place, and with the onset of the school year, it’s about to become a lot busier for many area families. That doesn’t mean, however, that residents won’t find time for recreation or to pursue other personal interests. As
To the Editor: I enjoyed Bill Felber’s Off the Beat column in the Sunday, August 11, newspaper for several reasons.
Aggieville is known as a place where K-State students party. For nearly a year, it’s also been a place where a K-State student has operated his business with fellow students. Alex Philip, a computer engineering major at K-State, is the owner, manager and technician
Riley County commissioners moved forward Monday on design plans for a $5.4 million upgrade to McDowell Creek Road. But it may still be some time before work on the project actually begins. Commissioners acted after listening to Shilling Asphalt owners Mike and Doug Shilling about potential
The terms of the contract for USD 383 teachers have officially been agreed upon. The USD 383 school board held a special meeting Monday, where board members unanimously approved it. Teachers ratified the deal during a vote last week. District administration and the Manhattan-Ogden chapter of the
Christine Hallie Filson, 90, formerly of Shreveport, Louisiana, died Saturday, August 10, 2013 at Deseret Health and Rehab in Onaga.
Jill Marie Peterson, 43, Wamego, died Saturday, Aug. 10, 2013 at her home surrounded by her family.
Bernice K Johnson, 93, Manhattan, died Sunday, August 11, 2013 at the Via Christi Village in Manhattan.
Louise Spain, 69, of Manhattan died Sunday at the Mercy Regional Health Center.
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