Helen Ann Marten, 89, of Wheaton died Saturday at a Topeka hospital as a result of a stroke. She was a life-long member of the area. Helen married Lloyd Marten in 1943. He proceeded her in death in 2005. Helen was a homemaker and farm wife. She is
James Christopher “Chris” Gaume of Manhattan died at his residence on April 11. Chris was born in Manhattan on Jan. 11, 1971, to J.L. and Sara Gaume. He graduated from Manhattan High in 1991 and attended Kansas State University. Chris is survived by his daughter, Alissa Garcia Alvarez,
A graveside service with military honors for Richard F. McFadden, who died April 3, will be held at the Riley County Cemetery, Riley, on April 19 at 2 p.m. All friends are welcome to attend.
Facing off against the Class 4A defending state champion Hayden Wildcats in a doubleheader at Norvell Field, Manhattan High baseball coach Don Hess knew his team was in for a battle. But two dominant complete-game pitching performances by Henry de Noble and Jesse Steinbring left
After battling tough weather conditions last week at Washburn Rural, the Manhattan High track and field teams traveled back to Topeka for Friday’s Topeka Relays at Hummer Sports Park in near-perfect weather conditions. The Manhattan boys won with a team score of 130, while the
After losing the first game of a road doubleheader at Hayden by seven runs, the Manhattan High softball team dug deep and hung with Hayden into extra innings of Game 2 before ultimately losing 3-2. Manhattan lost the first game 9-2, then dropped the second game
Playing their second straight game against top-level competition, the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team fell on the road at Blue Valley-Stilwell, 3-0, Saturday afternoon. On a blustery day in suburban Kansas City, the Indians held off Blue Valley for a half playing with the wind,
Facing some of the toughest competition it will see all year, the Manhattan High swimming and diving team held its own at the Olathe Invitational Friday evening. The Indians finished sixth in the team standings and logged 11 top-12 finishes, including top-10 marks in each of
Advocates of improved and expanded recreational facilities heard at least a little of what they hoped for last week during a Manhattan City Commission work session. No, commissioners didn’t set a date to break ground on a multipurpose indoor structure or new athletic fields.
To the Editor: I read Roger Seymour’s letter in Wednesday night’s paper with some interest. Although his note was lengthy note, Mr. Seymour left out a few things. First of all, “The Board of Elections was careful to say they don’t have
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