• ‘Mockingjay’ review showed writer’s ignorance, conceit

    To the Editor: I am disappointed in the Dec. 3 review of “Mockingjay Part 1” by G.W. Clift. Having read all three “Hunger Games” books and seen the first two movies, I was drawn in by the headline that this movie .

  • Treatment of McCulloh reflects ‘hick town mentality’

    To the Editor: Wow! Is the Little Apple’s face red! All these years, we have trusted Karen McCulloh’s intelligence and integrity and have twice elected her to our City Commission, where she has served as our mayor. Our .

  • Cats survive Cardinals’ hot shooting Ksuwbb22.phatch

    When Kansas State rushed to schedule William Jewell last week, the Wildcats probably didn’t expect they would have to claw out a victory against the Division-II Cardinals. But that’s exactly what K-State had to do Monday night against .

  • K-State still looking to develop Ksuwbb2.phatch

    After a 3-3 start to the season, the Kansas State men’s basketball team talked about replicating what they did a year ago, running the table in December and sustaining some of that success entering into the Big 12 schedule. But .

  • Wildcats place six on AP All-Big 12

    Led by first-team members B.J. Finney and Tyler Lockett, Kansas State placed six players on the Associated Press All-Big 12 teams, the organization announced Monday. In addition to Finney and Lockett, the Wildcats’ second-team members included offensive lineman Cody Whitehair, .

  • Parks update on agenda

    The Manhattan City Commission will receive an update Tuesday on the Parks and Recreation strategic facilities improvement plan. The work session starts at 5 p.m. at City Hall. The commission and Parks and Recreation Advisory Board will review citizen comments .

  • Mission to Haiti let physical therapist see a different side of medicine Neighbor3.phatch

    Laura Berryhill always wanted to be an EMT or a paramedic, but life took her down a different medical route. Now she works as a physical therapist. Berryhill experienced a different side of the medical field when she spent four .

  • Free flu shots for uninsured

    The county is offering free flu shots for uninsured adults. Riley County Health Department officials told county commissioners Monday morning that it has received 40 doses of influenza vaccine, which will be available to uninsured adults 19 years of age and older .

  • Riley teen killed in car accident

    One 17-year-old boy was killed and another 17-year-old boy was injured early Sunday in a single vehicle wreck on Anderson Avenue near Keats. Wyatt Howe, Riley, was injured after he lost control of the 1998 Chevrolet Camaro he was driving west .

  • Pott County may buy former medical clinic

    Pottawatomie County Commissioners indicated their interest Monday in purchasing the former Westmoreland Medical Clinic. After hearing a brief report on the building’s air quality from Jim Moore, president of Farmers State Bank, Westmoreland, commissioners asked Robert Reece, county administrator, .

  • Competency motion granted in murder case

    A motion filed in Pottawatomie County District Court to determine the competency of Christopher Michael Arand to stand trial for murder has been granted. District Judge Jeff Elder granted the motion filed Nov. 19, by Richard Lake, Arand’s state-appointed defense .

  • Does Orion test bring Mars closer?

    The launch Friday of the Orion space capsule was exciting — and, like most launches, spectacular — but after the recent setbacks by two private companies, NASA’s test was also something of a relief. For some Americans, the test launch of .


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