What do a famous game show host, a man wearing purple pants, a Texas A&M booster and a room full of diehard TV fans have in common? They were all in attendance Sunday night for “The Price is Right Live.” The stage show
Kenneth Leroy Edwards, 83, of St. George, died Saturday at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. He was a long-time resident of the area. Kenny was born Nov. 8, 1929, in Winfield. He was the son of Virgil and Eva Robinson Edwards. He was raised on the family
Charles Samuel (Chuck) Herr, 84, of Manhattan, died October 2. Chuck was born in Dallas Center, Iowa on June 2, 1929, the son of the late Albert H. and Vivian Frances (Miller) Herr. On June 15, 1956, in Manhattan at the First United Methodist Church, he was united in marriage to
Dolores Shehi, 87, died on Saturday at the Stoneybrook Retirement Community in Manhattan. She was born on March 9, 1926 in Winfield. She was the daughter of Harvey “Bill” Ponton and Dorothy Mary (Salley) Ponton. Complete obituary and service information is pending and will be announced by the
Jerry L. Rood, 61, of Leonardville, died Sunday at his residence. Arrangements are pending with the Anderes-Pfeifley Funeral Home in Riley.
Deborah Lea Harken, 50, of Wamego, died Sunday at Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. Services are pending with Irvin-Parkview Funeral Home. For additional information please visit http://www.irvinparkview.com.
You can call it backup quarterback syndrome, or maybe it’s just the human nature that surrounds wanting most what you inevitably can’t have. But as the Kansas State football team has limped to a 2-3 start, with two of those losses coming by
When Angel Rodriguez transferred in April, the Kansas State men’s basketball team was put in a pretty tough place. The Wildcats had no point guard in line for the 2013-14 season, having pinned their hopes on having Rodriguez, one of the top point guards
Sure, zombies want to eat your flesh, but some of them are still softies at heart. Aggieville was invaded by a pack of 37 zombies and survivors — plus one zombie dog — during the third annual Zombie Walk for Hunger on Saturday. Participants donated canned goods to
Antonio Brown has been convicted of first-degree murder and other charges in the death of 14-month old Clayden Urbanek, according to reports in the Salina Journal. The trial was moved to Riley County earlier this month due to the intense media coverage the case
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