Grace V. Graham, 75, of Manhattan died Monday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. She was born on July 23, 1938, in Graham County in western Kansas, the daughter of Cecil and Bernice (James) O’Dell. She had been a Manhattan resident for the past 40 years.
A cement truck driver was flown by Life Star helicopter to a Topeka hospital Monday after suffering serious injuries when his truck rolled onto its side in the 6200 block of Anderson Avenue. Riley County police and emergency officials responded to the accident at about 12:12 p.
There was a decent amount of fanfare when Deante Burton made the choice to stay at home and play football for Kansas State. Burton came to K-State at a time when Chris Harper was on his way out, playing his final year before heading to
LUBBOCK, Texas — The Kansas State baseball team allowed six Texas Tech runs in the first inning and never recovered, losing 11-7 on Sunday in the series finale at Rip Griffin Park. Sunday’s loss marked the first time K-State has been swept by Texas Tech (28
LUBBOCK, Texas — The Kansas State tennis team returned to the site of interim head coach Elizabeth Ullathorne’s alma mater — No. 34 Texas Tech — on Sunday and the Red Raiders sent the Wildcats home with their seventh straight loss. K-State lost the match, 6-1, as the
Nine of the 10 highest-paid employees at Kansas State University in 2013 worked for the Athletics Department, according to a Mercury analysis of public records. The only person at K-State who broke the top 10 and didn’t work in sports: Kirk Schulz, the university president. He ranked
Ed McNamara doesn’t seem like a man would challenge the law or flout authority. A Chicago native who was keeping a roof over his head by shooting wedding videos and taking assorted other jobs, McNamara was outraged by the events of Sept. 11, 2001 — and promptly
FORT RILEY — This post historically has been critical to the Army mission, but it’s been just as vital to the economic and overall health of the Flint Hills region that surrounds it. On Friday, movers and shakers from Fort Riley’s neighboring communities gathered
WAMEGO — There may be a shortage of actual tulips this weekend for Tulip Festival — thanks, polar vortex — but event organizers still expect thousands of people to flood Wamego City Park. The early birds weren’t discouraged Saturday morning as festival activities began for the 27th
The category on a recent episode of TV’s “Jeopardy!” was “Adverbs,” and the answer on the answer-and-question program was, “ ‘The doctor had to remove my left ventricle,’ Tom said (this).” The question, of course, was “What is ‘half-heartedly’?” I burst out laughing, and not
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