Six vehicles were stolen from three Manhattan businesses between 6 pm Sunday night and 8 am Monday morning, according to a report from Pottawatomie County authorities. On Monday, the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office received a call from Frieling Auto Sales, 7846 U.S. Highway 24, reporting three stolen
WESTMORELAND — The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office is still seeking information about a Westmoreland man who has been missing since March. According to a report from Pottawatomie County Sheriff Greg Riat, Jeremiah Joseph Perry, 21, was last known to be in Tioga, North Dakota on April 12.
It’s been a week now since members of Congress came to their last-minute agreement to end the showdown over the government shutdown and debt ceiling. Some lawmakers glowed with satisfaction, others were simply relieved. And although what they did was essential, they shouldn’t
To the Editor: Until Sunday I didn’t know on which subject I wished to a write. Was it to be about the suspended KU professor who tweeted a stupid statement about the NRA and was being supported by more than 100 liberal KU professors, or
Donald “Don” Carl Hansen, 75, of Austin, Texas, died October 15 at home in the loving arms of his wife Amy following a lengthy battle with multiple illnesses. He was born February 8, 1938 in Emmetsburg, Iowa. His mother and father moved their family to Denison, Texas, in 1941, where
Henrietta Kimble, 93, of Manhattan, died Monday at the Stoneybrook Retirement Community in Manhattan. She worked as a baker for Kansas State University Derby Food Center, retiring in 1986. The family provided some of the following information. Henrietta Hofman was born in Vienna, Austria, on
Rosemary Elizabeth Shewmake, 80, of Manhattan, died Friday at Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community. Services are pending with Irvin-Parkview Funeral Home, Manhattan.
While Tuesday night’s triangular wasn’t the last chance the Manhattan High volleyball team had to play at home in front of parents and fans, the tears flowed anyway. On senior night, the Indians defeated Junction City 25-15, 25-11, before a two-set win against
In more than 41 classes taking place Wednesday through Friday at Kansas State University, faculty members in the College of Business Administration are giving their seats to industry professionals. Twenty-nine executives have been matched with courses that are relevant to their expertise as part of the
Bye weeks aren’t always so perfectly timed, but for Kansas State the past week off probably couldn’t have come at a better point in the season. K-State has played to a 2-4 overall record through the first half, including an 0-3 start in
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