• Fourth suspect in custody in attempted robbery case

    Brandon Staatz, 17, of 2519 Candlecrest Circle is confined in the North Central Kansas Juvenile Detention Center in Junction City for attempted aggravated robbery in connection with an incident that occurred on the night of Nov. 7. Staatz is the fourth suspect in .

  • European’ space feat spectacular

    One needn’t be a rocket scientist to be impressed with what the European Space Agency has accomplished. We don’t know what tiny Philae will find, and we hope the brains at the European Space Agency find a way .

  • To return to greatness, America must return to God

    To the Editor: Isn’t it time for us as a nation to ask God to forgive us for rejecting him, his son, Jesus Christ, and his Ten Commandments? God’s word, the Bible, tells us that if we reject .

  • Many contributed to success of Promenade on Poyntz

    To the Editor Rain didn’t dampen the spirits of the sellout crowd participating in the 10th annual Prom-enade on Poyntz. Despite the weather, more than 250 people showed their support for Homecare & Hospice. Money raised at this event benefits .

  • On The Spot Improv, ‘Sweeney Todd’ and more

    Straight off their Heartland Regional Championship victory, members of K-State’s On The Spot Improv team will be hosting their weekly show at 8 p.m. Thursday at Union Station. This funny group of K-State students take suggestions from the crowd .

  • Symphony in the Flint Hills to be at Tallgrass Prairie

    The 10th annual Symphony in the Flint Hills will be held at the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve in Chase County on June 13. “We are thrilled to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Symphony in the Flint Hills Signature Event back .

  • Feeding a growing population is topic of K-State lecture

    One of the world’s leading scholars in agricultural sustainability is speaking at Kansas State University about how to sustainably feed a growing world population that will require twice as much food as is currently produced. Jules Pretty, professor of .

  • HELEN HORTON

    Helen E. Horton, 96, of Manhattan, died Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. She was born Jan. 20, 1918, in rural Douglas County, the daughter of Thomas F. and Susan E. “Sue” (Swadley) Connole. She graduated from Lecompton High .

  • VIVIAN MARIE WEIGEL

    Vivian Marie Weigel, 88, died Sunday, Nov. 9, 2014, in Hutchinson. She was born Oct. 30, 1926, in Wright. She graduated from St. Teresa’s Catholic High School in 1945.  She was a parish member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, and owner of a restaurant .

  • WAYNE S. McHENRY

    Wayne Scott McHenry, infant son of Scott and Rochelle McHenry, died Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014, at the Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. He is survived by his parents, Scott and Rochelle; his brother, James McHenry; and grandparents, Greg and Tawny McHenry .

  • There are new videos out, if you have the time G.w.clift1

    Ah, this is the time of year. Football and basketball are both going. Plays and concerts seem to be offered us almost every evening. The crops are in. And the election ads are no longer running. All our leisure time .

  • K-State women begin next phase of learning process Ksuwbb24-jube.phatch

    So far, so good for the Kansas State women’s basketball team. The first phase of the season is in the books and now the Wildcats begin the next phase — the nonconference portion of the schedule — this Friday at home .





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