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  • Keeping plants through the winter Greggeyestone1

    Soon we will have a hard freeze and the outdoor growing season will come to an end. Some plants may be removed and brought to a protected location to keep them from dying. These plants can be either potted or .

  • K-State women take lead after Day 2 at Moore Intercollegiate

    DENVER — The Kansas State women’s golf team pulled ahead of in-state rival Kansas and moved into first place after the second round of the Ron Moore Women’s Intercollegiate on Saturday at the par-72, 6,457-yard Highland Ranch Golf Club. .

  • Sunflower Bank hires market president

    Kent Wohlgemuth has joined Sunflower Bank as the market president in Manhattan. In this capacity, Wohlgemuth will work to expand Sunflower Bank’s commercial relationships in the Manhattan and Junction City area, and oversee the market’s growth strategy for .

  • Meadowlark Hills counselor receives advocate award

    Rita Harsch of Manhattan received the 2014 “Advocate of the Year” award on Oct. 1 for her advocacy leadership with Meadowlark Hills, a non-profit organization and continuing-care retirement community. She received this award from LeadingAge Kansas, a statewide association of 160 not-for-profit aging .

  • Xpanxion makes Inc. magazine list

    Inc. magazine ranked Xpanxion on its eighth annual Inc. 500/5000, a ranking of America’s fastest-growing private companies. Xpanxion is a software services company with an office in Manhattan. “We are humbled, being recognized in Inc. Magazine’s top 5000 growing companies .

  • Manhattan physician gets state award

    Dr. Segen Smith Chase was awarded the inaugural Early Career Physician award at the annual American College of Physicians, Kansas chapter meeting on Oct. 3 in Kansas City. Chase, a Manhattan native, has practiced internal medicine for seven years at Candlewood .

  • Hy-Vee honors Manhattan workers

    Each year in October, Hy-Vee leaders recognize and celebrate employees for their longevity of service in five-year increments, from five years to 45 years and beyond. The following Manhattan Hy-Vee employees were among the more than 2,500 workers recognized this month at .

  • Rockhill Real Estate hires local Realtor

    Rockhill Real Estate Group hired Melissa Brinkman as its newest Realtor. After graduating from Wichita State University, she and her husband, AJ, relocated to the Manhattan area. She has spent the past five years working in the real estate profession. “.

  • Campus Hair Styling owner to retire

    After 50 years of barbering, Roger Allerheiligen will retire on Oct. 18. Allerheiligen’s first year as a barber was in downtown Manhattan at the old Gillette Hotel Barbershop working for Bud Cunningham. His last 49 years have been in Aggieville. Initially in .

  • Russia’s budget sets up clash with reality

    Russia is coming face to face with a new and perhaps even more difficult domestic problem than those it has faced in recent years. In the last few years, Moscow has had a tendency to shift money from domestic projects .

  • Manhattan reclaims Silver Trophy, wins 16-7

    JUNCTION CITY — The Manhattan High football team reclaimed the Silver Trophy Friday night at Al Simpler Stadium, winning 16-7 on a cold, rainy night in Junction City. The Indians led 16-7 with the ball with less than five minutes on .

  • Gay marriage takes small step forward here Marriage.phatch

    Riley County is not turning away same-sex marriage applications, but it’s not yet clear if they’ll be approved. Riley residents Darci Bohnenblust and Joleen Hickman, a same-sex couple of 19 years, applied for a marriage license Thursday, and the .







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