A recent Kansas State University master’s graduate in interior architecture and product design is a winner in a national woodworking competition. Alexis Kiel, Bellevue, Neb., took first place at the AWFS Fresh Wood Competition in the production/contract section for her wood chair project
U.S. Rep. Harold Rogers, the Kentucky Republican who is chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, is not known as a flamethrower. He’s known to choose his words carefully. But he opened up earlier this week in a way that suggested he was less
Before even starting, the Democratic race for the nomination to oppose Gov. Sam Brownback has ended. Absent a huge turnaround, House Minor-ity Leader Paul Davis from Lawrence will be the 2014 nominee. At first glance, given Kansas’s deep red politics, Davis might seem a
FLUSH — A human fence surrounded St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Flush Wednesday evening, and it wasn’t for a special mass. It was the line for a fried chicken dinner with mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans and a slice of homemade pie. The parish’
WASHINGTON — Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel warned lawmakers Wednesday that it may be necessary to cut the size of the Army by 100,000 troops and impose other sharp cutbacks if $500 billion in automatic budget cuts are allowed to take effect as scheduled over the next decade.
Riley County Appraiser Greg McHenry reported higher home and commercial sales and prices for the 2013 fiscal year Thursday. McHenry told Riley County commissioners that the median sales ratio, a measure of how well appraised values align with actual values, dropped from 100 percent to 97 percent. That
This past week brought a lot of rain. The water continues this weekend with the Sunset Zoo’s Water Safari and Kids’ Free Day on Saturday. From noon to 4:30 p.m., the Manhattan Fire Department will be on hand to hose guests down throughout the
Q: What are they going to do to replace Kidd Kraddick on the local radio station?
The Kansas State University College of Architecture, Planning and Design, known as APDesign, will host its first Alumni and Friends Golf Tournament on Friday, October 4, at the Manhattan Country Club, 1531 North 10th St, Manhattan. The tournament is open to the first 24 foursomes to register and
The Most Reverend George Fitzsimons, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Salina from 1984 to 2004, died Sun., July 28, 2013, at his home in Ogden.
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