Robert James Hatley, 41, of Ogden died Saturday at his home after an extended illness.
Dolores Mary Godwin, 86, of Manhattan and formerly of Herington died Monday at Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community in Manhattan.
Jean Keller, 86, of Manhattan died Sunday at the Via Christi Village in Manhattan.
The Kansas State men’s basketball team will take on Conference USA foe Charlotte in the first round of the 2013 Puerto Rico Tip-Off on Nov. 21, as tournament organizers announced the complete bracket for the tournament Tuesday. The Wildcats and 49ers will play for the first
City commissioners decided to table a proposal during Tuesday night’s city commission meeting. The proposal was to put the Bluemont Youth Cabin on the national register for historic buildings. The proposal was tabled with a vote of 3-2 with Commissioners Usha Reddi and Karen
The recent National Security Agency data collection revelations have created some surprising political bedfellows, both in support of, and in opposition to the secret surveillance programs. Bills have been proposed calling for the programs to be curtailed or, at least, illuminated. We trust that before
To the Editor: I need to take the time and opportunity to thank the fine citizens and businesses of the City of Manhattan.
To the Editor: In Thursday’s editorial, you wrote, “The blessing of most streets is that they get little traffic and hold up well.” You have heard about the hazards of building a house on sand. Try building a street on air.
To the Editor: Tim Huelskamp, our repre-sentative in Congress, should sometimes think before he speaks.
In most ways, the Hollywood movie industry is so very scientific that its products are predictable. So anyone attending a showing of a sequel of a late Adam Sandler movie should know exactly what he’s getting, right? Well, maybe there are wheels within wheels
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