Charles Bottorff, 89, of Manhattan, died Thursday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.
Jeannien Marie Brown, 81, of Wamego, formerly of Omaha, Nebraska, died Monday at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. She had been a member of the Wamego community for six years.
The life of a backup quarterback is often a job without much glory. You’re there as an insurance policy for the game’s most important position, oftentimes left without enough repetitions in practice to succeed when your number is called while being expected to
Two people were arrested on child abuse and aggravated battery charges after an 8-month-old baby died from injuries Wednesday. Detective Sgt. Trish Giordano of the Junction City Police Department said the couple was the child’s aunt and uncle. The infant was treated in the
AUSTIN, Texas — It seems too easy. Just line up and pound the ball down Texas’ throat on Saturday night and Kansas State wins, right? The numbers would say that’s exactly how to beat the Longhorns this season, because so far, Texas hasn’t stopped
Through one game this season, it was clear the Wildcats needed a better pass rush on third down. Part of the answer, at least so far, was to put a linebacker in at defensive end on third down plays. In the two games since, that
With a 1-2 record and two lopsided losses in back-to-back weeks, much has been made about the state of the Texas Longhorn defense. The unit has been a disaster for head coach Mack Brown, allowing an average of 308 yards on the ground to opposing teams
On paper, Manhattan’s tilt with Seaman on Friday figures to look a lot like its game against Emporia last week. Except for Joseph Reagan. The Vikings have a significant weapon on the field at almost all times in Reagan, the back-to-back 5A sprint champion
Authorities do not expect to make additional arrests in the murder of a 68-year old Manhattan man the weekend of September 6. Mother and son Christina Love, 49, and James McKenith, 33, were arrested Sept. 11 on first-degree murder charges in connection with the death of John Burroughs of
The Riley County Courthouse could be closed for as many as seven weeks in fiscal year 2015. Administrative District Judge Meryl Wilson brought that possibility to the Riley County Commission Thursday, saying a way must be found to reduce the court’s budget by around $9 million
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