Dean Wyant, 75, Junction City, died Sunday, August 4, at his residence. He was a retired Command Sgt. Major with the US Army.
Phyllis Cusic, 71, Topeka, died Saturday, August 3, 2013 at a local hospital.
A Kansas State University child/adolescent counselor says a process used to help adults with anxiety disorders may also have a place in the classroom, helping children keep their focus on the subject at hand. Karrie Swan, assistant professor of special education, counseling and student
It would be easy to dismiss as an aberration the news that the rate of obesity among preschoolers in many states, including Kansas, has declined. After all, the declines were small, with just five states and the U.S. Virgin Islands reporting declines of at
To the Editor: My husband, our one-month old daughter and I came to Manhattan nearly 27 years ago with his new job at KSU. We were young and very excited about our new life in Manhattan. At that time, we really did not look beyond that
This time last year, John Hubert said he wanted to rush for 1,000 yards. He came up 53 yards short. The year before he rushed for 970 yards. This season, Kansas State’s senior running back still wants to reach the 1,000-yard milestone, but he just isn’t
After guiding the Kansas State baseball program to its first conference title in 80 years, coach Brad Hill got a new contract on Tuesday. The Big 12 Coach of the Year signed a new five-year contract worth $1.46 million, increasing his average compensation from $235,000 to $292,000. Hill, who signed
City commissioners unanimously approved the 2014 city budget during the Tuesday night meeting, but not without amendments. Commissioners also approved the rezoning of 1021 and 1027 Thurston St. from a two-family residential district with a traditional neighborhood overlay district to a multiple-family district with a multifamily redevelopment overlay
Though President Barack Obama was right to close 19 U.S. embassies in the Middle East in response to a “credible” al-Qaida threat, we hope they reopen in the very near future. More recently, the State Department warned all Americans living in or visiting Yemen to
To the Editor: We’ve all experienced the good, the bad and the ugly of customer service, especially in retail establishments. Recently I had an exceptional experience — off the charts, really — at Midland Medical Equipment here in Manhattan.
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