Terry Miller, 66, of Manhattan, died Monday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.
Last Thursday evening I was one of a large crowd at a local screening of the current draft of the new movie “Manhattan.” Most all of us must have fit into the obvious categories of people who are going to be excited about the new
If a local taxi company has its way, barfing on the way home from a night out is going to cost you. City commissioners will consider a proposal Tuesday that would allow cab companies to impose a $75 “cleaning charge” for drunk customers who befoul cabs
The Riley County Commission decided Monday to not create a public advisory board to the proposed Public Building Commission. But they did so over the objections of one commission member. The decision followed a report by county counselor Clancy Holeman that other such building commissions
Kansas State University President Kirk Schulz will receive a prestigious national honor Saturday related to his work with the Boy Scouts. Schulz, who has been active in the Boy Scouts for many years, will receive the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award from the National Eagle Scout
Given the regularity with which the Kansas Board of Education makes funding requests of the Kansas Legislature in the hundreds of millions of dollars, it seemed unusual that a former member of that board doesn’t think the widely publicized funding shortfall is a problem. “
To the Editor: Friday morning… Friday the 13th… 7:30 am, and it’s been a long week. I decided to stop by the Starbucks at the eastside Dillons for a treat on my way to work. I ordered my drink and handed Shirley a $20 bill. Imagine
To the Editor: Liberals are so predictable, as Ed Horne aptly points out in his letter to the editor in Sunday’s edition of the Mercury. When the “left” runs out of arguments they resort to name-calling, as he refers to Professor Herspring as, “...trying
Gary Richard Sutton, 67, of rural Manhattan died Sunday at Stoneybrook Retirement Community Rapid Recovery Unit in Manhattan.
Robert Rose took a handoff up the middle, then cut back to his left before going untouched for a 26-yard touchdown against Massachusetts Saturday night. Though big at the time, it’s probably not a moment that will find its way onto a highlight reel
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