Lois (Wheeler) Eudaley, 84, died Friday, October 25, at the Lone Tree Retirement Center in Meade. She was born Feb. 27, 1929, in rural Gridley, the daughter of Chester Arthur and Audrey Aileen (Wilson) Wheeler. As a young girl, she attended the Emporia school system, graduating from Emporia High
Arlene Smith, 79, of Wamego, died Friday, October 25, 2013, at Valley Vista Good Samaritan Society of Wamego. Services are pending with Stewart Funeral Home of Wamego. Complete obituary and service information will be announced later.
Eileen Jacobson, 89, of Waterville, died on Saturday, October 26, 2013, at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. Funeral arrangements are pending. Services will be arranged by Terry-Christie Funeral Home in Waterville.
I think it’s probably every little kid’s dream that their birthday lasts longer than one day. A whole week would be ideal. In some ways, having my birthday on Halloween was like that growing up. I was basically guaranteed three days of celebration,
Anyone curious how much of an impact Tyler Lockett makes for the Kansas State offense need not wonder anymore. After missing a game and a half with a hamstring injury, the junior receiver was a welcome sight for both of K-State’s quarterbacks, pacing the
Another race, another dominant win. Saturday’s regional cross country race in Junction City brought more of the same for the Manhattan High boys’ team, putting them one step closer to their ultimate goal of a state title. With a third-place finish in the girls’
Just one point away from a trip to state, Manhattan High outside hitter Kaci Cink got two tries to send her team to victory in Saturday’s sub-state final. The first was dug up by the Washburn Rural defense, but the second ended the match
TOPEKA — With just five punts all night, most would think Friday’s game between the Manhattan High football team and Washburn Rural was an old-fashioned offensive shootout. They’d be wrong. Instead it was five fumbles, three missed fourth-down conversions and a missed field goal
FLUSH — Both teams can find several occurrences where the game could have been won or lost, but it was Nemaha Valley that escaped Rock Creek with a final sigh of relief. The Raiders outlasted the Mustangs 19-18 Friday night. “That stings… we had our opportunities,”
In Hoyt, Wamego beat Royal Valley 28-12 in the team’s second district game, giving them the opportunity to reach the playoffs in a winner-take-all scenario next week against Hayden. Royal Valley (0-8) struck first for a 6-0 lead, but Wamego (7-1) answered quickly, getting
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