• Aguirre will appeal sentence

    Luis Aguirre will appeal his life sentence for murdering his former girlfriend and their 13-month-old daughter Tuesday. Aguirre is expected to argue before the Kansas Supreme Court that statements he made to police after being read his Miranda rights should .

  • McCarthys lead MHS into state tourney Golf.phatch

    Making their fourth trip to the Class 6A golf tournament in as many years, Kelsey and Kylie McCarthy are well-aware of the pressures and difficulty of playing at the high school game’s highest level. The four freshmen that make .

  • Cameron: Childhood crashes into adult life on baseball field Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY — Lesson for today… If you’re going to make a prediction out of left field that might, might, might actually come true, don’t come up with something that puts you in a miserable spot. Trust me. I’.

  • Kansas roads a source of pride

    That Kansas roads are among the best in the country is worth a collective pat on the back for elected officials and workers over many years. That Kansas ranked just 33, however, in terms of fatality rate per miles driven ought .

  • First Amendment still precious

    Just 45 words —  fewer words than there are in the sentence you are reading — guarantee five freedoms that the nation’s founding fathers deemed to be at the core of a democracy, freedoms that a nationally recognized free-speech advocate says “.

  • Variety adds spice to Kansas State library concert Ben.nyberg

    This past Friday evening the Kansas State University Library’s Hemisphere Room hosted the first of its concert series’ new season of four programs. Future dates will include a tribute to Gail Kubik (January 30), a piano recital by Slawomir Dobrzankski (.

  • Chen takes on bigger role in family business — while taking classes Neighbor.phatch

    Michael Chen’s family has always followed an unexpected path when pursuing opportunity. That’s one reason the 23-year-old Kansas State University student didn’t hesitate when the opportunity arose to purchase a local restaurant. Chen co-owns Chen’s Chinese, 2704 .

  • PATRICIA ELLINGTON

    Patricia (Pat) Ann Ellington, 73, of Manhattan died Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014, at Mercy Regional Hospital. The family provided some of the following information. She was born Jan. 11, 1941, in Tupelo, Miss., the daughter of Bill and Francis Ellington. She grew up in Birmingham, .

  • DORIS MULHERRON

    Doris Ann Berry Mulherron, 86, of Lenexa died Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014. The family provided some of the following information. Doris was born on April 11, 1928, in Walnut to Walter and Viola Berry. She was married to Joseph Eugene Bradshaw in 1946, and together they .

  • DELIA REED MARCELLUS

    Delia Reed Marcellus, 86, of Manhattan died Friday, Oct. 17, 2014, at Stonybrook Retirement Community. The family provided some of the following information. Dee was born on April 6, 1929, in Lawrence to the late Bertha Christie and Addison Reed. She graduated from Lawrence High .

  • ROBERT MILLS

    Robert Barney Mills, 92, of Manhattan died Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014, at Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community - Honstead House. He was born Feb. 10, 1922, in rural Franklin County. He attended public schools in Lane, Garnett, and Greeley, graduating from Greeley High School in 1939. He .

  • Truman sets tone for Cats’ defense Kstatecolor.phatch

    If Jonathan Truman was allowed to play a little bit longer Saturday he might have had as many tackles as his hometown has residents. OK, so that’s a stretch, slightly. But the Kechi native was a one-man wrecking crew, .





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