Riley County’s chief safety official cautioned residents Friday that continued weekend rains could pose a flooding threat along Wildcat Creek. Pat Collins, director of emergency preparedness for the county, said expectations are that the Kansas River will crest this weekend at around 17 feet. The
A Manhattan-based bank has purchased the assets of an eastern Kansas bank with outlets in seven communities. Officials of Landmark National Bank Friday announced the acquisition of Citizens Bank, merging the latter into the former. The merger will increase Landmark’s assets by approximately 30 percent.
James “Bill” Thomas, 76, of Manhattan died Sunday. The family provided some of the following information.
Marylois (Holm) Smith, 89, of Manhattan died Wednesday at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
Juliannah Olivia Rae Rollins died July 24 of natural causes at Irwin Army Community Hospital on Fort Riley.
Vickie Lynn Scofield, 59, died July 12 in Las Vegas.
A recent Kansas State University master’s graduate in interior architecture and product design is a winner in a national woodworking competition. Alexis Kiel, Bellevue, Neb., took first place at the AWFS Fresh Wood Competition in the production/contract section for her wood chair project
U.S. Rep. Harold Rogers, the Kentucky Republican who is chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, is not known as a flamethrower. He’s known to choose his words carefully. But he opened up earlier this week in a way that suggested he was less
Before even starting, the Democratic race for the nomination to oppose Gov. Sam Brownback has ended. Absent a huge turnaround, House Minor-ity Leader Paul Davis from Lawrence will be the 2014 nominee. At first glance, given Kansas’s deep red politics, Davis might seem a
FLUSH — A human fence surrounded St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Flush Wednesday evening, and it wasn’t for a special mass. It was the line for a fried chicken dinner with mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans and a slice of homemade pie. The parish’
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