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  • Editorials | September 26, 2013

    There’s more valor than medals for it

    With the clear exception of US soldiers and their families, Afghanistan hasn’t mattered much to Americans. That was true a decade ago and in recent years. Most Americans know our country has been involved in a war there, but we’d guess only a

  • Obituaries | September 26, 2013

    Gilbert Joseph Seiwald

    Gilbert Joseph Seiwald, 98, of Wamego, died at his home Thursday. Services are pending with Stewart Funeral Home of Wamego.  Complete obituary and service information will be announced at http://www.stewartfuneralhomes.com.

  • Area Schools | September 26, 2013

    Wamego winning with great defense

    Wamego defen .phatch

    The playmakers on the Wamego offense might be getting a lot of attention, but the Red Raiders’ defense deserves some recognition as well. In three games this season, Wamego has allowed just one touchdown, pitching a pair of shutouts and keeping opposing offenses from sniffing

  • Manhattan High School | September 26, 2013

    Indians travel to Highland Park Friday

    With three weeks of games under its belt, the Manhattan High football team has a true sense of what it needs to work on in the coming weeks to be ready to go by the time district games start next month. With a pair of

  • Letters | September 26, 2013

    Join in the fun Saturday at school fitness challenge

    To the Editor: I would like to encourage area residents to come out to the sixth annual Body First School Fitness Challenge this Saturday at Anneberg Park. For the second straight year, this event will award $10,000 to area schools based on their students’ participation in

  • Movies | September 26, 2013

    New Releases shelves loaded with good films this month

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    The New Releases shelves at video stores are going to sag and groan this month, they will be that heavy with largely-popular recent general-release movies. There will be animated features like “The Croods” and “Monsters University” and special effects, action pictures like “Pacific Rim.” And

  • Local |Government, Politics | September 26, 2013

    Dozens turn out to learn how flood map will affect them

    Flood maps.phatch

    The changing floodplain has the public’s attention. A few dozen residents turned up at City Hall Wednesday to discuss the new proposed FEMA floodplain maps with city and county officials. More than 400 properties around Wildcat Creek were added into the high-risk area of the

  • Local |Business | September 26, 2013

    Local HR officials say Obamacare won’t make big difference

    Perhaps Obamacare won’t cause much of a fuss, after all. At least not locally. Some local HR directors say they aren’t expecting many changes as elements of the Affordable Care Act come to fruition. The Health Insurance Marketplace, an agency created by the

  • Local |Government, Politics | September 26, 2013

    Commission reconsiders PBC decision

    The Riley County Commission agreed Thursday to reconsider its earlier decision to eliminate a citizens advisory panel from the structure of the proposed Public Building Commission. But that decision does not necessarily mean that the citizens panel eventually will be part of the language. Commissioners

  • Local |Business | September 26, 2013

    Woman says Carmike fired her for anti-military comments

    It might all be a misunderstanding. Manhattan resident Megan May said Thursday she posted a Facebook rant earlier in the week out of anger — as a way to vent about life’s frustrating events. She was seeking consolation in the arms of virtual friends. Instead


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