Today Read to Dogs, 2-4 p.m. Read to a certified therapy dog. The dogs have been trained to listen, and they help children relax while reading. Avid readers welcome also. No sign up required. Manhattan Public Library Storytime Room. Jazz Brunch, 11 a.m.-1
Watching President Barack Obama in Asia and Europe, it seems he is either out of his element when it comes to dealing with some of the world’s problems or doesn’t take it seriously. Prior to his European visit, he met with Chinese leader
In the realm of high-school athletics, two brothers playing for the same team is not uncommon. But more often than not, enough of an age or talent gap exists that one ends up on the bench or playing JV while the other plays a more
Arthur Edward “Art” Holtman, 94, of Manhattan died Thursday at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
Remember the old Rice Krispies breakfast cereal threesome, Snap, Crackle and Pop? My two sisters and I liked those puppet characters named for the cereal’s auditory freshness (supposed by marketing types). I was Crackle, because I like he was in the middle and he
Robert C. Osborne, 73, a longtime Manhattan resident died June 20 at his residence in Fountain, Colo.
Lorene H. Craig, 98, of Wamego died Friday at the Valley Vista Good Samaritan Center in Wamego.
N’ICE, a wholesale ice company, is opening to fill a void left by Manhattan Ice during the south-end redevelopment project. N’ICE sells eight and 20 pound bags of ice, and delivers to Manhattan and surrounding area. To ask for quotes or to
David Weaver announced his retirement as chief investment officer for the Kansas State University Foundation effective Dec. 31. Weaver earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Kansas State University in 1970. He has more than 40 years of experience in agricultural, commercial and residential real estate
Cory Young, originally from Clovis, N.M., and a Kansas State University graduate, joined the CivicPlus Content Development team. Young graduated from K-State with a bachelor’s degree in computer science with an emphasis in software engineering. While attending K-State, he was a
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