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  • Theaters in Sears’ old spot would be a step forward

    To the Editor: The article in Wednesday’s Mercury explaining that the former Sears store in Manhattan Town Center would be torn down and replaced by an eight-screen movie complex was very good news — for two reasons. 1. Carmike Cinemas has .

  • Humorless, unhappy film does keep viewer’s interest G.w.clift1

    It may be a good thing that the local 12-plex is only showing “Still Alice” before 7 o’clock at night. Show it any later and the movie will give adult members of the audience nightmares. The film, based on a .

  • Claeys’ comments reflect legislative double standard

    To the editor State Rep. J.R. Claeys, who tweeted that he would like to hold funding for higher education hostage to his notions about what should be taught at a university, seems to have a short memory. In 2013, after .


    Marilyn Faye (Osbourn) Baggerly, 79, of Overland Park, died Friday, March 13, 2015, at her home. The family said she went home to be with the Lord. They provided some of the following information. She was born March 30, 1935, in Randolph, the daughter of .

  • Riley County Attorney’s Office Calendar

    Monday, March 16, 2015 9:00   Reeves, Tieler   Inter. Sanction Hrg (14 CR 99 Consp. Agg. Robbery)  JWG   III 10:30 - JWG 10:30   Crooks, Christopher   SENTENCING (14 TR 1141 DUI)  BKD   I 10:30   Havens, Brian   Status (15 CR 63 Dom Batt – 2nd)  .

  • K-State loses series finale with Bears

    A costly error hit the Kansas State outfield at the worst possible time Sunday afternoon in the Wildcats’ 10-7 loss to Missouri State at Tointon Family Stadium. It happened right after the Wildcats had fought back from a four-run deficit .

  • KSU tennis loses to Texas Tech

    A razor thin margin in doubles provided an exciting start to Sunday’s match between Kansas State and No. 17 Texas Tech at Mike Goss Tennis Stadium. But the Lady Raiders held off the Wildcats in singles to send K-State to .

  • Mitchell breaks school record at NCAAs

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — A’Keyla Mitchell smashed the 200-meter school record en route to a fifth-place finish in the event final, as the Kansas State track and field team wrapped up competition at the NCAA Division-I Indoor Track and Field Championships .

  • Zoo camps, stormchaser party

    MONDAY Sunset Zoo Lecture: Westar Energy’s Green Team, 7 p.m. Learn more about the Team’s 26-year history including collaborations with Kansas zoos and the solar project planned at the Sunset Zoo. Sunset Zoo. Sunset Zoo Youth Adventure Camps, .

  • Salina rep: Women’s studies low priority

    A comment from a Salina legislator about a women’s studies class has sparked responses from K-State faculty members and others. Kansas State University President Kirk Schulz said on Twitter last week that he was disappointed to learn about cuts .

  • Finding ways to talk to residents important, says mayor-to-be

    When you think of Manhattan, your mind automatically drifts to Beverly Hills, right? Don’t laugh. Karen McCulloh sees a connection, and she’s enthusiastic about discussing it. The common issue — at least in McCulloh’s mind — is the benefit .

  • Johnson Center to show cancer documentary

    Kansas State University’s Johnson Cancer Research Center will host a preview screening of the PBS documentary “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies” from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 28, in the auditorium of the Manhattan Public Library, 629 Poyntz Ave. The .


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