Wyoma Jean Swift Johnson, 92, of Manhattan, died Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. The family provided some of the following information. Wyoma Jean Swift (known as Wy) was born May 29, 1922, to Ireland William Swift and Hazel Marie Cook near Lawshe, Ohio.  She attended .


    David Rundquist, 64, of Green, died Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014, at the Leonardville Nursing Home. Funeral services are pending with the Anderes-Pfeifley Funeral Home in Riley..


    Jim D. Johnson, 68, of Olsburg, died Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014, at his farm south of Olsburg. He was born on Jan. 2, 1946, in Westmoreland. He was the son of Alciede Lavern “A.L.” and Dorothy Marie (Novak) Johnson. He graduated from Blue Valley .

  • Parade, carnival and more

    A little fall weather won’t deter the Homecoming spirit at K-State. (Though the rain might have washed away the chalking contest on Bosco Student Plaza.) Brave the drizzle today and check out the amazing artwork on the windows of .

  • K-State volleyball eases past OU for sweep Ksuvb12.phatch

    While a certain blue-clad baseball team was busy bouncing back from a loss about 130 miles east of Manhattan, the 22nd-ranked Kansas State volleyball team was doing a bit of rebounding of its own. K-State, coming off a home loss to .

  • K-State men enjoying added post depth

    One quick look at the Kansas State men’s basketball team last season made one thing obvious. They were short. The Wildcats boasted two bigs last year in Thomas Gipson and DJ Johnson, and Gipson started at center at 6-foot-7. .

  • Mittie sees progress, but wants more from young team Mittie.phatch

    Jeff Mittie had a pretty good idea what kind of team he was getting when he took Kansas State women’s basketball job last spring. After all, Mittie beat the Wildcats twice last year as head coach of TCU. But .

  • Indians win two to end regular season

    The Manhattan High volleyball team won both its matches at the Wamego triangular Tuesday night, sweeping Junction City before hanging on for a three-set win over the Red Raiders to finish off the regular season. The Indians defeated Junction City 25.

  • Cameron: KC in good shape with Shields out the way Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Maybe Ned Yost is tricking everybody, including the San Francisco Giants. No, seriously. The trick? Since the Royals aren’t likely to score much of anything against Giants ace Madison Bumgarner — who’s pitched about a thousand .

  • Bradlee deserves iconic status

    To journalists of a certain age, Ben Bradlee, who was the executive editor of the Washington Post from 1965 to 1991, was a hero. And an inspiration. He died Tuesday at the age of 93. Among his accomplishments was transforming the Post from .

  • Can K-State not continue investment in equestrian?

    To the Editor: I hope that K-State will be able to re-establish our equestrian program. As in every sport, these team members have worked hard to prepare for competition, have represented K-State in an outstanding manner and have contributed to .

  • Republicans, too, are targets of nasty campaign ads on TV

    To the Editor: I enjoyed reading a recent letter to the editor questioning the effectiveness of negative campaign mail sent by third party organizations. Personally I’ve been more irritated by hateful television advertisements that actually mention both the candidates .


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