Valdimer “Valdy” Mae Bairow, 85, of Wamego died Friday at the Valley Vista Good Samaritan Center of Wamego.
To the Editor: In the Manhattan Mercury on August 28, an article was printed titled, “How they scored.” The article was on how area schools performed on the ACT. I did not send data for the article because I was unsure how scores were going to
To the Editor: We traveled from Fargo to Manhattan for the North Dakota State-K-State football game on August 30. What a terrific experience we had, and it was not all due to the outcome of the game.
To the Editor: At the next City Commission meeting, may I suggest that Commissioners John Matta and Wynn Butler stop rolling their eyes, passing notes, smirking and instead listen to everyone politely?
Monday, September 9, 2013 9:00 – JWG 9:00 Apple, Samuel Status (13 CR 361 Dom Batt) JJC III 9:00 Haralson, Marquay SENTENCING (13 CR 259 Poss MJ) KSL III 9:00 Hays, Sean Status (13 CR 460 Poss MJ, etc) BRW III 9:00 Jones, Kadarian SENTENCING (13 CR 273 Battery) JJC III 9:00 Jones, Nicholas Status (13 CR 389 Dom Batt) JJC III 9:00 Keeton, Raymond
Monday, August 26, 2013 9:00 – JWG 9:00 Apple, Samuel Status (13 CR 361 Dom Batt) JJC III 9:00 Avila, Alejandro Arr. (02 CR 743 Agg. Battery, etc) BKD III 9:00 Avila, Alejandro Arr. (02 CR 913 Agg. Escape) BKD III 9:00 Ayer, Currin Status (13 CR 461 Poss MJ, etc) BCF III 9:00 Ballou, David Status (13 CR 466 Dom Batt) JJC III 9:00
Kansas State fans have seen their share of memorable quarterback-wide receiver duos over the years. From Carl Straw connecting with Frank Hernandez for the game-winning touchdown in coach Bill Snyder’s first win, to Ell Roberson hitting James Terry deep to beat Oklahoma in the 2003
It was in a losing effort, but nonetheless, Jordy Nelson opened his sixth season with the Green Bay Packers with a bang. The former Kansas State All-American receiver hauled in seven passes for 130 yards and a touchdown, as the 49ers defeated the Packers 34-28 in
On Saturday at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, K-State saxophone player Charlie Wilks got ready to play in front of a crowd of 53,073 people he couldn’t see. Wilks, a freshman majoring in music education, became blind by the age of 6, the result of a brain
Announcer Adam Alexander and color analyst Chris Simms faced an unexpected challenge Saturday night in their description of Kansas State’s 48-27 victory over Louisiana. The challenge involved figuring out explaining Bill Snyder’s revolving use of quarterbacks Jake Waters and Daniel Sams. Among TV
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