Miles Adler is having the worst day of his life. Living in Manhattan, N.Y., he’s just lost his job, found his wife sleeping with a German casting director, had his wallet stolen and is just generally in a state of discontent. When his
The team of Workshop Architects of Milwaukee and Bowman Bowman Novick Incorporated of Manhattan has been selected to develop a plan for the K-State Student Union renovation. They were the selection from among five architecture firms invited by the K-State Student Union Renovation Committee to
Two Kansas State University graduate students are the first recipients of Scholarship for Service cybersecurity awards made by the university through a National Science Foundation grant. The Center for Information and Systems Assurance, housed in the university’s department of computing and information sciences, has
The Ninth Annual OZtoberFest is for kids. That fact was made clear today when festival co-chairman, Mary Lyn Barnett, announced that this year’s event, on Sept. 28 and 29th, would feature more inflatables, more animals in the petting zoo, more contests, and more to do
Marshalls, one of the nation’s largest off-price retailers, will open a new store in Manhattan on September 26. Marshalls shoppers in Manhattan will find designer brand names in ladies fashion, shoes, accessories, men’s apparel, home, juniors, kids apparel and accessories, luggage, beauty and more.
A new exhibit, Playtime, will open to the public Sunday in the auditorium gallery of the Geary County Historical Museum at the corner of Sixth and Adams streets in Junction City. The opening is being done in conjunction with the historical society’s annual Fall
Mike Marsh isn’t sure exactly how long it’s been, but he knows he’s wanted Bishop Stadium to have artificial turf for at least five years now. While the Manhattan High boys’ soccer team opened their season weeks ago on the turf, tonight’
Students don’t become National Merit semifinalists by cramming the night — or even the weeks — before tests. They acquire the body of knowledge over the course of their elementary and secondary educations. They generally do so with the support of parents, which manifests itself in
Daniel Harkin of Manhattan won the championship in the boys 12-and-under division at the Tulsa Outdoor Futures tennis tournament in Oklahoma this past weekend. Harkin defeated Demir Capan of Overland Park in the finals, 6-2, 6-4. Harkin knocked off Zachary Vaughn of Oklahoma 6-3, 6-0
Betty Kleiner, 88, of Manhattan, died Thursday at Via Christi Village in Manhattan.
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