To the Editor: I visited Sunset and Sunrise cemeteries on Memorial Day and was very impressed and proud of the way they looked.
Some residents have made enough of a splash about rules changes at the city pools to leave one wondering whether city officials could use life preservers. We can’t blame parents of young children for objecting to a new rule requiring them to pay to
To the Editor: My family saw the Soldiers Show on Saturday. It was a colorful, well-done, wonderfully produced show.
In telling a complicated story, writers should not have characters act in ways that are contrary to their own best interests. This is true even when a surprise ending requires that the characters’ interests are different than what we might expect. Perhaps I should make
A diverse group of leaders in television, judiciary, public policy and the arts have agreed to serve as judges for the 2013 Kansas Cowboy Poetry Contest. The state contest finals will be at 7 p.m. June 14 at the St. John’s Lutheran Memorial Hall, 218 Kansas in
Four people were arrested as RCPD officers executed a search warrant for a drug investigation at an Ogden residence. They were Cynthia Reed and Michael Baker of the residence and Mark Whitt and Melissa Frakes of Wamego. A one-year-old male was also in the residence.
Pamela F. Murphy, 63, a lifetime resident of Manhattan died Saturday at the Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
Sharon K. Freund (Blaske), 46, of Wichita died Thursday in Wichita.
Rina Crownover Beard, 50, of St. George died Thursday in St. Marys of self inflicted wounds.
Charles F. Wernette, 91, of Manhattan died Sunday at the Good Shepard Hospice House in Manhattan.
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