Fred Clarence Stueve, 88, of Wamego died May 24 at Valley Vista Good Samaritan in Wamego.
It’s not just humans who can suffer after traumatic events like the recent Oklahoma tornadoes. Susan Nelson, a veterinarian and clinical associate professor at Kansas State University’s Veterinary Health Center, says a tornado can be just as stressful on pets. “It’s traumatic
Kenneth Edward ‘Ken’ Noll, 87, of Wamego died May 24 at the Lawrence Presbyterian Manor in Lawrence.
After winning 41 games this season and winning the Big 12 regular season championship, the Kansas State baseball team was hoping its resume would be good enough to help the Wildcats host an NCAA regional. The Wildcats learned Sunday night that they would serve as one of 16
Taxes. Like most folks, I hate paying them. Sales tax is one of the main ways we finance government, right or wrong. As a retailer, I collect those taxes. Now we are debating whether states should be able to collect tax on Internet sales. Early
America has no shortage of patriotic days. Among those that don’t get much attention are Flag Day, Constitution Day and Presidents Day. Better known are Veterans Day, on which we honor the service of military veterans; and Independence Day — the Fourth of July — on
OKLAHOMA CITY — Once again, Kansas State showed it’s a team that won’t stop fighting. Down four runs to Oklahoma going into the bottom of the ninth Saturday, the 15th-ranked Wildcats rallied to tie the game and force extra innings. In the end though,
The Ashland Cemetery on McDowell Creek Road will have 37 flags blowing in the breeze Monday to commemorate veterans buried there. The flags will fly thanks to Clarence Swallow, who served in the Korean War. Swallow visited the Ashland Cemetery last year, like he does every
Dollar General Literacy Foundation awarded $1000 to Wamego Public Library in Wamego to support literacy programs. “At Dollar General, we are passionate about our mission of Serving others throughout the communities we serve,” said Rick Dreiling, Dollar General’s chairman and CEO. “It’s exciting to
The trial of an assistant K-State professor accused of rape ended in mistrial Friday when jurors declared they could not unanimously agree on a verdict. A new trial date for William Yankey, 29, Manhattan, is scheduled to be set during a status hearing on June 3. Jurors
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