TOPEKA — Governor Sam Brownback recently appointed David Vail of Manhattan to the Kansas Humanities Council Board of Directors. He joins a 22-member board representing leaders from across the state. David Vail is an assistant professor with Kansas State University Libraries and serves as public services
Working overtime may cost you your health, according to a Kansas State University doctoral researcher. Sarah Asebedo, doctoral student in personal financial planning and conflict resolution, Edina, Minn., conducted a study using the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979. She and her colleagues—Sonya Britt, assistant
A Fort Riley soldier was injured when he was shot early Saturday morning outside a Junction City club. Jeffrey D. Bragg Jr., 20, reportedly was shot in the parking lot of Club Rose, 851 Grant Ave. Junction City. Police were dispatched to the Shell Station at 1808 N.
Donna Joan Windsor, 77, died Thursday at the Newton Medical Center in Newton.
Brian Swenson, 48, of Manhattan, died Saturday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan from cancer.
Muriel Fagan, 75, a longtime Manhattan resident, died Friday at Homestead Assisted Living in Topeka.
William “Bill” Hanson, 73, of Manhattan, died Friday at Stormont-Vail Healthcare of Topeka. Among survivors is his wife, Carol, of their home.
Jim Ekart, 64, died at his residence at Lake Elbo in Manhattan.
School is back in session and fall sports are gearing up. Have you ever wondered: Who coaches the coaches? Who officiates the officials? Who records the records? And for that matter, who leads the youth leaders? It is essential that there is a state high
In a week, Manhattan High football fans will get their first look at the new turf at Bishop Stadium. MHS soccer players are already raving about the new surface, which for them is a huge improvement from inconsistent grass fields at Anneberg Park. It’s
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