Burke and Margery Bayer, and Barbara Wilson received the Manhattan Legacy Award on May 20 at the Meadowlark Hills Legacy Banquet. The Bayers and Wilson were recognized for their long-standing history, dedication and support of Meadowlark Hills. Burke Bayer served on the Meadowlark Hills board for
Jimmy Lee Cope, 65, of Topeka died May 15 at a Topeka hospital.
Allen Webster Janke, 79, of Manhattan died May 15 in Manhattan.
John R. Stauffer, 90, of Westmoreland and formerly of Blue Rapids died May 23 at the Westy Community Care Home in Westmoreland.
Things keep going from bad to worse for French President, Francois Hollande. His popularity has dropped to 27 percent — the lowest of any president of the Fifth Republic. The primary reason is the disastrous condition of the country’s economy. As a man in an unemployment
Memorial Day is an occasion to honor the sacrifices of Americans who gave their lives in service to our country. But on the eve of that commemoration, we also would do well to keep in mind the hundreds of thousands of military personnel who continue
To the Editor: On May 9 in front of a packed house, the Manhattan/Riley County Preservation Alliance (M/RCPA) presented the ninth Historic Preservation Building Awards to 21 commercial, pri-vate and public property owners at a ceremony at the Union Pacific Depot.
To the Editor: Help! I’ve been kidnapped! Perhaps flagnapped (There’s a new one for you, Mr. Webster).
OKLAHOMA CITY — Although it didn’t matter much toward Kansas State’s chances at playing for the Big 12 tournament championship, a loss to Baylor could have dashed the Wildcats’ shots at hosting a regional next weekend. Needing some ninth-inning heroics Friday afternoon, the 15th-ranked Wildcats
Former head basketball coach of the Chicago Bulls and LA Lakers- Phil Jackson appeared on the PBS Charlie Rose T.V. show last night and gave high praise to Tex Winter for Jackson’s success in winning “Eleven Rings” which is the title of his
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