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  • Baseball Hall of Fame exceeded expectations

    To the Editor: This is in response to Steve Cameron’s column July 29 lambasting the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. I had the wonderful opportunity to attend the Hall of Fame induction ceremony this year, visit the museum in .

  • Events join forces for a day of music, beer, running Brew1.phatch

    Throw together a race, a beer competition and tasting and a music festival and you’ve got a Rhythm and Brews.  The event was an all-day affair comprising Manhattan Running Company’s Brew 2 Shoe 5k and 10k races on .

  • Flooding, growth pose challenges for candidates Ben-wilson-pic.phatch

    The race for the Riley County Commission District 1 seat is a contest of youth vs. experience between incumbent Dave Lewis and Ben Wilson, a Kansas State University student. As incumbent Dave Lewis said, “I have lived in this county longer .

  • ‘Everybody Counts’ prepares for upcoming school year 080214 comm 091.phatch

    Volunteers focused on feeding Riley County’s children and getting them the supplies they need for school the second Everybody Counts on Saturday. The event was a follow-up to the one that happened in January. “We didn’t see the .

  • Kansas House candidates on state’s issues Kathy martin.phatch

    The 64th District will have a new representative next session after Rep. Vern Swanson, R-Clay Center, elected not to run for reelection. Three challengers are seeking to take his place in the Republican primary on Tuesday: Glen Hawkins of Riley, .

  • JC man charged with making explosives

    Junction City police on Saturday arrested a 26-year-old man for making explosive devices in his home. A witness told police on Friday that Andrew Vancleave of Junction City was making explosives at his residence, 1701 Belair Drive. Officers executed a search .

  • Propaganda exhibit evokes patriotism of WWII

    Ray Kurtz was just an 8-yearold boy when American involvement in World War II started in 1941, but the nation’s fervent war effort inspired him to collect its memorabilia throughout his life. “The men — mainly men, and some women — were .

  • These ideas will make you money Image 31

    Help. I’m afraid I’m being watched. I’m not sure whether somebody’s following me, tapping my phone or screening my emails, but somehow, my ideas are being stolen — specifically, my business ideas. See, the evidence is stacked. .

  • If your phone is ‘spoofed,’ file a complaint with the FCC

    To the Editor: My phone was “spoofed.” I recently answered my phone without checking caller ID, and it was a telemarketer. I hung up my phone and checked caller ID to see who was calling me. It showed my phone .

  • Gossage is the best choice in GOP insurance primary

    To the Editor: Kansans have a rare opportunity this primary election season to affect public policy. Many do not know that it was insurance commissioners who wrote the model language for the Affordable Care Act — Obama-care — which has caused drastic .

  • Cats have elite QB-WR connection A1.11414.ksufb.lockett.phatch

    The weather this summer has been unseasonably cool, but there are still times after a long and grueling workout when Kansas State quarterback Jake Waters just wants to go home. More often than not, Tyler Lockett has other plans. “He .

  • ‘It’s Complicated’ delves into social lives of teens in Internet age

    When I saw this book on the shelves of new books at the Manhattan Public Library, I almost passed it by, doubting I would find anything new on this topic that has been so thoroughly discussed in recent years.  .






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