• More than 100 Republicans endorse Dem candidates

    More than 100 Republican politicians on Tuesday endorsed Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paul Davis and his running mate, Jill Docking. The group’s members, many of whom gathered in Topeka on Tuesday to announce the endorsement, include those who hold or have .

  • KSU breaks ground on Salina bulk solids center

    After five years of discussions, planning and proposals, the Kansas State University Bulk Solids Innovation Center is ready for construction following a groundbreaking ceremony on July 10. “The Bulk Solids Innovation Center is a prime example of how Kansas State University .

  • Workshop focused on regional goals set

    Work will continue Wednesday on developing future growth goals of the Manhattan area. This will be the second round of workshops for Manhattan Area 2035, the community-based effort to update the Manhattan Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and the Manhattan Area Transportation .

  • CDC’s problems must be corrected

    Americans are right to be alarmed at safety lapses and transparency issues at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. If the professionals of the CDC cannot be trusted to keep deadly viruses secure, who can? Several recent .

  • Wallace preps for national tournament Wallace0208.phatch

    Last year, when Manhattan High sophomore-to-be Mason Wallace went to Fargo, N.D., for the Asics/Vaughan Cadet and Junior Nationals, he was one of the youngest competitors in his division. When he returns to the summer’s final tournament .

  • Junior 17ers win opener at Zone

    The American Legion Manhattan Manko junior 17ers won the opening game of the Class A Zone tournament in Marysville, beating Marysville, 7-3. Manhattan found itself trailing midway through the game when Marysville scored two runs in the top of the .

  • Researchers discover ‘hands’ that help bacteria establish infection

    When it comes to infecting humans and animals, bacteria need a helping hand. Kansas State University biochemists have found the helping hand: groups of tiny protein loops on the surface of cells. These loops are similar to the fingers of .

  • One Act Play Festival proves fun for theatergoer Christopher.conner

    Manhattan Arts Center’s One Act Play Festival ran Friday and Saturday night. The third annual Festival presented three one-act plays with the performance hall set up in a thrust configuration. The first play, written by American playwright John J .

  • Ensuring Obama’s failure only weakens our country

    To the Editor: I am bewildered and saddened at the way our president and first lady are treated by many in this country. The personal attacks from the extreme right wing denigrating their appearance and color are reprehensible. Terrible depictions .

  • R. KAY McKEE

    R. Kay McKee, 88, died Monday, July 14, 2014 at his home in Abilene. The family provided the following information. Mr. McKee was born on Dec. 31, 1925, the son of Virgil and Esther (Ehrsam) McKee.  Kay graduated from Abilene High School was a .

  • ROSE HILL

    Rose (Uzelac) Hill, 88,  died Thursday, July 3, 2014 in San Marcos, Calif. The family provided the following information. Rose, a former Manhattan resident, was born on July 3, 1926, in Kansas City, Kan. She was preceded in death by her husband H. E. .

  • PAMELA HILL

    Pamela Jean Hill, 67, died Friday, July 11, 2014,  at St. Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City, Mo. The family provided the following information. Pamela was born on Sept. 13, 1946, in Kansas City, Kan., the daughter of H. E. and Rose Hill. Pam .







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