This is a fascinating book on the everyday character and eccentricities of memory, written by a man who is both a professional researcher studying memory and an astute personal observer of memory in himself and those around him. That combination of skills in itself makes
It isn’t hard to envision a resort at Clinton State Park outside Lawrence. The park and Clinton Lake are terrific assets, and given their proximity to Kansas City, a well planned resort there might well attract folks looking for an option to the Lake
To the Editor: I’m 22, a recent college grad-uate and a soon-to-be high school teacher; my time and money are as sparse as you can imagine. I have frequented Seth Child Cinema probably hundreds of times with no complaints.
To the Editor: Homecare & Hospice is celebrating its 35th anniversary this August. Since the organiza-tion’s founding in 1978, we as a community have witnessed the invaluable services it provides, as well as some exciting changes and events.
When Colin Noble decided to purchase a used fire truck from the city of Manhattan to give to the city of Lusaka in Zambia, he knew it would be a challenge to raise the money. But he didn’t realize that purchasing the truck would
To the Editor: Currently there are no all-ages venues in Aggieville or the Manhattan area. At any one time, there are 40 bands and other artists in the Riley County region.
An artist who sees the potential in nearly every medium she works with, Berit Bihl’s latest creative endeavor features yarn. Bihl, 73, a Kansas State University alumna and Manhattan resident, is occupying the K-State Student Union’s Kemper Gallery until Aug. 9 with 13 pieces that each
Growing up is a hard thing to do. The crash-course of life often gets especially hairy during adolescence. Being an only child, I didn’t have an older sibling to tell me about how to navigate the social aspect of school — no one to tell
Landmark Bancorp Inc. (NASDAQ: LARK), a bank holding company serving 17 communities across Kansas, reported net earnings of $1.4 million ($0.47 per diluted share) for the quarter ended June 30, compared to $1.8 million ($0.62 per diluted share) for the second quarter of 2012. For the six months ended June 30, Landmark reported
Fred Prindaville and Pat Prindaville retired from Pawnee Mental Health Services on July 31 after 35 years of service. They earned their doctorate degrees in clinical psychology from Syracuse University in 1977. The Prindavilles joined the agency in 1978 and received their licenses as psychologists in 1979. They
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