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  • Local |Business | November 10, 2013

    Sink, Gordon and Associates promotes Manhattan CPA

    Scott Lake, certified public accountant, has been promoted to senior manager. Lake is a graduate of Kansas State University and has been with the firm since 1998. Lake specializes in small business, corporate and partnership taxation, employee benefit plans, sales tax and nonprofits. He is a

  • Local |Business | November 10, 2013

    Manhattan bank reports profits in third quarter

    Landmark Bancorp, Inc, reported net earnings of $1,300,000 for the quarter ended September 30, compared to $1,200,000 for the third quarter of 2012. For the nine months ended Sept. 30, Landmark reported net earnings of $4.1 million, compared to $4.8 million in the first nine months of 2012. Also, Landmark’s board of

  • Local |Business | November 10, 2013

    CivicPlus continues to hire professionals

    CivicPlus hired Katie Manring to join the Client Care team as a community engagement consultant. She is a graduate of Kansas State University, with a major in English literature, and an associate degree in liberal arts. She will assist with driving new functionality and community

  • Local |Business | November 10, 2013

    Sports Clips taking donations for VFW

    Sport Clips Haircuts at 705 N Third Place in Manhattan is taking donations for its annual fundraiser, “Help A Hero” campaign. Since 2007, the program has supported the VFW’s “Free Call Days,” making more than 2 million calls home possible for deployed and hospitalized U.S. service

  • Gardening | November 10, 2013

    Winterize your lawn by fertilizing, mowing


    You may come across the phrase “winterizing the lawn.” It’s usually in connection with a fertilizer bag. There are a few things one can do to keep your lawn healthy at this time of the year. The lawn will “winterize” even without our input.

  • Women's Basketball | November 10, 2013

    Wildcats fry Tennessee State in 85-53 rout


    You could call it a youth movement, with a touch of veteran savvy thrown in, as the Kansas State women’s basketball team got its 2013-14 season underway with an 85-53 throttling of Tennessee State on Friday at Bramlage Coliseum. K-State coach Deb Patterson started

  • Men's Basketball | November 10, 2013

    Northern Colorado stuns K-State, 60-58


    Maybe season-opening games after winning a Big 12 title just isn’t Kansas State’s thing this season. As far back as the summer, K-State men’s basketball coach Bruce Weber said he was telling his team just how challenging the game against Northern Colorado could

  • Arts, Leisure | November 10, 2013

    ‘A Few Good Men,’ ‘Memphis’ and Brian Regan

    TODAY German Mennonite Meal, fair-trade craft and bake sale, noon-6 p.m. Pottorf Hall. Manhattan Arts Center presents “A Few Good Men,” 2 p.m. A special Veteran’s Day performance will be at 7:30 p.m. Monday, November 11. Also 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2:30 p.

  • Arts, Leisure | November 10, 2013

    Boys choir, orchestra are a treat for local ears


    The McCain Performance Series welcomed the St. Thomas Boys Choir of Leipzig together with the Leipzig Baroque Orchestra and Thomaskantor and Conductor Georg Christoph Biller (16th successor to Johann Sebastian Bach himself) to Manhattan’s First United Methodist Church for an evening of sacred music

  • Columns | November 10, 2013

    Obama must take more interest in the NSA

    It is hard to measure the damage Edward Snowden has done in releasing hundreds of thousands classified U.S. documents. U.S. spying, particularly on German Chancellor Angela Merkel, is the biggest story in Germany; it is hard to keep up with the issue in

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