Marilyn Regina (Magnett) Eichem, 69, of Westmoreland, died Friday at the Rossville Care Home where she had been a resident since January of 2009. She was a life-long resident of the Westmoreland area.
Billie “Ann” Baldock, 80, of Alma, died at the Alma Manor. Full obituary and service information is pending and will be announced by Campanella-Gentry Funeral Home.
Bob Lee Suggs, 51, of Manhattan, died Saturday at Mercy Regional Health Center.
Lily Collins plays auburn haired Clary, the supernaturally-powered heroine of “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones,” and spends all of her time on-screen either fighting or flirting. The latter is particularly appropriate for this film, which is based on a two-book series intended for young
To the Editor: The League of Women Voters of Manhattan/Riley County is accepting nominations for the Edith L. Stunkel Good Government Award. The award will be presented on Sunday, Sept. 15, in a program to be held from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Blue Earth
To the Editor: As our city commissioners do their best to serve all the people of Manhattan in the most money-saving way possible, the issue of the Peace Memorial Auditorium has arisen. It is suggested that “the people” be heard from. So far, that has
As NFL teams continue to trim their rosters in anticipation of the start of the regular season, several former Kansas State football players found themselves without a team on Sunday. The Kansas City Chiefs cut sixth-round draft pick Braden Wilson, while the Denver Broncos cut
After months of competition between Jake Waters and Daniel Sams,Kansas State coach Bill Snyder has picked his quarterback. Snyder announced Monday during the Big 12 coaches teleconference that Waters will be the starter when the Wildcats host North Dakota State this Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Before Kansas State University students return to classes on Monday, thousands of them have to move into their new homes in the residence halls. Hannah Robinson, who is majoring in business at K-State, moved into Boyd Hall on Saturday. “I had never been in the
Love him or hate him, Tim Huelskamp can draw a crowd. The First District representative in Congress showed that Friday afternoon when nearly 140 persons showed up for his Town Hall appearance at the Manhattan Public Library. Judging from more than 15 questions fired at the congressman
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