Junior-to-be Kyle Weldon highlights a host of Kansas State men’s golfers who are finding success in the amateur ranks this summer. Weldon led the 2013 U.S. Amateur Public Links qualifying event wire-to-wire to earn medalist honors. The Des Peres, Mo., product recorded 4-under 134 to
The Army announced Tuesday it would eliminate one infantry brigade at Fort Riley — one of 10 such cuts at bases across the country and abroad as the Army looks to reduce the overall number of soldiers by September 2017. Fort Riley is home to nearly 18,000 soldiers and
Tuesday’s announcement that the Army is de-activating the 4th Brigade Combat Team of the 1st Infantry Division is disappointing but not surprising. Nor, given the choices the Pentagon had, is this particular cutback unfair, though fairness must be a secondary concern to the needs
City commissioners recommended an increase to funding for Pawnee Mental Health and moved funding for Downtown Manhattan out of the general fund during Tuesday night’s work session. Several agencies at the meeting asked the commission to consider funding as part of the 2014 budget process.
The Manhattan/Riley County Preservation Alliance would like to express its concern regarding the plans to dismantle Peace Memorial Auditorium. When the City Commission discussed the matter during the June 4 meeting, missing from the information city staff provided to commissioners was anything about the
Through the first two innings of Tuesday’s game against the Kansas City Bullets, things were OK for the American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers. Through the first two innings, the 17ers trailed 3-2, but the game unfolded as the Bullets scored 16 runs in two
The American Legion Manhattan Manko junior 17ers split games against the Junction City Blues Tuesday night at the Eisenhower Baseball Complex. Manhattan dropped the opener 6-5, but came back with a 5-1 victory in the nightcap. “It’s probably the best I’ve seen us
Capitola FiLena Woodman, 89, of Fayette, Mo., died June 6 in Fayette, Mo.
City commissioners on Tuesday took a hard look at the contract with the Chamber of Commerce governing what the Convention and Visitors Bureau can use the Transient Bed Tax revenues for. Commissioner Wynn Butler said the decision to give $25,000 to the Fieldhouse Project group was
Margaret Caroline Sexton, 82, of Blaine and formerly of Independence, Mo., died Tuesday at Onaga Community Hospital in Onaga.
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