• Technical education enrollment numbers continue to increase

    TOPEKA — Eighteen-year-old Carolymar Rodriguez remembers her senior year of high school as a whirlwind of fast-paced classes. The Topeka native spent the year splitting her time between her school, Washburn Rural High, and Washburn Tech, where she spent three hours .

  • K-State graduate receives fellowship

    A May 2014 graduate of Kansas State University has received a fellowship from Phi Kappa Phi. Jenny Barriga, a magna cum laude graduate in chemistry and biochemistry, Dodge City, is one of 51 students nationwide this year and one of 23 students from .

  • MARION LUND

    Marion E. Lund, 84, of Clay Center, died Friday, July 25, 2014, at the Clay County Medical Center in Clay Center. Funeral services are pending with the Anderes-Pfeifley Funeral Home in Riley..

  • Riley County Attorney’s Office Calendar

    Monday, July 28, 2014 DIV III – NO APPEARANCES 10:30 -  BRW 10:30 Farrington, Kenneth Arr. (14 TR 838 DUI [4th], Test Refusal [3rd], etc.) JWG I 10:30 Hughes, Jeffrey Intermediate Sanctions Hrg (12 CR 562) JJC I 10:30 Johnson, Terri Intermediate Sanctions Hrg (13 CR 85 Abuse) BCF I 10:30 Lopez, Thomas .

  • K-State ranks on best value list

    Kansas State University was among the highest-rated schools in the region to make a national website’s list of best value colleges in the Midwest. K-State ranked above other schools in the state. At No. 14, it also ranked higher than .

  • Did the city pick ‘Wabash’ manhole covers on purpose?

    Q: Did Manhattan city officials install manhole and water meter covers from companies in Wabash, Ind., to play off Kanas State athletics’ adoption of “The Wabash Cannonball?”.

  • Sales tax receipts on par with 2013’s

    Manhattan’s 2014 sales tax figures are on par with 2012 and 2013 through the mid-year point. City finance director Bernie Hayen said the overall figures through July are flat compared with the same time period in 2012 and 2013. The overall 2014 sales tax receipts .

  • So one California is not enough?

    There are folks in California who are genuinely serious about splitting the Golden State into six states. Then again, there are folks in California who are serious about a lot of things that don’t have a snowball’s chance .

  • Senate hopeful wants to move beyond 2-party system Gregormanvert.phatch

    U.S. Senate candidate Greg Orman told the Mercury on Thursday he’s trying to move beyond the labels of a two-party system to fix what’s ailing Congress. Orman, who lives in Olathe, is running as an Independent for .

  • The issue of economic recovery

    The defining issue in state elections is candidates’ positions regarding “the path of our economic recovery.” So wrote Republican state Rep. Steven Becker of Hutchinson in a recent letter to the Hutchinson News, as he asked, “Does the candidate sup-port .

  • Philosopher strives to understand how words acquire meaning

    Why does the word “dog” have meaning? If you say “dog” to a friend, why does your friend understand you? Kansas State University philosopher Elliott Wagner aims to address these types of questions in his latest research, which focuses on .

  • Student Cargill Global Scholar

    Kylie Hardman, a sophomore in human resource management at Kansas State University’s College of Business Administration, has been selected as a Cargill Global Scholar for the 2014 academic year. “This is a really fantastic opportunity that I hope to gain .





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