Louis E. Hargrave, 82, of Randolph died Sunday at the Blue Valley Senior Living Center in Blue Rapids.
It’s as if someone had a Buddy Movie script left over from before we all knew about Mel Gibson’s and Danny Glover’s politics. This cop story, titled “The Heat” in that imaginative way that Hollywood has, was given to Paul Feig—who
Glen W. Rogers, 85, of Holton died Thursday.
The dominant individual athlete of recent years won again Sunday, and as usual, few noticed. That’s the nature of excellence in women’s golf. For Inbee Park, the four-shot victory in the U.S. Women’s Open was her third major championship since late
After dropping their first game on Sunday, the American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers salvaged a split with a win in Game 2, finishing the weekend in St. Joseph, Mo., with a 3-1 record. Against Next Level baseball in the day’s second game, Manhattan got
With lower temperatures and some help from event organizers, Country Stampede went very well from a safety standpoint, officials said Monday. Larry Couchman, the county’s emergency services director, said overall numbers were down from the previous year. Couchman reported that EMS saw around 383 patients,
In April, city commissioners changed a few city ordinances governing fireworks and Fourth of July celebrations. Residents of Manhattan can no longer buy, sell or shoot fireworks commonly known as sky lanterns. These fireworks are small hot-air balloons, typically made of paper, that have a
Recently, when a guy was introducing himself to me, he said his sister was coming down for Stampede this weekend. I asked if he had other siblings. No, just the sister. Cool, I said. I’m an only child. Now there are a couple of
A new law that goes into effect Monday requires cities, counties and higher education institutions to permit the concealed carry of weapons inside their buildings unless they specifically seek an exemption from the law. Local bodies affected by the law are exercising their opportunity to
For the third time in three weeks, District Judge John Bosch set aside a plea agreement Thursday, this time handing a more lenient sentence to a man accused of starting a fire at a construction site in the summer of 2012. The case is out of
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