To the Editor: It has taken me a while to put my thoughts concerning our downtown Poyntz Avenue in writing.
Going into Tuesday’s season-opening dual against Topeka High, Manhattan High girls’ tennis coach Joyce Allen knew what to anticipate from half of her team. Kristin Fraley, Cathy Lei and Caroline Sager were all playing varsity tennis last season, giving Allen a good idea of
Nobody said the words Tuesday, but one has to wonder now if a quarterback controversy might be brewing at Kansas State. Wildcats coach Bill Snyder heaped praise on junior Jake Waters following his first-career start last Friday in which he completed 21 of 29 passes for 280 yards
Kansas State had 13 former players on active rosters and one on injured reserve as NFL teams were mandated to trim their rosters to 53 players for the upcoming season this past weekend. Of the 14 players, eight are on offense and six are on defense. The longest-tenured
City Commissioners voted to look at alternatives to renovating the Peace Memorial Auditorium that would include keeping the stage and adding Parks and Recreation offices to City Hall during Tuesday night’s city commission meeting. Commissioners voted against moving forward with current plans that would
Gerald “Jerry” Umbaugh, 91, of Manhattan, died Sunday at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
Elver Richter, 87, of Leonardville, died Monday at the Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
When states began decriminalizing marijuana, one of the big questions — to growers, smokers, state authorities and law enforcement — was how the federal government would react. The feds could have quashed the movement to approve medical marijuana use, which was the initial breakthrough, and the more
To the Editor: The city auditorium, stage and balcony were built by this community to honor the 101 Riley County servicemen who died in World War II and about 2,000 other county veterans who survived. The facility was named Peace Memorial Auditorium in their honor.
To the Editor: The Wednesday, August 28, edition of the Mercury contained an “I Wonder” article about the construction on Poyntz Avenue and the effect it would have on downtown parades.
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