At first glance, Hunter Scott’s art is a lot to take in. Scott, a non-degree-seeking graduate student at Kansas State University, creates self-portraits that use intense colors and often borrow from different art styles, such as baroque, but they also feature hundreds of pop-culture
Sales activity in the city declined during January, according to data released Wednesday. The city reported its March sales tax receipts at $874,400, down about $18,000 from the same month a year ago. March figures represent purchases made during January. It was the second consecutive month of
The Kansas Athletic Training Society is recognizing several students in Kansas State University’s athletic training program for outstanding academic achievement. Four students are earning the society’s All-Academic Honors, four students are earning second team All-Academic Honors and 10 students are earning honorable mention. Honorees
Another status hearing was set for the Ogden man accused of killing a 6-month-old baby in Riley Court District Court Tuesday afternoon. Michael Dechant, 19, appeared in front of Magistrate Judge William Malcolm via video communication from the Riley County Jail, with his lawyer, Larry McRell,
Police are estimating that the damage caused by a driver who apparently intentionally drove into Pawnee Mental Health Services on Claflin Road Tuesday is approximately $15,000. Officer Matthew Droge clarified Wednesday that the driver, Michael West, 61, 1416 Yuma St., struck a sign and light posts in front
If electronic waste like old computers, TVs, cellphones and more are gathering dust in the basement or garage, then it’s time for some “green cleaning” with the help of Manhattan’s second electronic waste collection event. A variety of electronics will be accepted for
William Michel, 81, of Manhattan died Wednesday today at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.
Sylvia Lorraine Joy, 92, died Saturday at Council Grove HealthCare Center in Council Grove.
Jack R. Dailey, 63, died Saturday in Camar, Mo., from a heart attack.
William Thomas “Bill” Moore, 68, of Manhattan died today at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
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