I appreciate Dr. Palmer Meek’s recent effort to clarify the tragic death of Scott Marshall. I will always recall with great sadness the heartbreaking loss of a young man so filled with promise and potential. I understand the need to correct the misleading information
To the Editor: Monday was tax day. Many on the right yell that we are so overtaxed they want to take their guns to Washington.
To The Editor: Citizen Washington Focus is a program offered to youth in the 4-H program. This June, 18 4-Hers and five chaperons will travel by bus to Washington, D.C., and stay at the National 4-H Youth Conference Center in Chevy Chase, Md., where we
Brittany Chambers has only been to Los Angeles once before — an overnight trip home after Kansas State’s game at UC Santa Barbara back in December. All that’s about to change now, though, as the senior guard was selected as the 22nd overall pick
On a cold, breezy day at City Park, the Manhattan High boys’ tennis team won its only home quad of the year on Monday afternoon. Rescheduled from April 9 after a rainout, the Indians pulled out the team victory with 10 points, ahead of second-place Marysville with
Facing a quick turnaround from last week’s home meet on Wednesday, the Manhattan High girls’ swimming and diving team still had enough in the tank to win on Monday. The Indians scored 426 points to finish ahead of second-place Emporia (361) and third-place Garden City (316). Hays (153)
Monday was a long night for the Manhattan High softball team. Hosting a triangular with Derby and Wichita Northwest, the Indians lost a tight game 3-2 in the late innings in the first game of the day, then had to sit and watch while the
An interdisciplinary team of graduate students from Kansas State University, the University of Kansas and the University of Missouri-Kansas City won the Urban Land Institute’s Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition with the entry “The Armory.” The award includes $50,000 for the students. The
A 16-year-old is in the custody of the Geary County Juvenile Detention Center after he allegedly battered a law enforcement officer Monday afternoon. Sgt. Brad Ingalls said Officer Bill Schuck first detained Frank Thompson, Manhattan, at about 1:40 p.m. for smoking inside Sunset Cemetery. Ingalls
A Waterville man died of apparent self-inflicted injuries last week. City officials identified the victim as James Ruiz, 31, of that city. They said he was pronounced dead at Community Memorial Hospital in Marysville. Additional information was not released.
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