Ned Seaton, The Manhattan Mercury’s general manager the past 14 years, has been named publisher and editor in chief. He succeeds his father, Edward Seaton, who becomes chairman of the company. Edward , 70, will continue his role overseeing the various Seaton enterprises. “It’s long past
In a few days, my daughter Hannah will walk out the door of Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School for the last time. I’ll cry a little, maybe a lot. I imagine I won’t be the only one. It will be a final goodbye to
Having worked to understand and improve U.S.-Russian relations, I was surprised to see the agreement in Moscow by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov regarding the conflict in Syria. The path to a negotiated end to
Manhattan’s Blue Valley Yacht Club is celebrating its 50th anniversary this summer with an open house June 1 at the yacht club on Tuttle Creek Lake. The club originated in June 1963 as a non-profit social organization to promote sailing and provide a place for those
Charles William “Bill” Baxter, 90, of Wamego, died Wednesday at the Wamego City Hospital.
A 12-year-old boy drowned in a Topeka hotel pool May 10. The boy was identified as Dalton Register of Fort Riley, according to police. The Topeka Capitol Journal reported Register was unresponsive after being pulled from an indoor swimming pool shortly after 7:30 p.m. that Friday
Joseph “Big Joe” Steiner, 76, Lecompton, died Thursday.
Allen Webster Janke, 79, of Manhattan, died Wednesday at Good Shepherd Hospice House. A celebration of life service is scheduled for 1 p.m., Tuesday, May 28, in the Community Room at Meadowlark. A full obituary will follow. For additional information please visit http://www.irvinparkview.com.
Shelley Ayala-McConnaughey, 45, of Wichita, died Wednesday at her residence in Wichita.
Stella Marie Cailteux, 88, of Manhattan, died Monday at Via Christi Village.
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