To the Editor: My God, is is unbelievable that David Guth’s career should be in jeopardy because of something he said or tweeted. Only a dummy, or a troublemaker, would think that he would like to see the children of NRA members shot.
To the Editor: I read with interest the story of September 25 on Obamacare numbers being lower than expected. It’s wonderful to have figures provided to back up your story especially, those provided by Kathleen Sebelius.
To the Editor: On one occasion I was in line at Walgreens waiting to be served by a pleasant middle-aged lady who addressed the gentleman ahead of me by the title “darling.”
Samuel Brinton, an alumnus of Kansas State University, received a Out to Innovate scholarship from the National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals. The scholarships are awarded to undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) programs who
Monday, September 30, 2013 9:00 – DIV III – KSL 9:00 Apple, Samuel Status (13 CR 361 Dom Batt) JJC III 9:00 Avila, Alejandro Arr. (02 CR 743 Agg. Battery, etc) BKD III 9:00 Brandon, Ashley Status (13 CR 545 CDP) KSL III 9:00 Branam, Demarco Status (13 CR533 Theft, Crim Use Fin Card) JJC III 9:00 Ellis, James SENTENCING (13 CR 75 Poss.
Facing Highland Park on the road, the Manhattan High football team won in a rout, 63-6 on Friday night in Topeka. Just as it did in the previous two victories of the season, the Manhattan defense was solid all night, holding the Scots to just
Kansas State University and Manhattan Area Technical College both bucked a trend with increased enrollment, according to data released Friday by the Kansas Board of Regents. The jumps occurred despite the state’s overall higher education enrollment being down this fall. Kansas State has 24,581 students
WAMEGO — Court will come to order in Oz. Dorothy Gale will have to answer for her alleged crimes at OztoberFest on Saturday. The K-State Mock Trial Club has changed its usual format for the festival, staging a fundraiser at which the audience will be the
Perhaps you noticed a story this week about the Jarbeaux House, that historic little structure at Fourth and Bluemont. City officials are puzzled about what to do with the place. So I have a suggestion. How about turning it into a mini-hospital — you know, kind
Police are reaching out to the local Hispanic community. With a relationship compromised by cultural differences, language barriers, racial and immigration issues, the Riley County Police Department is working to build stronger and more positive relationships with the 3,000-plus Hispanic residents in the area.
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