The patrol officers get the glory of the chase, but the lesser-seen corrections officers keep order in the jail while the justice system runs its course. For eight hours a day, Jess Wickizer keeps watch over about 80 inmates housed at the Riley County Jail. For
Manhattan’s Ben Lowman used a final round 4-under-par 68 to come from behind and win the 19th KGA Public Links Championship on Sunday at Auburn Hills Golf Course in Wichita. Lowman, who recently finished up his senior year on the Creighton University golf team, finished
Now, there is potential for a revitalized life of once elite performance horse stricken by injury and other disabling conditions. Adult stem cells, which have the ability to differentiate into almost any type of cell, have offered development of medical treatments for a wide range
Illene Almina Bender, 89, died Wednesday in Avon, Ind.
There’s a thoroughly entertaining production of the stage-musical “9 to 5” running at the Columbian Theatre in Wamego the next couple of weekends. As a first nighter I was entertained and surprised a bit. The surprise came from the way the 2008 show, based on the huge
Capitola Felina Woodman, 89, a longtime Manhattan resident, died Thursday at the Fayette Caring Center in Fayette, Mo.
City commissioners will dive into the thorniest question of summer — which (if any) adults can walk into the pool area without paying — at their work session Tuesday evening. The question landed on commissioners desks after members of the public raised heck about policy changes put
CORVALLIS, Ore. — The celebration and the trip to Omaha is going to have to wait just a little while longer for Kansas State. The Wildcats were looking to win Game 2 of the Corvallis Super Regional and advance to the College World Series for the first
Following a year that saw Kansas State reach unprecedented athletic, academic, administrative and fundraising success, John Currie was named an FBS Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year, the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) announced Monday. The honor, one of only four
John R. Stauffer, 90, of Westmoreland and formerly of Blue Rapids, died May 23 at Westy Community Care Home in Westmoreland.
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