Officials at the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the theft of several electronic items from Wal-Mart and said they have identified two male suspects. Sheriff Greg Riat said the theft occurred on May 21 at about 9:20 p.m., after two white males, who appear
Deputies with the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office have recovered two missing vehicles, earlier reported as stolen, but they are still asking the public for help in their disappearances. Sheriff Greg Riat said the sheriff’s office was notified Sunday by an employee of Bub
Darcie Anne Brannon, 60, of Manhattan died May 14 in Manhattan.
James Dean Eyestone, 59, of Manhattan died Monday at the Stormont-Vail Regional Medical Center in Topeka.
Edward “Ed” William Phillips, 60, of Wamego died Saturday at his home in Wamego.
Jessie A. Foster, 82, a longtime Manhattan resident died Saturday in Flower Mound, Texas.
Bob Dole was a savvy politician. A conservative Republican, he led Senate Republicans for a decade. He could throw and take a partisan punch, but he knew that getting things done on Capitol Hill — governing — required working with rather than against Democrats. He was an
To the Editor: If the current Kansas Senate tax bill is passed into law, Kansans would lose home interest, property taxes and itemized or standard deductions from their state income taxes. Our taxes will thus increase.
Arkansas and Wichita State both have rich histories in the NCAA baseball tournament. Kansas State and Bryant? Not so much. The Shockers will be making their 28th appearance in the NCAA tournament, and their first since 2009. The Razorbacks are in the tournament for the 26th
The Kansas State baseball program will be hosting a variety of camps this summer for kids of all ages — starting with Junior Wildcat Camps (Ages 6-9) June 10-12 for $100 from 8 a.m.-noon, and (Ages 10-13) June 17-19 for $135 from 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
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