LaVon Blevins, 89, died Monday at the Via Christi Village in Manhattan.
Horace Byron Lee, 96, died Sunday after spending the month at Ocean Trail Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center in Southport, N.C.
Carmen Cordova, 100, of Manhattan died peacefully in the arms of her daughter, Alicia, on March 15 in Lakewood, Colo., a suburb of Denver.
Though turnout in this spring’s election wasn’t what we would like to have seen, those voters who wanted to speak did so loudly and clearly, at least with regard to the Manhattan City Commission. In electing Karen McCulloh, Usha Reddi and Rich Jankovich,
To the Editor: Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.
To the Editor: Over the past 10 years I have had the privilege of being involved in a ladies’ organization here in Manhattan called World Friendship. It began more than 40 years ago as a result of a desire to welcome and integrate into the community the
To the Editor: I’m writing in response to the March 27 editorial on robo-calls. Although my husband has helped with the organization Citizens for a Moderate Manhattan, I’m not writing on behalf of him or the organization. As a former journalist, I was disappointed
Tanner Witt couldn’t remember the last time he had a game like he did Tuesday, and it seemed like just as long since he hit a ball over the fence, too. It all came together against Nebraska on Tuesday at Tointon Stadium, as Witt
While Salina Central may have started the game with the opening kick, it didn’t take long for the Indians to get into a groove. The Manhattan High girls’ soccer team continued its winning streak to go 3-0 this season on Tuesday evening, beating Salina
Kansas State’s Brittany Chambers garnered another national honor for her trophy case on Tuesday, as she was named to the Associated Press All-America team as an honorable mention selection. Chambers became the sixth player in school history to earn AP All-America honors and the
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