To the Editor: For about 15 years, we have flown an American flag almost every day and night in our front yard. Sunday morning we woke up to find that someone had stolen the flag and its 12-foot-tall pole.
To the Editor: Vote for Debbie Nuss for city commissioner.
To the Editor: The best choice for our fair city is John Ball with his ex-tensive leadership experience.
Steve Releford, 56, of Manhattan died Tuesday at the Stormont-Vail Health Center in Topeka.
Howard M. Harrison, 83, of Manhattan died Thursday at Meadow Lark Homestead House.
Helping students new to Kansas State University feel right at home will be the job of 27 current students who have been selected to serve with the university’s Wildcat Warm-up program. Wildcat Warm-up is an optional program offered in addition to the orientation and enrollment
Kids leave home for college all the time. That holds true even if the kid’s dad runs a college. Manhattan High senior Andrew Schulz, the son of K-State President Kirk Schulz, will attend Oklahoma State University next fall. The decision was announced this week.
“21 & Over” is a familiar sort of movie. It shows us college-aged kids out drinking and cavorting. And it has a Rite of Passage story, one where the central character or characters suddenly gain enough maturity to function as adults. But this time the story
Kansas State University Olathe and the Kansas Enrichment Network at the University of Kansas are partnering to bring an informal science education professional development opportunity to elementary and middle school teachers, March 14 and 15, at K-State Olathe, 22201 W. Innovation Drive. The National Partnerships for After School
The college football season is coming to Kansas State fans a little bit earlier next season — one day earlier in fact. K-State announced Tuesday that the Wildcats’ season opener against North Dakota State will be Friday, Aug. 30 at 7:30 p.m. from Bill Snyder Family Stadium,
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