Whatever happened after happily ever after? Find out this weekend as the Junction City Little Theater presents the Broadway musical “Into the Woods.” Follow Stephen Sondheim’s story of a childless Baker and his wife, who must go into the woods to have their wishes
A Manhattan man accused of driving the getaway car during an aggravated robbery notable for its connection to a deadly February arson is scheduled to change his not guilty plea in federal court Thursday afternoon. Dennis Denzien, 20, is charged with brandishing a firearm during a
Veterans are having an exceedingly hard time finding jobs after leaving the military, said Arthur DeGroat, director of military affairs at K-State. “National statistical data indicates that post-9/11 veterans and their families leaving military service to rejoin the public are facing the most difficult conditions
TOPEKA — A detention hearing is scheduled to resume in federal court in Topeka in the case of a Kansas doctor indicted on four charges of illegal distribution of drugs from his Manhattan clinic. The hearing for 53-year-old Michael P. Schuster will continue Thursday before U.
Win or lose, this weekend will be Jake Seaton’s last tennis match as a Manhattan Indian. The senior will make his fourth appearance at state, this time as a top seed with a first-round bye and a good shot to improve upon his 11th-place
The Kansas Legislature seems poised to make another mistake, one that’s preventable and whose motivation stems from ideology and ambition. Lawmakers are about to give Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach the authority to investigate and prosecute voter fraud. Both houses have passed bills
To the Editor: For many years we, the members of the Flint Hills Iris Society, have enjoyed sharing our love of iris with you on Mother’s Day. This year, however, due to the cold spring, the iris aren’t blooming yet, so we have
Virginia Keim Honstead, 96, of Manhattan died Monday at the Meadowlark Hills-Bramlage House in Manhattan.
Doyle W. Morton, 78, of Coldwater died Tuesday at Comanche County Hospital in Coldwater.
Dona-Rose Katerin Hackerott, 81, of Manhattan died April 15, at Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.
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