Mitchell Lee McClung, 51, of Salina died Tuesday at Community Memorial Healthcare in Marysville.
If you’ve never heard of the Society of Resource Management, don’t worry. That firm is saying — betting? — that 57 percent of America’s workplaces will hold NCAA tournament pools this year. The company didn’t say what percentage of police departments will be conducting
To the Editor: I wish to endorse Karen Mc-Culloh for the City Commission. She is a person who recognizes and promotes positive programs that enhance the well-being of Manhattan. At the same time, she is fiscally conservative and will only approve expenditures for which the
To the Editor: During much of my personal and professional life, I have been surrounded by positive and dynamic role models. I have had the privilege to know women who were smart, community-oriented and forward-thinking.
To the Editor: I would like to encourage all of the electorate in Manhattan to cast their votes for the children of the taxpayers in this community. This means that come April 2, we need to vote for John Ball, Bob Strawn and Daniel Hogan.
Paying for the MPO Should the economic development portion of the half-cent sales tax be used to off-set the cost of the Metropolitan Planning Organization? John Ball: Yes. I believe that MPO functions can be directly tied to core economic development requirements. Also, by using
To the Editor: I am voting for Deb Nuss for City Commission. Deb has a strong history of commitment to the community of Manhattan. She has long been a presence at commission meetings as well as work sessions, and is well familiar with the challenges
Things went pretty well for Kansas State the last time the Wildcats opened the NCAA Championship in Kansas City. It was 1964 and Lyndon Johnson was president, the first-ever Mustang was rolled off the assembly line, the Beatles made their U.S. television debut on the
It’s only Monday, but time is already ticking on the Kansas State coaching staff as it prepares to open the NCAA Championship on Friday in Kansas City. The fourth-seeded Wildcats won’t even know what team they’re playing until late Wednesday night, as
Kansas State just spent three days at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo., for the Big 12 Championship — and now its going back. The Wildcats (27-7) were selected as the No. 4 seed in the West Region Sunday, and will open play on Friday in Kansas
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