Tuesday, December 1, 2015


  • Off The Beat | September 08, 2013

    What makes a song rock?

    Ned seaton

    And the Number 1 song in the history of rock and roll is…in a bit of a surprise, it’s…The Bangles, with “Walk Like an Egyptian.” Well, umm, no. That’s a joke I heard once on a classic-rock radio station countdown of the

  • Arts, Leisure | September 08, 2013

    CASA Comedy Club, plus Junction City’s ‘Annie’

    Today Junction City Little Theater presents “Annie,” 2 p.m. Musical by Meehan, Strouse, and Charnin, presented by the Junction City Little Theater. In this beloved musical, Annie, an orphan, and her dog Sandy are placed in the lap of luxury for a week as a

  • Local |Education | September 08, 2013

    MHS alumna researches how plants combat pest

    Anastasia Cooper, a Manhattan High alumna, is researching how plants defend against insects at Arkansas State University. Blue cactus-borers attack prickly pear cacti, and the cacti have an arsenal of defenses ready. However, when the South American cactus-borer attacks, it severely damages the plant. The

  • Local |Education | September 08, 2013

    MHS alum attends North Carolina

    Nathan Doubek Phillips of Manhattan has been accepted into the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Public Health in Chapel Hill, N.C. This fall, he started the two-year executive master’s program of Healthcare Administration. The program will allow Nathan to be a

  • Local |Education | September 08, 2013

    Local graduates from university in Michigan

    Darcy Buchman of Manhattan graduated with a bachelor’s degree in May from Saginaw Valley State University. Saginaw Valley State University is located on a suburban campus in Michigan’s Great Lakes Bay Region.

  • Local |Education | September 08, 2013

    Fort Riley woman earns Clemson degree

    Marjorie Frances Mayville of Fort Riley graduated from Clemson University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science on Aug. 9. Mayville was among more than 800 students who received degrees. Ranked No. 25 among national public universities, Clemson University is a major, land-grant, science- and engineering-oriented

  • Local |Education | September 08, 2013

    Local man makes state scholar-athlete team

    Zachary Nelson, a junior from Manhattan majoring in Health Science at Friends University, is one of 30 men’s basketball student-athletes that have been named 2012-13 Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Scholar-Athletes. The group consists of 15 seniors, eight juniors and seven sophomores. Student-athletes must have sophomore standing

  • Local |Business | September 08, 2013

    Shopping consultant offers service

    Gloria Newingham, a professional in fashion and accessories for women, recently retired from Dillards after 21 years. She is starting her own business, Gloria’s, to help people with their fashion needs. She will give personal consulting on fashion wardrobes, and help organize closets. She also

  • Local |Business | September 08, 2013

    RCPD officer retires

    Riley County Police Officer William “Bill” Schuck announced his retirement from the Riley County Police Department. Schuck began his career with the department in September 1985 as a patrol officer. He has served the department, citizens of Manhattan and Riley County in various capacities throughout his 28

  • Local |Business | September 08, 2013

    Martial arts studio earns accreditation

    Hackerott’s Leadership Academy, 4912 Skyway Drive, recently earned the status of Grade Jiu-Jitsu Certified Training Center. Jeremiah Hackerott, Gracie blue belt and owner, underwent months of testing to earn the status of Certified Instructor. In addition, extensive training was involved in getting the school approved

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