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  • Obituaries | May 02, 2013

    Harold Alexander

    Harold Eugene Alexander, 84, of Leonardville died Wednesday at the Leonardville Nursing Home in Leonardville.

  • Obituaries | May 02, 2013

    Mary Hanson

    Mary Katherine Hanson, 89, of Marysville died Tuesday at Cambridge Place in Marysville.

  • Obituaries | May 02, 2013

    Harold Alexander

    Harold Eugene Alexander, 84, of Leonardville died Wednesday at the Leonardville Nursing Home in Leonardville.

  • Obituaries | May 02, 2013

    Gilbert Wille

    Gilbert Herman Wille, 103, of Wamego died today at his residence in Wamego.

  • Movies | May 02, 2013

    ‘Pain and Gain’ is risky for the $10 admission price

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    There are some folks in Riley County who are going to enjoy seeing “Pain and Gain,” Michael Bay’s latest cinematic offering. But this is one time when members of the public, theater owners, and studio executives might agree that the movies need a multiple

  • Editorials | May 02, 2013

    No settlement, no surprise

    Kansas state Rep. Paul Davis, a Lawrence Democrat who is the House minority leader, isn’t the only person not surprised that mediation efforts to resolve the school finance lawsuit have been unsuccessful. In fact, a breakthrough would have been a surprise — a pleasant one

  • Letters | May 02, 2013

    Help return Wounded Knee tract to the Lakota people

    To the Editor: Nathan Blindman, an Oglala Lakota from Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, informed attendants at the 2013 Flint Hills Wisdom Keepers Gathering in Council Grove on April 28 that an 80-acre tract owned by a nonIndian in the middle of the Wounded Knee massacre

  • Triangulate | May 01, 2013

    Hayden Abbott- Kansas State Basketball’s “Renaissance Man”

    Hayden Abbott graduated from Olathe, Ks- High School in 1954 and was prepared to give up his dream of playing college basketball and join the Air Force as his backup plan.  Abbott was told by two renowned orthopedic surgeons that he would never play basketball

  • Local |Business | May 01, 2013

    Area’s relative growth brings an uptick in demand for rooms

    Motels.phatch

    Manhattan has not only grown as a community, but it is also growing in tourism and attractions. That means more hotel space, too. Karen Hibbard, vice president of the Manhattan Convention and Visitors Bureau, said the growth is a rarity in the state and across

  • Local |Kansas State University | May 01, 2013

    KSU classified workers to vote on change from state employment

    Kansas State’s classified employees are considering moving from state employment to university employment due to a lack of recent pay increases and hiring flexibility. Classified employees’ pay raises are reliant upon state legislators’ approval under current civil service designation. If employees vote this fall


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