Twenty-five years of experience exited the USD 383 school board when Pete Paukstelis, Walt Pesaresi and Beth Tatarko wrapped up their terms with a final board meeting Wednesday. Since 2001, when Pesaresi was first elected, the three have seen the lows of two elementary schools closing due
To the Editor: I’m writing to take exception to something that was written in the sports section of the Sunday, June 23, Mercury. It was an article about Steve Fritz being named head boys basketball coach at Riley County High School for the coming year.
To the Editor: In the summertime here in Manhattan, parents and families are fortunate to have many good activities and programs to select from in making arrangements to fill their children’s days with healthy fun.
Through a highly competitive selection process, Kansas State University has emerged as one of the next program sites for First Scholars, a national program aimed at increasing graduation rates among first-generation students. As the first in their families to pursue a bachelor’s degree, these
A man used his GPS to track down the person who took his phone while at a bar in Aggieville over the weekend. Braden Erickson, 24, 1100 block of Claflin, told police someone took his cell phone while he was at Kites. He tracked the phone to
Marian Lucille Button, 82, of Clay Center died Monday at the Stoneybrook Care Facility in Manhattan.
Marilee Shogren, 83, of Manhattan died Monday at Via Christi Village in Manhattan.
Louis E. Hargrave, 82, of Randolph died Sunday at the Blue Valley Senior Living Center in Blue Rapids.
It’s as if someone had a Buddy Movie script left over from before we all knew about Mel Gibson’s and Danny Glover’s politics. This cop story, titled “The Heat” in that imaginative way that Hollywood has, was given to Paul Feig—who
Glen W. Rogers, 85, of Holton died Thursday.
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