Applications for the four KSU Social Club scholarships for the 2013-14 are due March 1. They are now available on the social club website at k-state.edu/socialclub. Stephanie Pulley, animal science and industry graduate student from Manhattan, received the $250 Dr. Michaeline Chance-Reay Community Woman scholarship.
Riley County Manhattan Megan Martini, Bachelor of Science in Education; Kelsey Matthews, Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude; Jessica Mayfield, Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology; Jessica McQueen, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Jason Meurisse, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Joshua Meyer, Bachelor
Batting around a few current topics…we continue dry…farmers and stockmen are becoming caught in a new cost-price squeeze…sold farm land last year was 74 percent bought by farmers…demand and prices for most farm commodities are falling. The good news is that some
Let’s go to southern California where a conference on social media is underway. Participants are learning how to utilize social media. Remarkably, one of the speakers is a farmer from rural Kansas. He is a cofounder of a new entity which is helping thousands
The last few days of Black History Month are coming up this week. We all have our ways of celebrating it such as learning some history, watching an NBA game, hugging a black person or ignoring it. Personally, I use the end of Black History
K. Glenn Axelton, 74, died Friday.
Judith Ann Heikes, 70, of Riley died Friday at the Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
Alan Leroy Parrish, 48, of Auburn, Neb., died Wednesday in Manhattan.
Leon Watson, 63, of Manhattan died Friday at his residence.
The Manhattan Area Garden Show wrapped up last weekend. Thanks to everyone that participated. Our theme was to provide information on proper watering. You have to have access to water to make it happen. One method to having water is to collect rain. I was
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