Jayla Memarie Vincent, infant daughter of Jeff and Jana Vincent and little sister of Jace Vincent, passed on Nov. 17, 2012 when she was welcomed into the world as a sleeping angel. She was born in Baton Rouge, La.
Dean LeRoy Picolet, 84, died Monday in rural Belvue.
The 2013 Kansas State baseball team will sign autographs along the concourse on the north end of Bramlage Coliseum prior to Wednesday night’s men’s basketball game against Texas. The autograph session will begin at 6 p.m. and will feature a team that returns 15 letterwinners,
The Manhattan Christian College women’s basketball team defeated two Top 10 NCCAA Div II teams this past weekend. On Friday, the No. 5 Crusaders handed seventh-ranked Central Christian a 66-51 defeat. Guard Sarah Wenger had 15 points for Manhattan. Lindsey Anderson and Ashley Valentine added 14 and 12 points
The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team picked up a pair of wins over the weekend, defeating Central Christian College of the Bible (Mo.), 73-54 on Friday night and knocking off St. Louis Christian College on Saturday, 97-63. Friday night, MCC was led
Several area teams checked into the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association rankings this week. The Manhattan High girls’ team is ranked ninth among Class 6A teams, while the Wamego girls are No. 2 in 4A. Riley County is seventh in 3A, while Frankfort is No. 7 in 1A-D2
Congress is still a long way from signing off on comprehensive immigration reform, but the steps announced by a bipartisan group of senators Monday are worth celebrating for a couple of reasons. First, the very fact that senators from different parties can still work together
Bob Hartenstein picked up a hole-in-one on Monday at Stagg Hill Golf Club. The 76-year-old took advantage of the warm January weather to get out and put the ball in on one shot on the 17th hole of the course. He used a 7-wood from 104
To the Editor: This is in reference to the letter to the editor in Sunday’s paper, “Congressmen do not reflect our views on gun safety.”
To the Editor: Many thanks to the Mercury for the excellent article about Doug Muller, the agriculture instructor at Manhattan High School. This was well-deserved recognition.
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