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  • Letters | May 05, 2013

    Support of Ethiopia Reads fundraiser appreciated

    To the Editor: “Imagine a place without books,” challenged Jane Kurtz, author of “Lanie, the 2010 American Girl Doll of the Year.” Ms. Kurtz shared inspirations for her writing and her work as a founder of Ethiopia Reads at an event last Sunday at Manhattan’s

  • Columns | May 05, 2013

    Russian-U.S. relationship on the rise

    Foreign policy can sometimes seem to be irrational despite the efforts of academics and policy-makers to make it clear. It is surprising how often an unexpected or unrelated event can energize important aspects of foreign policy.  In the case of the United States and

  • Local |Business | May 05, 2013

    Central National Bank adds staff member

    Central National Bank added Darci Cain to the trust administration staff.  Cain will be located in Manhattan at the College Avenue and Claflin Avenue location, which has never housed a trust and wealth management specialist. Cain joins the staff at Central after several years

  • Local |Business | May 05, 2013

    Masterson joins Berkshire Hathaway

    Former Manhattan resident, Bill Masterson Jr. was named vice president at Berkshire Hathaway’s BH Media Group. Masterson, 52, was publisher for The Times Media Co., Northwest Indiana’s largest media company. He said the new job will give him the opportunity to be loser to

  • Court Calendar | May 03, 2013

    Riley County Attorney’s Office Calendar

    Monday, May 6, 2013 9:00 – JJC 9:00 Bise, Terrance Status (13 CR 244 Violation of PO) JJC III 9:00 Brezina, McKayla Status (13 CR 184 MIP) BRW III 9:00 Cunigan, Vincent Status (13 TR 745 DUI [1st], Imp. Ln Change, Dr. Left of Ctr.) JWG III 9:00 Dungey, Michael Status (13 CR 230 Battery) BKD III 9:00 Jones, Cynthia Waiver/PLEA (13

  • Local |Government, Politics | May 03, 2013

    County hears appeal for added security in courthouse, offices

    Riley County officials discussed security precautions for the county office building and the Riley County Courthouse Thursday, reacting to recent passage of a state law allowing those with concealed carry licenses to bring weapons into government buildings. Local governments will be allowed to exempt themselves

  • Local |Kansas State University | May 03, 2013

    KSU expert says Chechnya’s history could provide context to Boston terrorism

    A Russian military history expert at K-State said Thursday that Chechnya’s history can contribute context to the Boston Marathon bombing. David Stone, K-State’s Pickett chair for exceptional faculty and professor of military history, said he didn’t see a direct link between the

  • Local |Kansas State University | May 03, 2013

    K-State Baja SAE breaks top 20

    Kansas State University Salina’s Baja SAE team broke the Top 20 for the first time ever at the international Tennessee Tech Baja SAE competition in Cookeville, Tenn., April 18-21. The event host was Tennessee Technological University. The K-State Salina team was among the 100 teams from

  • Local |Business | May 03, 2013

    Monthly sales tax revenues up for first time this year in April

    Manhattan sales tax revenues edged upward for the first time in 2013 during April. Sales tax revenues were $779,560 for that month, about $2,100 more than was collected during the same month in 2012. Finance director Bernie Hayen said grocery and car sales were the driving factors for the

  • Obituaries | May 03, 2013

    Joenne Stanesic

    Joenne Stanesic, 80, a longtime resident of Junction City died April 27 at the Kay Pogue Hospice Center in Salina.

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