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  • Board to discuss state’s school finance bill

    Members of the USD 383 Manhattan-Ogden Board of Education are scheduled to discuss the Kansas Legislature’s school finance bill, the district’s nondiscrimination policy and a couple maintenance projects at their 6:30 p.m. meeting on Wednesday. USD 383 director of business .

  • Driver flown to Topeka after cement truck rolls Wreck.phatch

    A cement truck driver was flown by Life Star helicopter to a Topeka hospital Monday after suffering serious injuries when his truck rolled onto its side in the 6200 block of Anderson Avenue. Riley County police and emergency officials responded to .

  • Vehicle crashes into beauty store

    A downtown beauty supply store needs a makeover — courtesy of a suspected drunken driver. At about 2 a.m. Tuesday, Riley County police responded to Linde International Beauty Supply, 114 S. Fourth St. Officers discovered that Scott Daougherty, 23, of Junction City, had .

  • Memorial for Ike a long time coming

    We’re confident that Kansans and other admirers of former President Dwight Eisenhower will one day enjoy visiting a memorial in his honor on trips to our nation’s capital. But we can’t begin to guess when that day .

  • Voter Empowerment Act could ease fraud hysteria

    To the Editor: I would like to add a few points to others’ comments in response to Roger Seymour’s letter April 9 regarding voter fraud (“Shame on the Mercury for ‘charade’ against Kobach.” As Richard Baker pointed out, the North .

  • Kobach’s voter suppression is hardly a source of pride

    To the Editor: Roger Seymour’s letter in last Wednesday’s Mercury about data on voter fraud and the paper’s “charade” against Secretary of State Kris Kobach has all the makings of misinformation and hysteria mas-querading as truth. Seymour .

  • Marionettes entertain Kansas State audience Christopher.conner1

    Forum Hall at the K-State Student Union recently housed a pair of performances by the Cashore Marionettes. The two performances featured the work of Joseph Cashore. Joe designs, creates and puppeteers his own marionettes and props. He also develops the .

  • Open house to feature discussion of flood risks

    Flood risks along the Big Blue River will be discussed at an open house Wednesday night, according to city senior planner Chad Bunger. The public is invited to this event, which is scheduled from 6-9 p.m. at Manhattan Fire .

  • GRACE V. GRAHAM

    Grace V. Graham, 75, of Manhattan died Monday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. She loved Manhattan and enjoyed the ten years that she lived at Homestead Assisted Living and most recently at Via Christi Village, both in Manhattan. .

  • EVA FAN

    Eva Fan, 78, of Manhattan, died April 12 at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. The family provided some of the following information. She was born on Aug. 23, 1935, in Hong Kong, the daughter of W.F. and Y.C. (Cheuk) Cheong. .

  • JOSEPH H. ROGGENKAMP

    Joseph H. Roggenkamp, 84, of Onaga died Monday at the Community Hospital in Onaga. He was born June 27, 1929, at Wheaton, the son of Otto and Johanna Maskil Roggenkamp. He attended Wheaton schools. Joe was a U.S. Navy Veteran. He was .

  • CLIFFORD D. EDWARDS

    Clifford Duane Edwards, 80, died April 10. He was born Jan. 20, 1934, in Atwood. He served in the U. S. Air Force from 1951 to 1955. He married Neva LouAnn Morgan in 1954. He graduated from Fort Hays Kansas State College in 1958. He served as English .





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