McPHERSON — The last time Manhattan High met Olathe South on the basketball court, the Indians struggled in a 61-40 loss at the 2012 state tournament. The rematch at the Mid-America Classic championship game was quite a bit more competitive, though the Indians fell 51-48 to the
Anticipating growth along the K-18 corridor, planners have put together a document on how and where to develop the area between Manhattan and Ogden. The plan is a joint project among the cities of Manhattan and Ogden, along with Riley County. Eric Cattell, the city’
Throngs of sixth, seventh and eighth graders gathered in Rathbone Hall on Saturday for an annual engineering competition that challenges students’ imaginations and creativity by building model cities that solve current environmental problems. This year, 34 schools participated in the regional Future City Competition at Kansas
Officials at Mercy Regional Health Center are looking to hire a much-needed nurse in the Emergency Department who can assist sexual assault victims following their assault and collect evidence for law enforcement. The position, known as a SANE/SART (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner/Sexual Assault
Ross J. “Bill” Davenport, 89, died Monday in Manhattan.
Maruja (Mary) Bianchini Torres, 92, of Valley Vista in Wamego died Dec. 30 at the Wamego City Hospital.
Russell E. Sanner, 82, of Waterville, died on Thursday at his home in Waterville.
Elden E. Klocke, 95, formerly of Clay Center, died Thursday at the Life Care Center in Andover.
Shirley Mae (Twitty) Higuera, 71, of Westmoreland died Friday at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
Velda Jackson, 79, of Topeka died Saturday, at Presbyterian Manor. Velda was born in Manhattan. Services are pending with Penwell-Gabel Southwest Chapel.
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