Dean Leroy Picolet, 84, of McFarland died Monday in rural Belvue.
Harold E. Nehring, 74, of Wamego died Tuesday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.
Mary M. Wells, 80, of Inman died Tuesday at Heartland Haven in rural Inman.
Allegra Marie Reynolds died Saturday at St. Luke’s Hospital in Boise.
Beatrice “Grammy” Kroenlein, 96, died Monday in Lincoln.
Will Spradling probably wants to forget last Tuesday’s game against Kansas. After scoring 15 points to help Kansas State beat Oklahoma on Jan. 19, Spradling wanted more than anything to play a key role in the Wildcats’ game against the Jayhawks. But after missing his first
Kansas State University President Kirk Schulz, who has served on the NCAA Board of Directors since July, has been unanimously appointed to the NCAA Executive Committee, President Mark Emmert has announced. The Executive Committee is the highest governance body in the NCAA and is composed
At Onaga, the Frankfort boys (9-6, 4-3 Twin-Valley) used a 14-5 run in the second quarter to keep Onaga (9-5, 4-2) at arm’s length the rest of the way on Tuesday — winning 53-42. Alex Surdez led Frankfort with 15 points, including three 3-pointers, while Calahan
The plot of the new caper movie “Parker” may seem similar in some ways to the one for the quirky 1999 crime thriller “Payback,” a Mel Gibson film far more popular on TV than it was in theaters. The two movies were each based on novels
Michael Oren, the Israeli ambassador to the United States, told a Landon Lecture audience at Forum Hall Tuesday morning that Israel is this nation’s “ultimate ally.” Oren, an American-born Israeli historian and author, said he thought he knew about the relationship when he became
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