Noel C. ‘Bud’ Gnagy, 91, of Waterville, died Tuesday at Atria Hearthstone West Assisted Living in Topeka. Survivors include wife, Virginia; son, Barrie Gnagy and wife, Carol, of Tecumseh; daughter, Cheryl Howerton and husband, Wayne, of Topeka; five sisters, Ona Crawford .
Fred J. Nelson, 91, of Manhattan, died Thursday at the Via Christi Village in Manhattan. He was born on June 21, 1922, in Riley County and had been a Manhattan resident since 1947. Additional obituary information and service times will announced later by the .
The endgame in Crimea is playing out exactly as Russian President Vladimir Putin drew it up. We shouldn’t be surprised — not even a little bit. And predictably, Mr. Putin is laughing at the token sanctions and rhetoric offered by .
To the Editor: We all know that as we age, parts of our bodies, like parts on old automobiles, fall apart or have to be replaced. I recently had my second replacement part installed — a “new left hip.” One arrives .
To the Editor: The annual Youth Lawn Mowing Clinic was held March 11 at Pottorf Hall in CiCo Park. This is a cooperative event put on by KSU Riley County Extension and the Manhattan Breakfast Optimist Club. The purpose of the .
To the Editor: Thank you for Sunday’s editorial regarding SB463, a bill that would make the head of the RCPD an elective office, and your subsequent coverage. Certainly we need professional leadership in the RCPD. We do not need .
There was little love for Topeka during Thursday morning’s Riley County Commission meeting. Debbie Regester, the county register of deeds, expressed her disapproval of Kansas Senate bill 298, which she reported had passed that chamber on Wednesday. It now moves .
A former Kansas State University employee can move forward with a racial discrimination lawsuit against the university, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled this week. Edwin Asebedo, a Hispanic man, alleged that his supervisor and former co-workers in KSU’.
Apparently U.S. Rep. Tim Huelskamp has decided on the old axiom that all publicity is good publicity. The 1st District congressman got hooked earlier this week, when he announced a lottery to give away NCAA tournament basketball tickets — to .
With high school basketball season in the rearview mirror, the Centennial League boys’ basketball coaches announced their all-league selections Tuesday night, with four Manhattan players honored. Topping the list for the Indians were juniors Payton Stephens and Pierson McAtee, who .
Despite gearing up for his final baseball season at Manhattan High, senior Josh Mullin made his college choice official last week, choosing to wrestle at Ottawa University. The program at Ottawa was just added and is in its beginning stages. .
Laurie Gregory of Wichita was the lucky winner of four tickets to the NCAA tournament this weekend in St. Louis, courtesy of a drawing from U.S. Rep. Tim Huelskamp’s office. According to a press release from Huelskamp’s .
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