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  • Summer less fun for teachers’ loved ones Megan.moser1

    It was great growing up as a teacher’s kid. Maybe you’ve heard people use the term ‘preacher’s kid’ or ‘PK’ to describe the child of a pastor, minister or other religious leader. And along with that label .

  • Fun, tradition endure at Waterville’s Wooden Nickel Day Waterville-1.phatch

    WATERVILLE — The city of Waterville is no doubt a remote community. Forty miles north of Manhattan on U.S. Highway 77 and hidden away in the rolling shades of the now green Flint Hills with other blink-and-you-miss-them communities, such as Blue .

  • KSU expert offers safe grilling tips

    A K-State food safety specialist warned consumers to be extra careful when grilling out this holiday weekend. Bryan Severns, director of food programming and services for Kansas State University Olathe, said all food, especially raw meat, has pathogens in it. “.

  • MHS Pops Choir marks 50 years of gleeful performing

    Manhattan High Schools Pops Choir turned 50 years old this year, and one of its original members — now a play and screen writer in California — was back in town. Richard Broadhurst of Sacramento, Calif., was a senior in high school when .

  • MHS grad’s film wins at Cannes Mike coleman.phatch

    A film whose executive producer grew up in Manhattan won a top prize at the 67th Cannes Film Festival in France this weekend. “Foxcatcher” won the best director prize for Bennett Miller, who also directed “Moneyball.” The film is the .

  • Entrepreneur center names new director

    Chad Jackson is the new director of the Center for the Advancement of Entrepreneurship at Kansas State University’s College of Business Administration. Jackson had been serving as the center’s interim director for the past year. “Chad Jackson is .

  • Market makes country living convenient

    “Oh, darn, I forgot. There’s one more thing I need.” Have you ever had that experience — where you started on a project and found you had forgotten one essential item? It happens all too often when cooking in the .

  • Retired Supreme Court Justice outlines Constitution reform

    This important book by retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, who served on the highest court from 1975-2010, proposes six constitutional amendments based on his experience on the bench.  While some are well-known, oft-debated issues (campaign finance, death .

  • ‘Desire Map’ keen on goal-setting… if that’s your thing

    True or false: All we have to do is “believe” and all our dreams will be granted. Are we wasting time and energy by wishing on stars? Will setting goals give you everything you desire? In this world, not everyone .

  • Really! An exciting look at grass

    “Grass don’t get no respect, ” to paraphrase the famous comedian. When we go out to commune with nature, we look at the tall trees, the forbs, the large areas of cultivated fields and pastures planted to non-native forage grasses, .

  • Grill season is here… and so are some handy cook books Pecoraro

    Summertime is almost here. It’s the time of year when our thoughts turn to the smell of the open fire, the sizzling of grilled meat, and the joys of outdoor cooking. The word barbecue derives from “barabicu,” a word .

  • ‘The Giver’ finale intrigues

    In 1993, Lois Lowry wrote “The Giver,” which won a Newberry Medal. Since then, she has written three other books in the series. In 2012, Lowry wrote the last installment, “The Son,” which overlaps the time period in which Jonas, the protagonist .





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