Helen W. (Wanda Lee) Baltunas, died Jan. 28 at Via Christi Village in Manhattan following an extended stay.
Rieka Ellen Gerkin, 59, died Jan. 16 in Wamego.
Ray Wauthier died Tuesday at the Meadowlark Hills Retirement Center here in Manhattan. He was 91. He was my major professor while I was getting my Master’s Degree at Kansas State in 1968. I last saw him during June of 2012 when former basketball
Al-Qaida’s offenses against humanity are too numerous to count. The gratuitous murders, the mutilations and the sheer terror inflicted by these Islamic extremists continue to outrage people of all faiths, including Islam. More than a decade ago in Afghanistan, Islamic extremists — the Taliban — demonstrated
In April, we will be voting for three open City Commission seats. I urge you to get to know your candidates and to make a wise choice… one that best represents your views and positions on the issues. I hope that as you get to
To the Editor: In Art Loub’s Jan. 30 letter, he made a reasonable request: “... maybe an informed Democrat or liberal in the Manhattan area can enlighten us gun-toting, Bible thumping, women-hating semi-literate dinosaur conservatives as to just what five things Obama did accomplish…”
On Thursday, the Riley County Police Department in conjunction with Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (commonly called ATF) conducted three drug-related search warrants in Riley and Pottawatomie counties. The search warrants resulted in the arrests of
Terry Joseph Howard Hersh, 24, reported an unknown caller called him asking for financial information. Officer Matt Droge, said Hersh said the caller said a recent credit card transaction did not go through and needed the information again to process the charge. Hersh gave the caller
The Manhattan Indians wrestling team ended its dual season with a split at Washburn Rural on Thursday. In the first match, Manhattan lost a nailbiter to Blue Valley Northwest 38-35, before coming back in the second dual and beating Rural 36-32 to end on a
After four season of leading the Riley County Falcons at quarterback, and countless honors along the way, Bryce Chavis is ready to go to the next level. The Riley County senior announced his commitment on Wednesday, choosing to play at Butler Community College next season.
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