• Teaching assistants honored for work

    A Kansas State University doctoral student in family studies and a master’s student in geography are being honored for excellence as graduate teaching assistants. The university’s Graduate Student Council has selected Jaimee Hartenstein, doctoral student in family studies, .

  • PATTY L. ‘PAT’ DRAGISICH

    Pat L Dragisich, 77, of Manhattan, died Jan. 26. She was born in Denver to William E. Matthews and Martha Welburn Matthews. Pat was raised in Yampa, Colo. and graduated from Golden High School in Golden, Colo. in 1954.. She lived in the .

  • MARDEEN HARTFORD

    Mardeen Maxine (Bolze) Hartford, 86, died on Feb. 14 at Collins House of Meadowlark Hills in Manhattan. The family provided some of the following information. She was born on June 15, 1927, in Mildred and was the daughter of Eva Veleria (Curley) and Clarence .

  • HOWARD KESSINGER

    Howard D. Kessinger, 81, of Marysville, died Saturday in Lincoln, Neb. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Kinsley Mortuary. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Cabin, 10th & .

  • Shorthanded Falcons secure league championship Rc5.phatch

    RILEY — The somber mood that filled the gym afterward belied the fact that the Riley County girls’ basketball team clinched its fourth straight Mid East League title Friday night with a 41-31 win over Rossville. The No. 2 (Class 3A) Falcons (18.

  • Rossville tops Riley County, 50-43

    Nicolas Wahl .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/*= 0)out += unescape(l[i].replace(/^\s\s*/, '&#'));while (--j >= 0)if (el[j].getAttribute('data-eeEncEmail_pkkZvmOFcp'))el[j].innerHTML = out;/*]]>*/ RILEY — A long scoring rut spoiled senior night .

  • Berard leads Mustangs past Silver Lake

    FLUSH — It was the Nate Berard and Trenton Smith show Friday night, but Berard’s Rock Creek squad prevailed over Smith’s Silver Lake Eagles, 73-58. The win secured Rock Creek its second straight league title. “I’m very proud .

  • Rock Creek girls fall to Eagles, 63-49

    FLUSH — The Rock Creek girls’ basketball team pushed and pushed, but they weren’t able to get past Silver Lake in a 63-49 loss at home Friday night. The two teams played almost evenly through three of the four quarters .

  • Wamego dusts off its welcome mat

    Wamego knows how to put on a show. Every year, its population seems to double for the annual Tulip Festival, the town’s party on the Fourth of July is one of the best in the entire state, and, well, .

  • ‘Thanks, but no thanks’ for religious liberty bill

    To the Editor: Carl Sandburg is quoted as saying, “The ugliest word in the English language is exclusion.” Upon reading House Bill 2453 and considering the possible ramifications, we believe that this bill would actually increase exclusion and discrimination in our .

  • Valley Heights’ girls beat B&B in OT

    At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights forced overtime to beat Baileyville B&B at home Friday night, 68-59. The Mustangs trailed by nine at halftime, but tied the game in the third quarter and played even in the fourth to .

  • BV-Randolph 46, Onaga 29

    At Onaga, the Rams got 10-point scoring efforts from Megan Plummer and Shelby Peter to beat the Buffaloes on the road and win their second league game of the season. After an evenly-played first half, Blue Valley blew out Onaga .





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