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  • Wamego native inducted into Phi Kappa Phi honor society

    BATON ROUGE, La. —  The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi announced that Sara Glotzbach of Wamego, was recently initiated into Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Glotzbach was .

  • Bergman students win science fair

    Three Bergman Elementary School fourth graders won first place among fourth to eighth grade Earth and Space Science category competitors in the Kansas State Science and Engineering Fair this month. Ashi Wickramasundara, 10, Jecca Park, 10, and Elise Girard, 9, were the team .

  • ‘Romeo and Juliet’ ballet, Flint Hills Day and more

    TODAY    Read to Dogs, 2-4 p.m. Read to a certified therapy dog. Manhattan Public Library Storytime Room.   McCain Performance Series. “Romeo and Juliet.” Moscow Festival Ballet, 4 p.m. Shakespeare’s tragic tale told with the beauty and splendor of .

  • Situation in Ukraine grows more dangerous

    The situation in Ukraine continues to deteriorate, and resolving the crisis in a manner that will serve Ukrainian, Russian and American interests is increasingly difficult. A couple of things are clear. First, Russian President Vladimir Putin holds the key cards. .

  • Monroe’s attorney: Plea bargain imminent

    WESTMORELAND — A plea agreement is likely between prosecutors and Dustin Monroe, the Wamego man involved in a December shooting incident at the Quality Inn and Suites in Manhattan, his lawyer said. On Friday in Pottawatomie County District Court, Monroe, 33, waived .

  • Looser gun laws won’t make us safer

    Once there was reason to believe that Americans collectively would come to our senses about guns and gun violence. If nothing else, maybe the shock of mass murders would jolt us into productive actions. Such tragedies have made household words .

  • Internet, transit top priorities at meeting

    If the state and federal government ran more like Thursday night’s joint Flint Hills Regional Council and Flint Hills Frontiers workshop, it’s safe to assume our representatives would be talking about solutions more than problems. That was the .

  • ‘Transcendence’ not engaging enough to hold one’s attention Christopher.conner1

    What happens when the development of Artificial Intelligence is given a jump start by uploading a conscious mind? That’s the question explored in Wally Pfister’s directorial debut, “Transcendence.” Dr. Will Caster (Johnny Depp) is a top Artificial Intelligence .

  • An evening conversation: no joke Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    At first it seemed like maybe KDOT was a having a laugh. That’s the Kansas Department of Transportation, in case you’re visiting from another country. Bulgaria, maybe, or Mississippi. Anyhow, you know those temporary highway warning signs that .

  • Thomson signs with Cloud County B1.3113.rileywbk.phatch

    Some things are just a natural fit. Riley County guard Katelyn Thomson’s official signing to join the Cloud County women’s basketball team may just be one of those things. In Thomson the Thunderbirds will get a versatile backcourt .

  • Two Manhattan swimmers sign

    Two of Manhattan High’s top girls’ swimmers made their college decisions official at signing ceremonies in the last week. Alana Bucholtz chose to swim at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, while Amanda Buckwalter signed her letter of intent .

  • MHS tennis wins Salina tournament

    Playing at full strength in an eight-team tournament in Salina, the Manhattan High boys’ tennis team put together a solid performance from start to finish, winning the tournament in the process. The Indians finished well ahead of the competition, scoring 59 .





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