To the Editor: The dismal news we have been reading lately about some of our legislators has us turning to our techniques of trying to feeling better. Some take a drink. Some create a problem for themselves by reaching for a drug. Some clutch their
Q: Two questions: (1) I wonder what that strange tower is behind the Pebblebrook Apartments off Anderson Avenue? It looks like a very tall bottle brush. Cell phone tower disguised as a tree? (2) I wonder what is being built just south of the high school? A
Housing construction in Pottawatomie County is booming. In monthly updates Monday, three department heads told county commissioners that housing-related activity in their offices is has taken off in the past month. “Things are not slowing down at all. They’re really moving,” said Betty Abitz,
Bill Felber, executive editor of The Mercury for nearly three decades, has announced his retirement. Felber will officially retire around Oct. 1, but announced his decision now in order to give the newspaper time to make a smooth transition to his successor. “I’ve never viewed
Kansas State University administrators said Tuesday they will announce next week how they intend to address reduced state funding. Officials are spending this week determining implementation strategies for dealing with fiscal year 2014 and 2015 budgets approved by lawmakers. Those budgets included 1.5-percent across-the-board reductions in the
The USD 383 school board will discuss a preliminary report on the Manhattan High School East Campus facility study at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Robinson Education Center. Gould Evans of Lawrence started the facility analysis after the school board approved it in February. The board
Working professionals are getting help advancing their careers with a new online Master of Business Administration program from Kansas State University. The K-State College of Business Administration has partnered with the Division of Continuing Education to offer an accredited online master’s program for working
A K-State physicist has received the prestigious Department of Energy Early Career Research Award for his collaborative research involving the Large Hadron Collider. Andrew Ivanov, assistant professor of physics, has received the five-year $750,000 award for his proposal titled “Quest for a top quark partner and
Robert L. Turner Jr., 89, of Salina, died Sunday in Salina.
Louise M. Miller, 80, died Sunday, June 2.
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