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  • Memorial Day, Nothing Fest, summer reading

    WEDNESDAY Trivia Smack Down, 8 p.m. Auntie Mae’s.     THURSDAY   The Historic Columbian Theatre present “Singing in the Rain,” 7:30 p.m. through Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Also June 6-8, June 11 and June 13-15. Directed by Widge .

  • A few things to feel good about

    We’d like to tip our cap to a few encouraging recent developments, two in Manhattan and one in Topeka: •First, we note with obvious pleasure the expansion at Florence Manufacturing, a Manhattan company that plans to add 100 production jobs. .

  • Veterans’ medical care truly shames our country

    To the Editor: This Memorial Day, let us remember not only the soldiers fallen on the battlefield but those wounded who wait in long, endless lines without help and without hope in various Veterans Administration hospitals. My father was wounded .

  • KSU names 1st ‘human capital’ VP

    K-State on Thursday announced the selection of Cheryl Johnson as the university’s first-ever vice president of human capital. The move is part of the school’s intiative to “consolidate and integrate” university-wide human resource functions and services offered through .

  • Ceremony marks upgrades to park, honors its history Daviedary.phatch

    Long’s Park was dedicated in a ceremony Thursday to honor its recent makeover. Park planner Wyatt Thompson said Long’s Park is now safer and more usable. “It’s been here for a while, and it was in need .

  • City names assistant manager finalists

    City officials have announced four finalists for the position of Manhattan assistant city manager. A public reception for the candidates will be from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the City Commission Room in City Hall, 1101 Poyntz Ave. Each candidate will .

  • Judge: Girls won’t testify in front of defendant

    Two of three child victims in a rape case against a Fort Riley man will be allowed to testify outside the presence of the defendant during his trial. On Thursday, Riley County Attorney Barry Wilkerson said that Judge David Stutzman .

  • Pools to open Saturday; season passes available Cico pool-2.phatch

    It’s not really summertime until the pools open. In that sense, summer starts at 1 p.m. Saturday. Unlimited individual season passes are available this summer at the city’s three pools: The first pass costs $45, and a subsequent pass .

  • Thanks for making benefit for auditorium a big success

    To the Editor: “Give My Regards to Broad-way,” presented as a benefit concert for restoration of Peace Memorial Auditorium, a living memorial to honor the 101 Riley County veterans who died during World War II, was a great success. A big .

  • Martinez named Eisenhower assistant principal

    Junction City Middle School assistant principal and athletic director Dave Martinez was named Eisenhower Middle School’s new assistant principal starting in late July. Martinez will replace Marvin Rupe, who is transferring to be an assistant principal at Manhattan High .

  • Indians whip Buffs in regional final Mhs gsoc garden city03.phatch

    With a 7-0 dismantling of the Garden City Buffaloes Thursday night, the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team is just one game away from a return to the state tournament for the second consecutive year. But that one game will be .

  • KSU flight team earns national most outstanding program award

    SALINA — The Kansas State University Salina Flight Team has landed the prestigious honor of being recognized as the most outstanding all-around aviation program in the country — and has the trophy to prove it. For the first time in school history, .





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