• NORMA I. BERG

    Norma Irene Berg, 92, of Manhattan died Wednesday, June 18, 2014, at Lyle House at Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community. The family provided some of the following information. She was born Jan. 27, 1922, on a farm near Montrose, the daughter of Albert William and Susan .

  • DAVID M. BARRY

    David M. Barry, 32, of San Antonio, died in 2013. He was born July 30, 1981 to Anthony and Mahilea (Woodyard) Barry in St. Louis. He married Amy Kloppenberg in 2010. They divorced in 2011. He is survived by his two daughters, Mareie and Thalia Barry, .

  • Rowing’s Dorau named Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year

    Kansas State’s Allison Dorau was named Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors for women’s rowing on Thursday, adding to the senior’s standout season for the Wildcats. Dorau was voted in by the conference coaches and joins the .

  • K-State basketball ticket packages available Monday

    Season tickets for the Kansas State men’s and women’s basketball teams go on sale Monday, the athletic department announced this week. The K-State men will play 17 games in Bramlage Coliseum in 2014-15 with the season opener set for .

  • Optimist Monarchs play in state tourney

    The Manhattan Optimist Monarchs 12-and-under fastpitch softball team competed in the USSSA Class “C” State Tournament in Topeka this past weekend, compiling an 0-3 record. Manhattan opened against the Titanium and built a 5-3 lead, but could not hold it, .

  • Regents approve naming planned residence hall for former president Wefaldhall 1.phatch

    A planned residence hall has been named for former Kansas State University President Jon Wefald. Wefald Hall, a new dormitory open in August 2016, honors the university’s 12th president, who served from 1986 to 2009. Current K-State President Kirk Schulz went to .

  • Regents approve tuition hike

    The Kansas Board of Regents on Wednesday unanimously approved a proposal to increase tuition at Kansas State University by 5 percent. Though there was an increase for all six state schools – University of Kansas, Wichita State University, Emporia State University, Pittsburg .

  • Regester: Fee increase won’t make up for loss

    Debbie Regester, the Riley County register of deeds, confirmed county commissioners’ suspicions that revenues are down in areas Thursday morning. “We’re behind where we were last year,” she said. Regester said the total mortgage amount in the county was $208,598,212 .

  • Unit cases colors, reorganizes ahead of Kuwait deployment

    FORT RILEY — Ahead of its deployment to Kuwait, the 1st Infantry Division’s 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team conducted a ceremony Wednesday in which leaders cased the brigade colors, inactivated the Special Troops Battalion and reflagged the 1st Engineer Battalion .

  • 25th annual Juneteenth celebration set for weekend

    The 25th annual Juneteenth Community Festival will take place Friday and Saturday. Juneteenth is a celebration of June 19, 1865, when Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas, and delivered the news that the Civil War ended and slaves were freed. The celebration .

  • Riley fire causes $25,000 in damage to apartments

    A Riley apartment sustained heavy damage after a fire broke out early Thursday morning. Firefighters from the Riley and Riley County Fire departments responded to the apartment complex in the 300 block of North Noble Street at about 3:20 a.m. Riley .

  • Tuition increases add to students’ load

    It’s tough to spin a 5.2-percent tuition increase as “restrained,” but that’s what Fred Logan, a Leawood attorney who is chairman of the Kansas Board of Regents, did on Wednesday. He said that the tuition increases the Regents .





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