New York Times technology writer David Pogue will deliver the keynote speech at 8:45 a.m. Tuesday, March 5, in Forum Hall at Kansas State University’s student union as part of the inaugural Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference. Pogue is a Scientific American columnist, correspondent
Marilyn Bess Doebele, 81, died Thursday at the Delmar Gardens of Overland Park.
Everett Lee Fair, Sr., 91, of Garnett and formerly of McFarland and Manhattan, died Sunday at his home.
Edward J. Vytlas, 88, of Manhattan died Friday at the Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
Margaret R. Dillingham, 94, of Wamego died Wednesday at Valley Vista Good Samaritan Center.
It’s good to see heightened interest in efforts by China, Iran and doubtless other nations and other organized groups to hack into the data central to the operations of the U.S. government and American industry. Though indications are that considerable damage has been
To the Editor: Bob Strawn is running for City Commission. He’s experienced, having served as our mayor before. I know that Bob is effective, practical and very good at listening to the concerns people have. He is very much about finding solutions that everyone
To the Editor: Thrice more it has occurred — no publicity. First, unless I happened to miss any of the write-ups, there was no mention or publicity about the interdenominational Rally for Life at the state Capitol in Topeka on Jan. 22. Despite the very cold weather,
TOPEKA — Manhattan High coach Tim Brooks knows late February is the worst time for a team’s focus to start to wane. Perhaps that’s why he was so frustrated after falling on the road to Topeka Hayden 43-32 in a game the Indians managed
With weather playing a factor in the bowling postseason, the Manhattan High bowlers will end up with a quick turnaround after closing the regular season Tuesday at the Junction City triangular. Manhattan, set to host a Class 6A regional on Thursday will instead bowl today,
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