Vearl M. Webb Jr., 74, of Manhattan, died Nov. 5.
Election day was a big one for Riley County Republicans. But the remainder of the just-concluded election period was huge for Riley County Democrats. One of the clearest trends to emerge from the vote-counting Wednesday was a tendency for Democrats here to dominate advance voting
The USD 383 school board on Wednesday tabled the issue of a Manhattan High School East Campus facility analysis. The analysis will be conducted based on the recognition that MHS East has needs beyond the scope of the recently completed $97.5 million bond issue for construction and
Broadway hits Manhattan this weekend as several musicals and plays are scheduled to entertain audiences in the Little Apple. Witness J. Pierrepont Finch and his rise up the corporate ladder as he struggled to juggle the promotion, a corner office and the girl at as
Veterans Day is, of course, Nov. 11. That’s Sunday, which gives those of us who attend church services an ideal opportunity to pray with others for U.S. veterans and all military personnel. Veterans Day also is Monday, at least for the federal government. It’
To the Editor: I wanted to write to you today and say thank you to all who helped our campaign in this election. Words cannot express the gratitude I have to all those who walked with us, who gave of their time to help in
To the Editor: U.S. beef production and consumption minimally affect climate change.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Sporting Kansas City ended its season Wednesday night at Livestrong Sporting Park, despite a hard-fought, 1-0 win over the Houston Dynamos. Sporting KC needed two goals to advance in the Eastern Conference playoffs, and its solo goal wasn’t enough to overcome
Director Robert Zemeckis has a new movie out, and it is called “Flight.” It stars Denzel Washington. In it John Goodman has a gleeful turn as a bouncing drug dealer always introduced by the Rolling Stone’s “Sympathy for the Devil.” The movie has a
A Manhattan man convicted of 21 sex offenses against two minor girls was sentenced Wednesday to two consecutive life terms in prison. John Goodpasture Jr., 43, was convicted in August of rape, aggravated indecent liberties and criminal sodomy against a 10- and a 13-year-old girl for offenses
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