TOPEKA — The duo charged in connection with a fatal February apartment fire that resulted in the death of a K-State researcher appeared in federal court Monday for sentencing. Patrick Scahill, 20, and Virginia Griese, 19, appeared in front of District Judge Julie Robinson for the charge of
City commissioners will take what may be their last shot at setting a 2014 budget during a work session Tuesday at City Hall. The 5 p.m. meeting is the fourth devoted to determining the city budget, and it is also the last on the schedule. As
The National Research Council has ranked K-State’s department of plant pathology as the No.-1 plant pathology department in the nation. The council’s most recent Ranking of Plant Sciences Graduate Schools lists the university’s plant pathology department at No. 10 nationally among 162 plant
Attendance at Kansas State University’s recently completed summer orientation and enrollment set a participation record for both students and parents, university officials said Monday. The university offered 13 sessions in June, allowing first-year and transfer students to enroll in fall classes and learn more about
The Manhattan Municipal Band under the direction of Frank Tracz will present it’s weekly concert at 7:30 pm Tuesday, July 9, at City Park’s Larry Norvell Band Shell. The concert will include traditional Sousa marches, overtures and a tribute to Frank Sinatra entitled “Sinatra In
Carolyn “Carly” E. Klebe, 65, of Manhattan died Thursday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.
When overly righteous European leaders are finished posturing about America’s spying, perhaps they’ll give some thought to the free trade negotiations between Europe and the United States. And if they’re not all that interested in a deal, they ought to just come
The Sunday Mercury editorial weighed my tasks of public service, private employment and personal life. I will not engage in a public discourse on the latter, two but we can talk one on one if you wish. In short, I challenge your readers to consider
James Henry Radina, 73, of Amarillo, Texas, died Friday at home in Amarillo, Texas.
After winning their first two games of the weekend, the American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers looked to be in good position in the Great Plains Shootout. But the 17ers lost their last three games, including a 5-0 loss to the Midwest BlackSox on Saturday
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