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  • I SUN MICKLE

    I Sun Mickle, 66, of Junction City, died Saturday at her home. The family provided some of the following information. I Sun was born April 19, 1947, at Chonpuk-do, Korea. She was the daughter of Dong Kon & Yang Sun Kang Yi. She .

  • Hubert caps career on his own terms

    There was a time when few probably thought John Hubert would be where he is today — among the best running backs in Kansas State history. (Kansas State’s John Hubert stiff-arms Michigan’s Raymon Taylor in the first half of .

  • Kivett, Matthys are preseason All-Americans

    A pair of Kansas State baseball players — Ross Kivett and Jake Matthys — were named Louisville Slugger Preseason All-Americans on Monday. Kivett was named to the first team — the only Big 12 student-athlete on the team — while Matthys was selected to the .

  • Cats finish San Diego trip with win

    SAN DIEGO — The Kansas State women’s basketball team concluded its non-conference schedule on Monday night in the consolation game of the Surf & Slam Classic with a 74-42 win over UC Riverside. K-State (6-5) was led by freshman guard .

  • ‘Walking with Dinosaurs’ movie more like TV fare Christopher.conner1

    British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) brought the “Walking with Dinosaurs” mini-series to American TV screens in 2000 after airing in the UK the previous year. After thirteen years, a reworked “Walking with Dinosaurs” appears on the big screen as a feature film. .

  • BILL RENCIN

    Bill Rencin, 83, of Hanover, died on Thursday at St. Elizabeth’s Regional Medical Center in Lincoln, Neb. He is survived by his wife, Marian, who was his high school sweetheart.  Billy and Marian were married June 13, 1953. He is also .

  • WAYDE BYRD

    Wayde Byrd, 88, of Manhattan, died Sunday at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. He was born on July 2, 1925. Complete obituary information and service times are pending and will be announced by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home. Online condolences may be left .

  • JOE BEAUDET

    Joe Beaudet, 91, of Manhattan, died Friday at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. He was born on April 28, 1922, in Stillwater, Minn. Mass of the Christian Burial will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Seven Dolors Catholic Church with the Rev. .

  • Public works director resigns

    Manhattan director of public works Dale Houdeshell will leave at the end of January to take the same position with the city of Clayton, Mo. City manager Ron Fehr made the announcement on Monday, and said Houdeshell’s last day .

  • House fire causes $80,000 in damage 820colorado-1.phatch

    A structure fire left five people displaced and caused an estimated $80,000 in damage Sunday night. There were no reported injuries from the fire at 820 Colorado St. to a two-story house converted to an apartment building that resulted in a $20,000 loss .

  • Owner of new home store says choosing items you love the key to decorating Neighbortaggart 1.phatch

    The secret to home decorating is making your heart sing. Cindy Taggart, owner of Prim and Proper Place, said most people know how to decorate, but they are afraid to make a mistake. “If it makes your heart sing,” she .

  • Counterfeit bills passed at Hy-Vee

    Four people allegedly targeted Hy-Vee at 601 Third Place for fraud by passing counterfeit bills on Friday afternoon. The total estimated loss was $1,750. Details about items purchased were not available. The crime was reported at 7:45 a.m. on Saturday. Police identified .






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