Sara Jane Hagenmaier, 72, of Leonardville, died Tuesday. The family provided some of the following information.
Melvin M. Wiechmann, 86, of Waterville, died on Wednesday at Blue Valley Senior Living in Blue Rapids.
Glenn H. Beck, 97, of Kansas City, Mo., died Oct. 30 at Kingswood Senior Living in Kansas City, Mo. The family provided some of the following information. Glenn was born in Chester, Utah in 1915, was raised on a farm in Aberdeen, Idaho and graduated from the University
A Clay Center man was taken to Mercy Regional Health Center after he was involved in a two-car accident at the intersection of Westport Drive and Anderson Avenue at approximately 8:30 a.m. Thursday. Moldrup said Riley County EMS transported Terry Turner, 58, for a possible head
This election campaign, which seems to have been going on forever — at least at the presidential level — is nearing an end. Advance voting is well under way, and judging by the spate of letters about the candidates, a lot of people have made up their
To the Editor: I really enjoy KSU football games, the players, the fans, the band and the general atmosphere. However, after 60 years of season tickets, away games and conference games, it will no longer be possible for me to attend. Not because of lack of
To the Editor: Now that Halloween has passed, not too far behind are Thanksgiving and Christmas. We are all so blessed to be able to celebrate with our close friends and families, but some families in Manhattan not able to do so. With Riley County
To the Editor: Governing at the state level during these challenging times demands seasoned public servants who can work in a cooperative, productive manner.
To the Editor: After reading the political letters for the 3rd District Riley County Commission race, I have started to notice a trend. A large amount of letters written by Mr. Harms’ supporters are either from out of the county and even out of state,
To the Editor: Sydney Carlin and her fellow Democrats left less than $800 in the bank when Gov. Sam Brown-back took over in 2010. From 2002 to 2010, Sydney Carlin, along with tax-and-spend Democrats, de-pleted millions from the required statutory rainy day Fund under Governors Sebelius and Parkinson.
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