Dorothy J. Melcher, 98, died Jan. 10, 2013, at St. Luke Hospital in Marion.
Michael “Mike” Jackson, 48, of Cedar Point, died Jan. 10, 2013, at his home.
Barbara A. Wiley, 99, of Manhattan, died Friday Jan. 11, 2013, at the Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community in Manhattan.
Throw the records out the window. Manhattan High hosts Junction City tonight, and all bets are off. In the biggest rivalry game on the Indians’ schedule, motivation shouldn’t be hard to come by when the Blue Jays come to town. For the boys’ team,
In “Promised Land”, Matt Damon portrays Steve Butler. Steve’s work involves convincing rural landowners to sell natural gas drilling rights on their property to Global Crosspower Solutions. With his partner Sue Thomason (Frances McDormand) he has closed a massive number of deals over the
The Kansas Legislature starts its new session on Monday. Members of the area’s legislative delegation agree that the budget and taxes will be the main focus of this year’s debate, but viewpoints diverge on how that will be accomplished. Vern Swanson, a Republican
The impact on local mental health services of Gov. Sam Brownback’s $10 million initiative to boost programs aimed at targeted populations won’t begin to be known for several months. The director of Pawnee Mental Health Services, based in Manhattan, on Friday praised the governor’
A program created in Geary County is expanding to give students in the Riley County area the chance to create relationships between elementary students and seniors. The I.C.A.R.E. program started with executive director Vickie Bobbitt in 2009. Bobbitt said that she, along
The Manhattan Public Library’s top official said Friday a proposed expansion of that facility will cost property taxpayers significantly less than originally reported. Linda Knupp, the library’s director, said the impact of a levy increase proposed for use to fund the expansion project
Tonia Latrice Martin Taylor, 45, of Ogden died Monday at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
You can download and print: