Kenneth Bishop, 47, of Blue Rapids, died Sunday, November 3, 2013 after a motorcycle accident. Arrangements are pending at Terry-Christie Funeral Home in Waterville.
Mary Sue Nottingham, 81, of Westmoreland, formerly of Topeka, died Thursday, October 31, 2013 at Wamego Health Center. Mary was born on July 19, 1932 in Wichita. She married James R. Nottingham. He preceded her in death. Mary was a homemaker and lived most of her married life in Topeka.
John Eichman, 61, of Wamego, died Saturday, November 2, 2013 in Wamego. Services are pending with the Stewart Funeral Home of Wamego. Complete obituary and service information will be announced later.
Kansas State senior middle blocker Kaitlynn Pelger had a match-high 17 kills on .481 hitting to lead the Wildcats to a three-set sweep of No. 25 Oklahoma — 25-22, 29-27, 25-22 — in a rare Sunday night match at Ahearn Field House. The odd scheduling, which moved the match from
KANSAS CITY, Mo — Justin Tuggle remembers walking the sidelines of the Georgia Dome as a toddler, watching his dad, former Atlanta Falcons star linebacker Jessie Tuggle, perform at an optimum level in the National Football League. “I was always around football, around the Falcons, watching
Kansas State defensive end Ryan Mueller was named the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week on Monday, following the Wildcats’ 41-7 win over Iowa State on Saturday . Mueller collected seven tackles and one sack against the Cyclones. The junior leads the Big 12 with seven sacks
Staff reports Bryce Brown got into the action for the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, while their quarterback was busy throwing seven touchdown passes. The short-lived Wildcat running back rushed seven times for 54 yards and caught one pass from Nick Foles for 6 yards as the Eagles
Eastern Kansas has a rich Native American tradition, and Saturday the area officially began honoring some of that proud history. Jon Boursaw, a member of Citizen Potawatomi Nation, spoke at the Flint Hills Discovery Center as the start of its celebration of Native American Heritage
A computer virus that has frightened people around the world now has infected Manhattan. Kansas State University, along with the radio station 1350 KMAN and somne area businesses have had their computers crashed by a virus called CryptoLocker, a category of virus called “ransomware.” “I’ve
The Transport Workers Union has tried to enlist Manhattan city officials for help in its battle against Allegiant Airlines. Allegiant is scheduled to begin service between Manhattan and Phoenix this Thursday. City manager Ron Fehr said the union had contacted him, and asked the city
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