• HARRIS ZIMMERMAN

    Harris Donald Zimmerman, 89, of Alta Vista, died Friday, Feb. 17, 2017. The family provided some of the following information. He was born Nov. 25, 1927, to Otto and Susanne Tobaben Zimmerman in Alta Vista, Geary County, five miles northwest of Alta Vista. Being born .

  • AREA BUSINESS NEWS

    KSU Foundation hires four, promotes one In January, the Kansas State University Foundation added four new staff members and promoted one. Angela Altamore is the new senior director of stewardship and events. She has more than 10 years of development experience .

  • Become wise about gardens of all sizes

    Mark Saturday, February 25 on your calendar to spend some time with fellow gardeners. There will be hourly seminars held in the Clover room of Pottorf Hall in CiCo Park. This replaces the former Manhattan Area Garden Show. The winter farmers’ .

  • Foundation focuses on community improvement

    From scholarships to strategies, from volunteers to entrepreneurs, from rural health care to community betterment: All those elements are being supported by the Dane G. Hansen Foundation, which is investing deeply and strategically in northwest Kansas. Betsy Wearing is coordinator .

  • Local teen earns Eagle Scout award

    Drew Padgett, 18, received his Eagle Scout award in a Court of Honor ceremony in January. A member of Troop 75, Drew earned 30 merit badges as a Boy Scout. His Eagle Scout project was designing and constructing a prayer garden for the .

  • Club news

    American Association of University Women Mary Stamey and Pat Hudgins chose the topic unconscious bias. Pat first defined several different types of biases: explicit bias as social or political bias that people see every day, implicit bias implies prejudices that .

  • Tax bill a timely breakthrough

    Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback and other critics of the bill both houses of the Kansas Legislature approved last week have been quick to characterize the measure as a tax increase — a historic tax increase. The governor further asserts that some .

  • Missing niece’s and nephew’s shenanigans

    Children can be pretty funny sometimes. They say what’s on their mind, have no filter and come up with some weird responses. Most of my homesickness comes from missing my niece and nephew. My niece, Alexis, is 11 years old, .

  • In ‘Wealthy,’ author gives the ‘financial’ talk

    Some things we just do not talk about except under special circumstances. Two are our sexual practices and our financial affairs. “I Want to be Wealthy” is the financial analog of “the talk” about sexual matters that our parents gave .

  • ‘Uprooted’ offers magical, multi-faceted message

    Hannah Ens Contributing writer The Wood is dark. The Wood is dangerous. The Wood is corrupt, and above all else, vengeful. Its fruit and water are contaminated. Strange, brutal creatures drag innocents in and creep out to destroy crops and .

  • New, inspirational true story of determination a must-read

    New to the library is a nonfiction book that speaks of unbelievable determination and courage. Author Cara Brookins wrote the book to chronicle an experience she shared with her four children. “Rise: How a House Built a Family” is an .

  • Whodunit keeps readers guessing

    Robin Farrell Edmunds Contributing writer Laura Blacklock, a writer for a British travel magazine, has just landed the plum assignment she’s waited her entire career for. She’s one of only a handful of press members covering the maiden .





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