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  • Local |Business | January 19, 2014

    More hires for CivicPlus

    CivicPlus added Aaron Gatz as its newest Client support specialist. He graduated from Kansas State University with a bachelor’s degree in management information systems. In his new position, Gatz will be able to use past experiences to assist him in being a voice for

  • Local |Business | January 19, 2014

    Networks Plus hires network tech

    Networks Plus hired Karron Swift to the team as a network technician. As a graduate of Manhattan Area Technical College with an associate degree in applied sciences for information network technology, he will be a great asset to NWP. As a network technician, he will

  • Local |Business | January 19, 2014

    Trust Company able to advise NFL players

    Mark Knackendoffel, president and CEO of The Trust Company, recently received the designation of NFLPA registered player financial advisor. The program is administered by the NFL Players Association, the union for professional football players in the National Football League. This program aims to give NFL

  • Local |Business | January 19, 2014

    Grace’s gets liquor license

    Grace’s Asian Fusion Cafe, 1319 Anderson Ave. in Aggieville, recently received its liquor license. The cafe will feature local Artisan beers, global wines by the glass (French, Argentine, as well as Napa Valley, US wines) and specialty drinks such as warm Swedish Glogg as its

  • Editorials | January 19, 2014

    Make King Day a day of service

    It hasn’t been quite four months since Americans celebrated the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. Yet here we come to the national holiday set aside to honor the slain

  • Gardening | January 19, 2014

    Pruning lets gardeners enjoy outdoors in cold temps

    Greggeyestone1

    A lot of gardening is therapeutic. Hand watering, mowing the lawn and even weeding can be enjoyable. Most of these are constructive in making progress toward the desired garden outcome. Pruning can be relaxing and is one of the few gardening responsibilities that may be

  • Columns | January 19, 2014

    Who sets the 2014 agenda?

    Last Wednesday Gov. Sam Brownback laid out his state policy agenda in his State of the State address. Given that our very conservative Republican governor is paired with a similar legislature, one might reasonably assume that the chief executive can truly set the table for

  • Area Schools | January 19, 2014

    Eagles’ size too much for Falcons

    RILEY COUNTY — DJ Redmon punished the undersized Riley County Falcons to the tune of 15 points in a 60-49 Silver Lake win Friday night. Redmon, who stood as a tall as a redwood against the shorter Falcons players, spent most of the night grabbing rebounds above

  • Area Schools | January 19, 2014

    Riley County girls edge Silver Lake, 46-39

    RILEY COUNTY — Riley County escaped with a 46-39 victory against Silver Lake. The Falcons and Eagles kept one another grounded throughout most of the game, though. Tough defense and high-pressure was the name of the Eagles’ game as Taylor White and Alexis Gifford hounded the

  • Area Schools | January 19, 2014

    Rock Creek boys rout Wabaunsee

    At Flush, the Rock Creek boys basketbal team used a big first half to put Wabaunsee away on Friday, winning 60-36. The Mustangs (7-2) led 20-7 after the first quarter, and 32-16 by halftime. Rock Creek outscored Wabaunsee (3-5) 28-20 in the second half. Ryan


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