To the Editor: During this third week of the new year, we should all be reminded that in 1984, President Ronald Reagan declared that the third Sunday in January would be a day to recognize the sanctity of human life. The date was chosen to coincide
Residents who smoke cigarettes and who made quitting their No. 1 resolution for 2014 made a wise decision. And if they’ve already stumbled, we urge them to try again — and as often as it takes to finally break the habit. Americans have known for decades that
It is right that we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. It is hard to name a more influential role player in Black America’s march toward full citizenship. Unfortunately, our nation also participates in selective memory about the man himself. Let us explore
Baileyville B&B jumped out to a 23-point halftime lead and never looked back against the 14th-seeded Rams on Saturday. Blue Valley won the fourth quarter and was outscored by seven points in the second half. Megan Plummer led Blue Valley with eight points.
The fourth-seeded Linn Bulldogs used a 16-4 run in the second quarter to take a lead they would not relinquish in the opening round of the TVL girls’ tournament Saturday. In the other three quarters, Frankfort played the Bulldogs even. Adrianna Martin scored 10 points for
Earl Ryder, Jr., 79, of Paxico, died at his home on Saturday. The family provided some of the following information. He was born March 12, 1934 in Taunton, Mass. He was the son of Earl A. Ryder, and Evelyn Hattie Coe Ryder. Following his graduation from Taunton High
Barbara Ann Wyant, 65, of Riley, died Saturday at the Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. The family provided some of the following information. She was born on Nov. 24, 1948, at Corpus Christi, Texas. She was the daughter of Raleigh Edward and Beulah Evelyn (Sikes) Williams. She
The Manhattan Area Technical College has reached such a funding crisis that the school actually might have to close. That dramatic wake-up call was sounded Saturday by MATC president Rob Edleston during the Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce leaders’ retreat in the Kansas City suburb
Caroline Barbara Hougland, 76, a former resident of Riley, died Saturday, at the Leonardville Nursing Home in Leonardville. Arrangements are pending with the Anderes-Pfeifley Funeral Home in Riley.
Anyone exploring Manhattan’s local music scene might have noticed the whimsical work of Keegan Hudspeth hanging in several Aggieville store windows. Hudspeth, 27, is a freelance poster artist who currently creates material for Aggie Central Station. He also designed the art for Aggiefest 2013 – Aggieville’s
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