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  • MARY HOOK

    Mary Margaret O’Toole Hook, 70, of Marysville, died on Saturday, June 27, 2015, at the Blue Valley Nursing Home in Blue Rapids. A Rosary will be prayed at 7 p.m. July 1, 2015, at St. Gregory’s Catholic Church, Marysville. A Christian Mass will .

  • RUBY BLASKE

    Ruby Blaske, 94, of Blue Rapids, passed away Sunday, June 28, 2015, at Blue Valley Senior Living in Blue Rapids. She is survived by two sons, Fritz (Margaret) Blaske and Dick (Joyce) Blaske of Blue Rapids; two daughters, Betty (Don) Bohling of York, .

  • Stampede wraps up with Travis Tritt, mild temperatures Stampede1.mercury

    Grammy-winner Travis Tritt took the Stampede stage Sunday, closing out a festival marked by mild temperatures and very little rain. Tritt played to an audience that included lots of families and was predictably smaller than the Friday and Saturday night .

  • Booker gains time to review evidence

    TOPEKA — A federal judge on Monday gave a man charged with plotting to bomb an Army installation in support of the Islamic State group more time to review the evidence against him. U.S. District Judge Carlos Murguia granted a .

  • EMS: Few injuries at festival

    The number of medical emergencies at this year’s Country Stampede was down slightly from last year, officials said Monday. The festival was a “very good event, from an EMS perspective,” Riley County director of emergency services Larry Couchman told .

  • Mostly, new film ‘Dope’ just gave viewer a pain G.w.clift1

    The new film “Dope” is an odd mix of familiar things. It resembles nothing so much as an Archie and Jughead comic except that all the characters are African-American, the setting is contemporary Los Angeles, and the language and business .

  • Mostly, new film ‘Dope’ just gave viewer a pain G.w.clift1

    The new film “Dope” is an odd mix of familiar things. It resembles nothing so much as an Archie and Jughead comic except that all the characters are African-American, the setting is contemporary Los Angeles, and the language and business .

  • Hulon feels lucky to have made love of wine into career Neighbor.mercury

    Having worked in restaurants since he was 14 years old, Ian Hulon described his career as more of a love affair with the industry. Hulon started working at Harry’s Restaurant in downtown Manhattan in 2006 as a bartender and server. He .

  • County to strengthen Ebola preparedness plans

    The Riley County Health Department Monday announced plans to strengthen its ability to respond in the case of an Ebola outbreak. The agreement is a precautionary measure that aims to prevent outbreaks like the one in 2014, which resulted in restrictions .

  • Soldier pleads no contest to rape of child

    A Fort Riley soldier pleaded no contest to raping a child and indecent liberties with a child in a plea agreement reached last week, just before a jury trial scheduled to begin Monday morning in Riley County District Court. Timothy .

  • Sales tax revenue falls below 2014

    For the first time this year, the monthly sales tax revenue is less than revenue from the same time last year. The city had $870,536 in sales tax revenue, according to the June sales tax report, which reflects the previous month’.

  • 17ers drop KU Showcase finale

    Ending their four-game run at the KU Showcase in Lawrence over the weekend, the Manhattan American Legion Manko 17ers sputtered to the finish line against the KC Elite Navy on Sunday, losing 9-0. The 17ers were shutout through the run-rule .





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