• Body First hires massage therapist

    Body First Wellness and Recreation Center hired Alexys Jordan to join its massage therapy staff. Jordan is a graduate of the Berkana Institute of Massage Therapy in Denver and a licensed massage therapist. She provides professional massage therapy, Swedish massage, .

  • Benchmark, RF Construction merges

    Benchmark Construction and RF Construction (formally Ron Fowles Construction Management Services) have joined forces through a merger. Benchmark will serve clients in Kansas and western Missouri out of its office in Eudora and the RF Construction office in Manhattan. Daily .

  • Fire driver retires from Manhattan Fire

    After 28 years of service, fire driver Mark Mugler has retired from the Manhattan Fire Department. Mugler started with the department as a firefighter in March 1987. He became a fire driver in August 1988. A reception was held in his honor on .

  • Coldwell Banker hires real estate agent

    Coldwell Banker Realty Group One hired Ben Kearns as a real estate agent. Kearns received his Bachelor of Science degree from Kansas State University. After graduation, he was commissioned as an officer and served four years active duty with the .

  • Ryan and Sons Realtor receives rookie award

    Allison Penner Disbrow of Ryan and Sons Realtors received the Rookie of the Year award at the Manhattan Association of Realtors general meeting June 9. After a decade in fundraising and marketing, Disbrow became a licensed Realtor in April 2014. She has .

  • KSU Foundation hires two women

    The KSU Foundation hired Suzanne Dell-St. Clair as senior director of development for the College of Human Ecology. A native of the Chicago area, Dell-St. Clair was the associate development director for public health and family medicine with KU Endowment .

  • Nearly 100 people attend AIB seminar

    Nearly 100 professionals representing various food manufacturing and pest control companies gathered at the Integrated Pest Management for Food Plants seminar on June 3-4 in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Attendees traveled from 25 states and one Canadian province. The course is sponsored annually by .

  • ERA High Pointe hires Realtor

    ERA High Pointe Realty hired Brian A. Keller. Keller grew up in the southcentral Kansas farming community of Halstead. He earned his Bachelor of Science in business degree and Master of Business Administration degree from Emporia State. Keller is a .

  • Seed planting company establishes roots all over the world

    Let’s go to South Africa. A group of scientists are planting a research plot to evaluate how a crop will perform. They are using a specialized planter which provides precise control and data on seed spacing and placement. Would .

  • Students graduate from William Jewell

    LIBERTY, MO — Amanda Cahill of Riley and Lane Eichman of Wamego graduated from William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo., in May 2015. Cahill received a Bachelor of Arts degree in history. Eichman received a Bachelor of Science in accounting and psychology..

  • Manhattan student wins scholarship

    Kelsy Schoen, of Manhattan, won a $1,000 scholarship from the Kansas Sheriffs Association, which awards $15,000 of educational scholarships to eligible members or family members.  Her application was sponsored by her father,Riley County Police Department director Brad Schoen. This year, 13 $1,000 .

  • Student gets degree from San Diego State

    McQuade Brubaker graduated from San Diego State University magna cum laude. He studied to become a physician’s assistant. Brubaker is the son of Mike Brubaker, formerly of Manhattan, and the grandson of Bill and Virginia Brubaker of Manhattan..


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