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  • Local |Kansas State University |Government & Politics | January 16, 2015

    K-State funding stable in budget

    Kansas State University funding from the state will remain mostly the same through the next two fiscal years, according to Gov. Sam Brownback’s budget proposal released Friday. K-State, the College of Veterinary Medicine and K-State Extension will also experience a decline from the state

  • Local |Kansas State University | January 16, 2015

    Report: Maintenance spending still lags needs

    Some of Kansas State University’s buildings are in poor condition, according to a recent report. Fortunately, the university is already in the process of addressing some buildings needing attention. According to the 2014 Report on Deferred and Annual Maintenance presented to the Kansas Board of

  • Local |Education | January 16, 2015

    Co-teaching program benefitting students at Ogden Elementary

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    The classrooms at Ogden Elementary school work a little differently than most of those here in Manhattan. Each class has one main teacher, and depending on the lesson, a second teacher comes in to tailor to the needs of the students: answering questions, supplementing lecture,

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency | January 16, 2015

    Officials warn of police impostor near Marysville

    Officials in northeast Kansas say they are searching for a police impersonator who has stopped and demanded to search at least three vehicles this week. “At this point, our biggest concern is for the public,” Marshall County Sheriff Dan Hargrave said on Thursday. “The impersonator

  • Local |Education | January 16, 2015

    Second person files for seat on USD 383 board

    A second person filed on Friday to run for the Manhattan-Ogden school board. Incumbent and past USD 383 school board president Curt Herrman put his name in for the April election. Herrman has served on the board for the past eight years. “I think my knowledge

  • Local |Business |Government & Politics | January 16, 2015

    City planning to restore rose garden fountain

    The city is currently taking bids on a project that would restore the City Park Rose Garden Fountain. The cast iron fountain was originally constructed in 1895. Officials started accepting bids on Friday, and the bidding process will continue until 3 p.m. Jan. 30. Work on the

  • Editorials | January 16, 2015

    Unfortunately, more of the same

    Kansans who like the direction that Gov. Sam Brownback is taking this state probably took heart from his remarks in his annual State of the State address. We’re not among them. We were dismayed that the governor attributes the massive funding shortfall — $710 million over

  • Letters | January 16, 2015

    Brownback’s tax policies are hurting ordinary Kansans

    To the Editor: Thank you for publishing editorials and comments about the dire financial situation in Kansas. The complexities are intimidating to most ordinary citizens, but despite a lack of economics courses, I’d like to add my voice to make to make a few

  • Movies | January 16, 2015

    Not many treasures on new-DVD shelves

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    No, 2014 wasn’t a great year for the movies. Only one summer blockbuster did continuing business—”Guardians of the Galaxy.” The serious movies for people over the age of 30 were mostly cinematic wastes of time. The juvenile comedies weren’t very funny. Even to juveniles.

  • Obituaries | January 16, 2015

    CHERLYN SMITH

    Cherlyn Louise (Wilcox) Smith, 80, of Westmoreland, formerly of Wichita, died Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015, in Wamego. Cherlyn was born Feb. 9, 1934, in Wichita. She married Lynn E. Smith on Jan. 9, 1982, in Wichita. She worked at Henry’s Department Store in Wichita and was an active member of Immanuel


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