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  • JOHN E. COFFEY

    John Edward Coffey, 69, of Wamego, died Saturday, May 23, 2015 at his home.  The family provided some of the following information. John was born April 14, 1946, in Welch, West Virginia, as the middle child to parents John Willis Coffey and Kathleen Marie “.

  • NATHAN E. WOODYARD

    Nathan E. Woodyard, 38, of Westmoreland and formerly of Wamego, died at his home Monday, May 25, 2015. No cause of death was provided. The family provided some of the following information. Nathan was born August 8, 1976, in Wamego, the son of Melvin E. .

  • Press spokesperson at State has most difficult job

    Students have often asked me what the most difficult job in the State Department’s Foreign Service is. That is a difficult question because jobs are different, but I believe the department’s press spokesperson has the toughest job. Most .

  • KSU names interim dean for College of Business Gwinner front.phatch

    Kansas State University announced on Friday the appointment of an interim dean of the College of Business Administration. Kevin Gwinner, professor and head of the department of marketing and the Jon Wefald chair of business leadership, has been named to .

  • Manhattan man reaches 19-gallon mark at Red Cross blood drive Blooddrive.phatch

    Cliff Meloan has passed out once — just once — while donating blood. It was his fourth time. “I thought I was OK,” he said. “And so I went over to get my orange juice and cookie. Someone put a glass of .

  • What happened to the man in the seed theft case?

    Q: Whatever happened to the man who was arrested for allegedly stealing rice seeds and handing them over to the Chinese? A: Ah, you’re talking about Weiqiang Zhang. Simple answer: Zhang is living in Manhattan with his wife and .

  • Court storming could get costly

    Lest there be any doubt, any Big 12 Conference university that allows its fans to storm a basketball court or even rush an athletic field after a game does so at its peril. Although an effective ban was widely assumed after .

  • Putin and FIFA

    Russian President Vladimir Putin knows a thing or two about meddling and corruption. He’s seized Crimea from Ukraine, is trying to take other parts of Ukraine and covets the Baltic nations as well. He’s also meddled with great .

  • Indians looking for gold in Wichita B8.6114.mhstr.phatch

    A year ago, the Manhattan High boys’ track and field team traveled to Wichita the last weekend in May as one of two teams expected to compete for a team championship in Class 6A. This year, the Indians return to .

  • RANDAL B. LAWRENCE

    Randal B. “Randy” Lawrence, 63, of Manhattan, died Thursday, May 28, 2015, at Via Christi Hospital in Manhattan. He was born May 29, 1951. Complete obituary and service information will be announced later by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home, 1616 Poyntz Avenue, Manhattan, KS 66502..

  • OMAR J. PICKETT

    Omar Jay Pickett, 96, formerly of Greenleaf, died Sunday, May 24, 2015, in rural Geary County. The family provided some of the following information. He was born Feb. 22, 1919, in Washington County, the fifth of eight children to James and Lydia (Barker) Pickett. He .

  • Big 12 announces future tourney plans

    IRVING, Texas — The Big 12 is keeping its men’s basketball tournament in Kansas City through at least 2020, and the conference plans play the baseball and for women’s basketball tournaments in Oklahoma City for multiple years. Kansas City has annually .





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