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  • Neighbors | January 20, 2014

    Freelance poster artist a presence in Aggieville

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    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

  • Local |Government, Politics | January 20, 2014

    Federal funding for ATA bus?

    City commissioners will discuss supporting a regional transit agency during their regular session Tuesday evening. An agreement among various governmental entities comprising the Fling Hills Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) could create a Flint Hills Regional Transit Administration – with the purpose of administering federal funds for

  • Obituaries | January 20, 2014

    ANTHONY D. COLTHARP

    Anthony D. “TC” Coltharp, 60, of Manhattan, died Sunday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. He was born on July 20, 1953 in Clay Center and was the son of George and Pauline (Siebold) Coltharp. Complete service times and obituary information is pending and will be

  • Obituaries | January 20, 2014

    MERLYN RIDDER

    Merlyn John Ridder, 89, of rural Westmoreland, died Saturday at his home near Flush. The family provided some of the following information. He was born March 3, 1924, in Topeka. He was the son of August and Mary Straub Ridder. He attended grade school in Paxico and graduated

  • Columns | January 20, 2014

    An evening conversation: lest we forget

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    Matthew is 16 and lives in Overland Park. He is the son of my partner Melissa and – even accounting for some bias – I’ve got to say he’s a very bright kid. This past weekend, history buff Matthew was genuinely distressed by things he was

  • Local |Kansas State University | January 20, 2014

    K-State receives patent

    Kansas State University was recently granted a U.S. patent for a material that helps convert straw and other grasses into a cleaner substance for alternative energy and fuel. The patent, “Char Supported Catalysts for Syngas Cleanup and Condition,” was issued to the Kansas State

  • Obituaries | January 20, 2014

    PATRICIA LARSEN

    Patricia Larsen, 85, died Friday at Golden Living Nursing Center of Spring Hill, under the care of AsceraCare Hospice. She was born April 20, 1928, in Paxico. She was daughter of O.W. and Bertha Brock Schwalm. Pat worked as a bank teller at the Mission State Bank

  • Area Schools | January 20, 2014

    Frankfort teams open TVL tourney with losses

    In Washington, After taking an 11-point halftime lead in the opening round of the Twin Valley League boys’ tournament on Saturday, No. 4-seeded Baileyville B&B and No. 13-seeded Frankfort both slowed down the scoring in the second half, with just 19 combined points the

  • Area Schools | January 20, 2014

    Centralia 51, BV-Randolph 33

    After a quick start by Blue Valley that brought a 12-6 lead after the first quarter, No. 3-seeded Centralia quickly established itself in the second quarter, outscoring the Rams 17-4 to take a 23-16 lead to halftime. The Panthers cruised to victory in the second

  • Men's Basketball | January 20, 2014

    Offense improving as Thomas learns ropes

    Jevon Thomas wants to score, but Kansas State coach Bruce Weber was just as happy with what he saw out of his freshman point guard on Saturday. (Kansas State freshman point guard Jevon Thomas defends West Virginia’s Juwan Staten on Saturday at Bramlage Coliseum).


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