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Lifestyle

  • Letters | March 04, 2014

    What now for women’s reproductive health services?

    To the Editor: While the sale of Mercy Regional Health Center to the Via Christie giant may be financially beneficial for Mercy, it is a serious loss for the women served in this geographic area. The loss of local access to a full range of

  • Letters | March 04, 2014

    To view homosexuality as a religious issue is wrong

    To the Editor: Most Kansans expect legislators to resurrect the “Religious Freedom Bill” at some point. Before that happens, I would like to share an important fact for your consideration. Homosexual people are born that way, just as heterosexual people are born that way. A

  • Local |Business | March 04, 2014

    Existing home values on rise in county

    Right on pace with the values of residential property in Riley County, which were announced last week, the average value of existing homes in the county is also on the rise. Greg McHenry, Riley County appraiser, said there has also been a jump in new

  • Movies | March 04, 2014

    This is DVD (and basketball) season

    Late winter is probably a decent time to stay home in the evening and watch movies recently released on home viewing media. That is, unless there’s basketball going on. Among the titles appearing on the new DVD shelf last month were a couple of

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | March 04, 2014

    Body identified as Peterson’s

    A body discovered at Tuttle Creek Lake on Friday has been identified as a St. George woman who disappeared in January. The body of Jane Peterson, 56, was located in the water near the shore in the Tuttle Cove area of the lake around 3:13 p.m.

  • Local |Education | March 04, 2014

    Online program to be put to vote

    The USD 383 school board will vote on whether or not to start its own online education program during Wednesday’s meeting – 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Robinson Education Center, 2031 Poyntz Ave. The proposed Manhattan Virtual Program (MVP) would replace iQ Academy Kansas, which ends when

  • Local |Business |Government, Politics | March 04, 2014

    Commission supports sending recyclable material to Howie’s

    WESTMORELAND —Pottawatomie County commissioners Monday endorsed a proposal to begin taking recycled materials to Howie’s Recycling in Manhattan. Tim Eisenbarth, who oversees the county’s recycling program, said the move would simplify the program and save a considerable amount of money — primarily in transportation

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | March 04, 2014

    Status hearing postponed in vehicular homicide case

    Judge Meryl Wilson rescheduled Daniel Nitchman’s status hearing Tuesday. Nitchman is charged with vehicular homicide in the September accident that caused the death of Samantha Coleman, 31, of Abilene. Coleman was struck on Interstate 70 by Nitchman’s 2012 Ford pickup after he reportedly fell asleep at

  • Local |Kansas State University | March 04, 2014

    APDesign student wins scholarship

    A recently established scholarship by Momenta, an Overland Park architecture, planning and design firm, will provide financial assistance to a fourth-year student in the department of architecture at Kansas State University’s College of Architecture, Planning & Design, or APDesign. The recipient of the new

  • Obituaries | March 04, 2014

    DANIEL L. THOMAS

    Daniel L. “Dan” Thomas, 40, of Blue Rapids, died of natural causes March 1 at Community Memorial Health Care in Marysville. Survivors include his wife, Jenny Thomas, his son, Davis Thomas, his father, Bill Thomas, all of Blue Rapids; and sister Jancy Donner and husband, Lane, of


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