Edward Lee Miller, 86, Wamego, died Wed., Dec. 3, 2014, at Westy Community Care Home. Eddie was born March 24, 1928, the son of Charles and Alice Tucker Miller. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. Eddie was an auto mechanic most of his adult
Marvin Eugene Oppenlander, 79, of Wamego, passed away Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014, at the Good Shepherd Hospice of Manhattan. His family provided some of the following information. Marvin was born Jan. 18, 1935, in Manhattan, the son of Harry E. and Gladys L. Mann Oppenlander. He attended schools in St.
Emerging from a wing of McCain Auditorium’s stage this past Wednesday evening, renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma was greeted with sustained applause by a near sellout crowd. He came alone, cello in hand, proceeded to center stage where sat a conspicuously solitary chair, flashed his
President Barack Obama’s decision to fire Chuck Hagel as secretary of Defense has revealed serious splits between those who fight the country’s wars and the White House. Hagel was caught in the middle. Instead of parroting White House policy, Hagel tried to lessen
LINCOLN, Neb. — The Kansas State volleyball team’s season ended Friday night, losing to Utah in a three-game sweep (25-16, 25-16, 25-17) to open the NCAA Championships at the Bob Devaney Athletics Center. The Wildcats (22-9) were lead by senior outside hitter Chelsea Keating, who
The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team got the first win of the Benji George era with a 69-61 win over Dodge City Friday night. The Indians led for the entire second half but struggled to put away the pesky Red Demons, which cut the lead
The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team opened its season Friday night with a dominant win over Dodge City, outscoring the Red Demons 31-8 in the final two quarters to put the game away. The Indians got a game-high 19 points from Caroline Ballard, with 10 points by
As K-State athletic director John Currie walked through the maze-like halls of Vanier Football Complex earlier this week, crews were removing items from it in full force. In front of the main entry, workers removed bricks engraved with names of the football program’s supporters.
GTM has opened a new store on McCall Road selling the athletic clothes it has offered online and in its catalog for years. The homegrown company, which is Manhattan’s largest private employer with about 850 local employees, had a ribbon cutting for the store Thursday
U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran said he expects repeal of the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, to come up for vote again now that Republicans have a majority in Congress. The senator toured Mercy Regional Health Center Friday morning, learning about updates
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