Glenna Dalene (Zieber) Lake, 76, died Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015, at Via Christi Village in Manhattan. The family provided the following information. Glenna was born on May 21, 1939, in Junction City, the daughter of Glenn and Doris (Pierson) Zieber. She married Glenn Walter Lake .

  • Cats give football fans a sneak peek

    The Kansas State football program gave fans an early glimpse into this season’s team and a first look at the newly finished Vanier Family Football Complex on Saturday at Fan Appreciation Day. It was the first time fans could .

  • Lockett scores TD in debut Lockettcolor.mercury

    Former Kansas State wide receiver Tyler Lockett made a name for himself as one of the best kick returners in college football during his four-year career, and he’s taking the first step to carrying that over to the next .

  • K-State adding Wi-Fi antennas to facilities

    In his recent letter to Kansas State fans, athletic director John Currie announced the school would be adding new fan amenities at Bill Snyder Family Stadium and Bramlage Coliseum for the upcoming seasons. The school is installing 300-plus Wi-Fi and .


    Ross Irwin Pauli, 96, of Manhattan, died Friday, Aug. 7, 2015, at Via Christi Village in Manhattan. The family provided the following information. Ross was born Sept. 24, 1918, to Edward Albert and Edith Mae (Rubright) Pauli in Clarence, Missouri.  Ross was the youngest .


    Jo Ann Bayer, 90, of Basehor, died Sunday, Aug. 9, 2015, at her home, where she had lived for the past four years. The family provided some of the following information. Jo Ann, the daughter of Dennis and Silva Harper of Manhattan, lived .

  • Put children’s safety first

    Some Manhattan children — and parents — can’t wait for the first day of school Tuesday. Others would be happy to prolong summer by a week or two. Like it or not, the 2015-16 school year begins this week in Manhattan; .

  • Governor, tear down this wall

    Kansas public preschools are isolated and rare. Educators at all levels in Kansas are frustrated and fleeing. As the dust settles from one of the worst legislative sessions in Kansas history, class sizes are larger, we have a statewide teacher .

  • Kansan promotes ag education through national center

    “Creating a classroom.” That’s something that teachers do frequently. Today we’ll learn about a Kansan who is creating a classroom for agriculture, but not inside a traditional school. This Kansan is leading a national center which provides a .

  • MATC announces ADDA

    Manhattan Area Technology College’s computer-aided design department has been named an American Design Drafting Association authorized testing center. Professional certification is an examination system that the ADDA developed almost 20 years ago to establish a credentialing system based on an .

  • Manhattan native earns master’s

    Katie (Lewis) Tonniges graduated on May 8 from Bryan College of Health Sciences in Lincoln, Nebraska, with her Masters of Science in nurse anesthesia. During her studies, she published a case report in the International Student Journal of Nurse Anesthesia. Katie .

  • Fall gardening season approaches Greggeyestone1

    It has been a mix of growing conditions this summer. Hot, cool, wet, dry and everything in between has been handed to our plants to deal with. I’m ready for seasonal weather. The increasingly cool days of fall are .


Subscribers can access a list of local public employees' 2014 pay records.

You can subscribe for as little as $1.99.

Terms of Service | Privacy Policy | The Manhattan Mercury, 318 North 5th Street, Manhattan, Kansas, 66502 | Copyright 2017