• Obama’s rhetoric shows weakness of his position

    Despite majority opposition both in the public and in Congress to the nuclear agreement with Iran, it looks as though the deal President Barack Obama so badly wants will be formalized. The Senate will vote on it Sept. 17 and is .

  • CivicPlus hires office manager

    CivicPlus hired Amy Blockcolsky as an office manager. In her role as office manager, she will be responsible for a number of things, which include accounts payable, managing the custodial staff, and overseeing the purchasing of office supplies..

  • Medical Associates hires physician

    Medical Associates of Manhattan, part of the Stormont-Vail family of care, hired Regan Dulin, family medicine physician. Dulin received her osteopathic medicine degree from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in 2012. She completed a family medicine residency at the .

  • St. George man becomes Orazem shareholder

    David Griffith has become a shareholder in the Orazem & Scalora Engineering firm. Griffith holds a Bachelor of Science in architectural dngineering degree from Kansas State University. He has been with the firm as a project engineer since 1998 with design .

  • G&A Real Estate hires Realtor

    G&A Real Estate hired Sherry Wheeler to join the firm. Wheeler is a graduate of Manhattan Christian College. She and her husband, Wes, have made Manhattan their home for over 30 years. Wheeler has been a licensed Realtor in .

  • Hayden employee celebrates nine years

    Hayden Orthodontics celebrates nine years with its clinical supervisor Alisha Walsh. Walsh oversees training of new assistants, maintains materials inventory, and works daily with patients. Walsh is a farm girl from northwest Kansas. She has lived and worked as a .

  • LongHorn, Olive Garden raises funds for Breadbasket

    LongHorn Steakhouse and Olive Garden recently hosted a Campfire Breakfast, silent auction and car wash charity event to benefit Flint Hills Breadbasket. The event raised $1,605 for the local food bank. All proceeds went towards Flint Hills Breadbasket’s mission to .

  • New forested zipline course brings adrenaline to Manhattan

    Steve and Kris Springer never imagined a trip to Nashville to visit their daughter would influence what they were going to do with the 80 acres in the Flint Hills they sat on back in Manhattan. With their daughter, son and .

  • Konza Prairie, Tuttle Creek offer outdoor opportunities

    As the rising sun creeps over the water-lined horizon, a white-tailed deer makes a brief cameo before dashing back into the brush, unbeknownst to the sleeping masses tucked away in RVs just feet from the glistening waves. This sort of .

  • FootGolf brings business to Wildcat Creek

    Wildcat Creek Fitness and Fun opened a FootGolf course in March 2014 — one of only 19 nationwide and the only one in Kansas at the time, but the game has quickly caught on in Manhattan and nationwide. More than 500 courses now exist .

  • Fast-growing sport gains traction at K-State

    Among the nation’s fastest growing sports are rugby, lacrosse, mixed martial arts and field hockey. But here’s one more that might not have come to mind: Ultimate Frisbee. Collegiate players of the game, most of whom just call .

  • Warner Park offers world-class disc golf, undeveloped trails and military heritage

    When the Warner family donated the 82-acre park to the city of Manhattan in 1956, they wanted the land to remain undeveloped. The city has held up its end of the bargain. Besides covered shelter, a few road improvements and man-made .


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