To the Editor: In a typical week, I read about five books, one news magazine and the Mercury. In the 1970s, I went to Kansas State University and tech school. I have written several books and other items. Why do I point this out?
Two teachers have received the honor of being the USD 383 teachers of the year for 2014-2015. Casey Ewy, a special education teacher at Anthony Middle School, and Ashley Messick, a first-grade teacher at Northview Elementary School, were recognized at Wednesday’s USD 383 Board of Education
The Riley County Commission approved proposals by the county health department to fund two new full-time positions Thursday morning. Jason Orr, who has been the Public Health Emergency Response Coordinator on a part-time basis, will now be full-time in the same role, and the recently
So far, so good for the Manhattan High boys’ tennis team. Though it was an unscored team invitational, Indians’ coach Joyce Allen was pleased with her team’s showing at Washburn Rural to open the season Tuesday. Camden Adams went 3-1 on the day to
“Sabotage” seems like an independent movie with advantages. It is too stylish to be the usual sort of Hollywood general-release film, and its budget, though adequate, doesn’t support the number and variety of settings we might see in a Transformer film or something starring
The Manhattan High girls’ swim team took second place on Wednesday in a five-team meet at the Kansas State Natatorium. The Indians scored 366 team points, losing out to first-place Lawrence Free State, which had 465 points. Maize South was third with 258 points, while Junction City scored 105
Those attending Kansas State University’s 18th annual Travel and Dining Auction on Friday may bid on auction items ranging from a football autographed by Bill Snyder to a dinner party for eight at President Kirk Schulz’s home, then snack at the macaroni and
Marguerite Ferne Regier, 100, of Olathe, died Tuesday. Marguerite was born Dec. 29, 1913. She was the daughter of Jeremiah and Constance Harris. She was preceded in death by her husband, Leo Regier; sister, Mildred Wallace; great-grandchildren Christian Springer, Grace Rush, and David Ramirez. Survivors include her daughters
Helen Louise Crenshaw Sanford, 95, died at home surrounded by loving family and friends on March 13. She is survived by daughters Paula (Ron) Schubert-Laplant of Exuma, The Bahamas; Pat (Wayne) Banning of Scott Depot, W.Va.; Carolyn (Roger) Elmore of Wichita; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; brothers,
George W. Easton, 62, of Manhattan, died Wednesday at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. He was born Jan. 13, 1952, in Minnesota. Complete obituary and service information will be announced later by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home, 1616 Poyntz Avenue, Manhattan, KS 66502.
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