• Let’s not overlook Arbor Day

    The Washington Times doesn’t think much of Earth Day. Maybe the conservative newspaper is correct. Maybe, as it contends in an editorial, Earth Day, which since its inception in 1970 has been commemorated on April 22, “hijacked” the traditional celebration of .

  • Spencers Theatre of Illusion a great family show Christopher.conner1

    The McCain Performance Series continued Sunday afternoon with Spencers Theatre of Illusion. Kevin and Cindy Spencer are the husband and wife duo behind the show, with Kevin being the stage presence while Cindy serves as the assistant onstage and behind .

  • Indians take 2nd at home triangular Scipio 50free.phatch

    In a rare Monday meet, the Manhattan High swimming and diving team took second place in a home triangular with Emporia and Hays at the KSU Natatorium. Because of KSHSAA rules about scheduling events that conflict with other activities, the .

  • Ballet set at McCain

    The Russian National Ballet Theatre will perform “Don Quixote,” the ballet based on Miguel de Cervantes’ epic tale of romance and chivalry at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 26, in Kansas State University’s McCain Auditorium. The full-length ballet, set in imperial .

  • ‘No Exit’ performed at K-State’s new Purple Masque G.w.clift1

    K-State’s still new-ish School of Music, Theater, and Dance recently got a major facility up-grade. While a lot of area play-goers have warm feelings about the frequently over-heated old Purple Masque Theater, it had been a cheap retro-fit stuck .

  • NORMA ZIMMERMAN

    Norma Van Buren Zimmerman, 88, of Alta Vista, died Saturday, April 18, 2015, in Ponca City, Oklahoma. The family provided some of the following information. Norma was born June 20, 1926. She graduated from Herington High School and attended Kansas State University, majoring in journalism .

  • WARREN J. BAYER

    Warren J. Bayer, 93, died Saturday, April 4, 2015, at his home in Basehor, where he lived for the past four years. He married Jo Ann Harper in December 1945, and they were together for 69 years. The family provided some of the following information. .

  • RAYMOND PIPER

    Raymond Piper, 63, died Wednesday, April 1, 2015, at Stormont-Vail Hospital in Topeka. Raymond was born Aug. 24, 1951, in Manhattan. He was a retired USDA meat inspector and loved to fish and hunt. He is survived by his only daughter, Kimberley Munoz of Topeka, .

  • SEAN P. HAMM

    Sean Patrick Hamm, 37, died Tuesday, April 14, 2015, in Wichita of a cerebral hemorrhage. He was born Aug. 6, 1977, in Manhattan to Christopher and Kathleen (Stewart) Hamm. Even though Sean was legally blind he enjoyed many hobbies, especially playing Frisbee golf and fishing .

  • Mercury should resist ‘cheap shots,’ focus on cause of school board dilemmas

    To the Editor: This is a comment on the Friday, April 17, editorial with the headline, “Is board really serious about cuts?” Frustration should not be focused on the members of the school board. They are citizens dedicated to making our .

  • I’m glad gay pride parade was a success

    To the Editor: I was both happy and sad to see the recent photo in the Mercury of the Little Apple Pride Parade, held on April 11. It made me smile to see the group celebrating the LGBT community in a .

  • K-State women to play national champ UConn

    The Kansas State women’s basketball team will travel to Storrs, Conn., next season to play the defending national champion Huskies in the first of two games against UConn. Wildcat head coach Jeff Mittie announced the home-and-home series with Connecticut .





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