Varney & Associates, CPAs, announces that Erin Dunlap and Lisa Johnson have been promoted to principal and senior manager, respectively. Erin graduated from Kansas State University with her bachelor’s degree in business administration and master’s degree in accountancy. After graduation, she worked for
Allure Surgical Arts and Dr. David Hendrick will be hosting an open house after the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting on Tuesday. The ribbon cutting will commence at 4:30 p.m. and the open house will follow immediately after from 5 to 7 p.m. Food will
There has long been a battle between the White House and the State Department’s Foreign Service over ambassadorial appointments. The Foreign Service wants all ambassadors to be Foreign Service officers (FSOs), while presidents often want to reward supporters with ambassadorships. The Obama administration has
Hopefully, you were able to attend some of the fruit growing seminars at the Manhattan Area Garden Show. There are two more opportunities for discussing fruit growing coming up. I will be presenting on fruit growing at Nelson’s Landing in Leonardville on Thursday, Feb. 27.
Kansas State University student Clarissa Corkins has been named a Nancy Larson Foundation scholar and awarded a $1,000 scholarship in recognition of her outstanding academic record and community service. The Nancy Larson Foundation awards scholarships to juniors, seniors and graduate students majoring in elementary education
NORMAN, Okla. — A halftime deficit was too much for the Kansas State men’s basketball team to overcome in an 86-73 loss at Oklahoma on Saturday. The loss marked the sixth straight loss on the road for the Wildcats (18-9, 8-6 Big 12), who were out
State Rep. Tom Phillips, of Kansas’ 67th district, has filed for re-election to the Kansas House. Phillips’ term in the House began Feb. 1, 2012. He was chosen by a majority of Republican precint representatives to fill the seat left vacant by the resignation of Susan Mosier.
TOPEKA — The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team battled all night, but couldn’t get over the hump against Highland Park on the road Friday night, falling 54-44. The Indians cut the lead to two in the fourth quarter at 46-44, but couldn’t get the
TOPEKA — The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team struggled to put the game away, but ultimately came out on top on the road against Highland Park, winning 44-30 Friday night. Darby Price had 20 points and 14 rebounds for the Indians, with Caroline Ballard adding nine points and
Bill Clark, executive director of the Flint Hills Regional Council, told Manhattan and Riley County officials on Thursday that he will move to a part-time role with the council. Clark said the council is restructuring its personnel due to the inability to afford the full
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