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  • Dancing Pros, dueling pianos and ‘Boyhood’

    TODAY Read with Dogs, 2-4 p.m. The Reading Education Assistance Dogs program gives children the opportunity to practice and enjoy reading in a fun, low stress environment. No registration required. Sign up for a 15 minute time slot when you .

  • Art, writing contest important part of MLK events

    Manhattan Public Library hosted and sponsored the 2015 Martin Luther King, Jr. Art and Writing Contest, which has been an important part of MLK Day events for more than 15 years. The theme for this year’s contest was “Only Love Can .

  • Book explores humans’ use of maps through history

    “On the Map: A Mind-Exploding Exploration of the Way the World Looks” is a fascinating book about the history of maps, or, perhaps more accurately, the history of how people interact with maps. British author Simon Garfield is best known .

  • Witnesses, motives abound in ‘Big Little Lies’

    “Big Little Lies” is a sometimes humorous, sometimes sad novel that focuses on three women in Australia who have children in the same kindergarten class. The women don’t know it, but they and their children are in for a .

  • 70 years later, veterans recall Battle of the Bulge Siebert.phatch

    ABILENE — Julian Siebert looked down the barrel of an 88-mm artillery gun mounted on a German tank on Christmas Day, 1944. He and the other American soldiers he was with had no choice but to surrender to Germany. They were trapped. .

  • Brownback points to Legislature for budget woes

    TOPEKA — Income tax cuts that are being blamed for a deep state budget deficit were the work of the Legislature and not the governor’s office, Kan. Gov. Sam Brownback told a group of business leaders this week. Speaking at .

  • Army officials: Housing allowance change will have little effect on market

    The closest analogy might be a stone landing in a pond. Whenever something happens at Fort Riley, ripples move immediately outward through the Flint Hills region — whether it’s a big splash or a tiny little “ker-plunk.” So here’s .

  • Ogden farmer running for city council

    An Ogden farmer and maintenance supervisor filed on Thursday to run for the Ogden City Council.  If elected, Brian Still would be serving his third term as a city councilman. He served two terms in the 90s. Still says he’.

  • FHCS scholar’s bowl team wins first

    The Flint Hills Christian School junior varsity Scholar Bowl team defeated Rossville in a final match to claim the first place trophy at the 2015 FHCS Scholars Bowl Junior Varsity Invitational on Thursday.  Twelve teams participated in the tournament including .

  • MHS thespians win award

    Manhattan High School Thespian Troupe #941 was awarded the Gold Honor Troupe Award at the Kansas Thespian Conference in Wichita January 8-10, the highest category. The award was based on the following categories and was presented in a troupe notebook by .

  • Southwestern College recognizes local students on dean’s list

    WINFIELD —  Southwestern College in Winfield and at Southwestern College Professional Studies announced top scholars with the release of the dean’s honor roll for the fall 2014 semester. Full-time students who earned grade point averages of at least 3.70 (4.0 equals an .

  • Edible landscaping outside can improve a home’s value Greggeyestone1

    The home with an attractive landscape will allow for a higher selling price and sell faster, according to the real estate industry. Some benefits to a well-designed community include fostering pride and economic development. Outdoor space becomes an extension of .







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