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  • BONNIE RAPP

    Bonnie Rapp, 90, of Manhattan, died Sunday, July 12, 2015. The family provided some of the following information. Bonnie was born July 19, 1924, in Norcatur, the daughter of Ethyl and Oliver “Shorty” Wickham. She married Bob Rapp on Nov. 14, 1944. He preceded her in death .

  • BETTY R. ALBRIGHT

    Betty Ruth Albright, 83, of Manhattan, died Tuesday, July 21, 2015, at Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community in Manhattan. The family provided some of the following information. Betty was born Sept. 6, 1931, in Hermleigh, Texas, the daughter of Clyde and Frances (Giles) Rea. She graduated .

  • MARY E. MONTELONE

    Mary E. “Betty” Montelone, 95, of Manhattan, died Wednesday, July 22, 2015, at Via Christi Village in Manhattan. The family provided some of the following information. Mrs. Montelone was married for 62 years to Louis J. Montelone. He survives of the home. Their children .

  • MERLIN D. KOPFER

    Merlin Dale Kopfer, 89, of Clay Center, died Thursday, July 23, 2015, at Medicalodge in Clay Center. The family provided some of the following information. Merlin was born Oct. 8, 1925, in Clay Center, the son of August and Vera Ethel (Sherbert) Kopfer. On July 3, 1946, .

  • County maps going mobile

    Riley County residents soon will have access to more advanced web-based mapping technology, even on their smart phones. Kevin Howser, the county’s information technology and geographic information systems (GIS) director, told county commissioners Thursday staff members in his office .

  • Ribbons, life lessons all part of judging experience for 4-Hers Judging1.mercury

    After working on projects for the summer, or sometimes an entire year,  the payoff for many 4-Hers arrived on Thursday with judges reviewing their work at the start of the Riley County Fair. “Lots and lots of creativity in .

  • Ex-CFO reported missing last seen Monday afternoon

    Bob Griffith, a 54-year-old from Manhattan, disappeared on Monday. His wife said she’s reported his disappearance to police. She set up a Facebook page and started a campaign to try to help find him. Police did not return calls .

  • Flint Hills MPO to apply for transit, traffic grants

    A policy board gave its approval for the Flint Hills Metropolitan Planning Organization to apply for $300,000 in grants to study transportation efficiency and traffic patterns in the region. Stephanie Watts, who heads the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), said the MPO .

  • Whiplash just a cowboy… monkey Whiplash2.mercury

    One of the most experienced cowboys performing at this week’s Kaw Valley Rodeo is also the smallest. He’s been traveling the circuit for 20 years, and although he tips the scales at a measly 7 pounds, this cowboy can outdraw .

  • Westar rate request is excessive

    Westar Energy isn’t always negotiating a rate increase, but it sometimes seems like it. The power company, which received a $30.7 million rate increase in 2013, is now seeking a $152 million boost. If granted, it would gradually raise the fixed cost .

  • Iran’s government complicated

    With a nuclear deal between the international community and Iran to ensure that Iran will not have the capability to build a nuclear weapon, the world is reminded yet again that Iran is one of the most important countries in .

  • Researchers attack antibiotic resistance, shape public policy

    Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine researchers are looking at the growing problem of antibiotic resistance and are helping shape public policy on the issue to keep humans and animals healthy. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates .





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