Mick Charney, an associate professor of architecture at K-State, still has a memento from when he first realized his interest in architecture. When he was in elementary school, a salesman came to his family’s door peddling encyclopedias. His parents .
Sheryl Fjell’s students don’t love math like she does, but she will go out of her way to help them solve a puzzle. “I’ve always loved math,” she said. “It’s just so fun. It’s just .
Part of being a planner is knowing what works best. So when you ask Stephanie Watts about her opinion of a picture of her, she’ll give it to you. “Don’t use that one,” she said. “It makes me .
With new technology, we can get a bird’s-eye view of places we thought we knew, and a local man is using this ability to explore. Kyle Griffith has always been interested in using technology to capture parts of the .
When Emily Quiles sets her mind to something, she knows how to make it happen. Quiles started her own business as a piano teacher when she moved to Manhattan. She started training for another of her passions, piloting helicopters, as .
On Jan 27, 1990, K-State lost 57-85 to the University of Kansas at Bramlage Coliseum. Also on that day, Fort Riley soldier Kevin West met KU student Alyn Pennington Our because one of his friends invited a former girlfriend to Manhattan to .
As junk food for every meal seems to become more and more normal, Lindsay Siebert tries to make it easier for people to make nutritious, home-cooked meals for their families. Siebert began selling her “My Family Meal Planner” in 2006 and .
Pamela Nealey has always enjoyed caring for and mentoring children. Nealey, director of operations for the Boys & Girls Club of Manhattan, used to babysit when she was younger and taught girls modeling. Her passion for working with children has .
For one area couple, serving their community is all about making the town as special as it should be. Bunny and Gary McCloud, have made a name for themselves in Wamego through their community service, including focusing efforts to benefit .
WAKEFIELD — The use of dead cats isn’t an indicator for the quality of most jobs. However, most jobs aren’t taxidermy. “If they can do a good cat,they’re a pretty talented taxidermist,” Clint Bowman said. Clint is .
Timothy Shaffer has neighbors who disagree with him politically, but he and his wife still made a point to take their daughters trick-or-treating in their neighb orhood because it’s more important to be a part of the community. Shaffer .
Even after having produced 344 watercolor paintings of houses, Cora DuChene still doesn’t consider herself a professional. “Even though I sell paintings, I don’t know when you become more professional,” DuChene said. “I just know I still have a .
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