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  • The chronicler of K-State Tim.phatch

    Tim Lindemuth has been a constant media presence for K-State since the latter part of 1970s. That will change on noon Friday, June 29 when Lindemuth retires as K-Stater editor, the “dream job” he’s held since 1993. Completing 83 magazines during his .

  • Company combines man’s love of music, helping people Neighbor 1

    Dan Murphy, owner of Mid-America Piano, has a couple of passions in life: music and helping others. Through his company, he’s sometimes able to combine the two loves. Murphy began Mid-America Piano in August 1986 with an inventory of two .

  • At 93, Moshier enjoys walking and golf — and a daily glass of Scotch Neighbor.phatch

    A daily meal of French toast with no syrup, a peanut butter sandwich, and a glass of Dewar’s Scotch may not seem like the nutritional building blocks for a long life. But for 93-year-old Leland Moshier, it’s what .

  • Having beaten cancer, woman to run Relay for Life Relay.for.life7.phatch

    A tennis ball is approximately 6.7 centimeters in diameter. During tornado weather, people like to say they find hail the size of it. It’s also the size of the tumor that doctors removed from Lindsay Geisler five years ago. According .

  • You can count on mail carrier to help fight hunger in the area Mail.phatch

    For many college students, the second Saturday in May means the end of school. To Fred Stork, it has meant fighting hunger for nearly 13 years. Stork, a letter carrier with the Manhattan post office, is the coordinator of the city’.

  • Through a lens provocatively Neighbor.phatch

    Kiley Clagg got started in boudoir photography several years ago when she decided she wanted to have some sexy photos taken. She had just turned 35 and had lost a lot of weight. Feeling good and proud of her accomplishment, she .

  • Offering refreshment of a different sort in the Ville Neighbor 4-23.phatch

    Anybody who frequents Aggieville on the weekends has probably seen Tim Gotchey on Moro Street promoting the love of Jesus. Gotchey, 52, is pastor of College Heights Baptist Church. Since June 2007, he has stood in front of Pita Pit twice a .

  • The man of steel Neighbor.phatch

    Describing his recovery from a nearly fatal car accident, Mark McAlister sounds like a college’s fight song bellowing: Fight! Fight! Fight! That makes sense since the former strength and conditioning coach was around college students for nearly 18 years of .

  • At the ready, dispatcher takes all calls seriously Neighbor 4-9.phatch

    Thinking she was taking Mylanta, an elderly woman in Riley County once ingested a spoonful of silver polish. When she realized her mistake, she called 911 in a panic. It was 3 a.m. and Wayne Colson answered her call. People like .

  • A: Waiting; Q. What’s the hardest part? Neighborpic-wright.phatch

    Dennis Wright admits he can’t tell you much about Shakespeare, but he can tell you about traveling around the world. If you’re lucky he might even tell you about lending his hat to the president of Mexico. The 54.

  • Helping others cultivate their own family trees Neighbor

    When people come to Misty Gandara to learn how to get started in genealogy, she always tells them the same thing: “Start with yourself!” “You want to prove that somebody was on this Earth on a certain time on a .

  • Animals need more than a playmate Neighbor 3-39-12

    Behind every good animal is a good zookeeper, because that keeper does more than people might expect. Rachel Meek, a keeper in Sunset Zoo’s South America area, deals with animals of many varieties, including flamingos, tortoises and anteaters. She .


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