A doctoral student in marriage and family therapy is the inaugural recipient of Kansas State University’s Marie R. Bonebrake Graduate Award. The $2,400 award is being presented to Zenova Williams, Vicksburg, Mississippi. The award recognizes graduate students based on academic merit and financial need. The
Four Kansas State University veterinary students received scholarship awards at the recent annual conference of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners in New Orleans. Two fourth-year veterinary students, Lacey Robinson, Olsburg, and Jacob Hagenmaier, Randolph, received the $5,000 American Association of Bovine Practitioners Foundation-Zoetis scholarships. The
Austin Peay State University recently named Emily Stark, of Wamego, to its Dean’s list for the 2015 spring semester. Stark earned a GPA of 3.5 or greater, according to a release from the school.
HAYS — Two area students are among the 400 who completed their degrees at Fort Hays State University in the summer 2015 term. Kristina Marie Vanhorn of Manhattan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in sociology, and Tera Marie Ingalsbe graduated with a Bachelor of Science in health
Let’s go to Japan, where a buyer has ordered an antique cabinet accessory. The authentic antique has now arrived. From where do you suppose it was shipped? Yes, it came from halfway around the world, from a remarkable business in rural Kansas. Margaret and
Two people were injured in a vehicle accident Thursday on Highway 24, the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Department said Friday. Raymond Brase of Wamego was driving a red Chevy Cobalt west on US-24. As he made a left turn onto Salzer Road, crossing the eastbound lane
So how, exactly, do local officials ask the federal government for upwards of $40 million — and hope someone is paying attention? “They want to be wowed,” said Chad Bunger, Manhattan community planner and one of the principals in putting together a grant application to the U.
Sometimes birds of different feathers flock together, too. A duck and a goose often seen at Anneberg Park wander near Jerry Dishman Fishing Lake with a migrating flock of Canada geese. The friendship is likely the result of a psychological phenomenon called “imprinting.” Diane Dodson
Q:I seem to remember way back that there was a gas station and restaurant at the intersection of I-70 and K-177. Now there’s a mobile home site. Where did they get their water? A:Your question, obviously, refers to recent statements from members
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is offering up to $100,000 for the best ideas to ensure the National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility reaches its full potential as a research lab. Officials this week announced the “Think and Do Challenge,” a prize competition that seeks
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