Continued from last Sunday’s edition of The Mercury, here is the list of accolades for the Manhattan High School class of 2015. Tyler Daveline: High scholastic achievement - 4.0 GPA,MHS; athletic scholarship - soccer, Nebraska Wesleyan University; Nebraska Wesleyan Achievement Scholarship, Nebraska Wesleyan University; Nebraska
The OZ Museum has received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award. Now in its fifth year, the award celebrates excellence in hospitality and is given to establishments that consistently achieve great traveler reviews on TripAdvisor. Certificate of Excellence winners include accommodations, eateries and attractions from
Harry’s Deli recently unveiled a new menu. The cafeteria-style delicatessen in the Wareham hotel at 418 Poyntz Avenue in Manhattan has been open for more than 20 years. Many of the deli favorites have remained, however there are a number of new selections. Eight new sandwiches
Superior Roofing M&M, Inc. co-owner Charles F. McCarthy III retired on June 1. McCarthy has been in the roofing business for over 40 years and a partner of Superior Roofing since 1991. The company thanks McCarthy for his partnership and friendship.
Manhattan Area Technical College held its spring commencement exercises May 15, 2015, at the Hilton Garden Inn. Darrell Brensing, Director of Manhattan Area Vocational Technical School from 1969-1976, delivered the commencement address to 171 graduates in 14 programs of study. MATC awarded 87 associate of applied science degrees and 84 graduates
The K-State Alumni Association recognized eight recent Kansas State University graduates for outstanding achievements and leadership within the multicultural and international communities at the university. The honors include four graduates who earned the Multicultural Leadership Award. Those awards went to Mercedes Perry, bachelor’s in
Kansas State University is getting closer to possible employee furloughs if the Legislature doesn’t pass a budget by midnight Saturday. “We are currently notifying people now,” said Jeff Morris, K-State’s vice president for communications and marketing. He said he did not know exactly
Emergency officials have concerns about potential Wildcat Creek flooding after a storm that lasted from Thursday evening into early Friday morning. After last night’s rainfall, Wildcat Creek at Scenic Drive went from 3.11 feet at 9:15 a.m. Thursday to 10.48 feet at 9:15 a.m. Friday. The
A section of Fort Riley Boulevard was briefly closed during the Friday morning rush hour while Riley County and federal law enforcement officers executed arrest and search warrants at Mike Ryan’s Midwest Wholesale, an automobile wholesaler, at 524 Fort Riley Blvd. Law enforcement officials blocked
I have run stairs at K-State’s Memorial Stadium in the past for exercise, and last year they filled in nearly all the seating on the west side for landscaping. Now it looks like they’re starting to do something on the east side bleachers.
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