K-State Theatre will present the comedy “Bustown” at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 5-7 and 12-14 p.m. and at 2:30 p.m. Feb. 15 in the Mark A. Chapman Theatre in Kansas State University’s Nichols Hall. Written by Lachlan Philpott, the Kansas State University production will be
A woman in New York pours her liquid laundry detergent into the washing machine. She doesn’t realize that one element of her laundry soap came from a product transported by a machine built halfway across the country in rural Kansas. Karl Matlack is president
Terry Seier-Becker, LCP, retired from Pawnee Mental Health Services on Dec. 30 after 12 years of service. Seier-Becker is a licensed clinical psychologist. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Fort Hayes University. She began her employment
New Boston Creative Group, LLC, has hired video production specialist Erin Rains and communications specialist Julie Fiedler. Rains earned a bachelor’s degree in film production at Missouri State University in Springfield, Mo. During her time there, Rains worked on various video projects for local
Melissa D. Richards has joined Weary Davis, L.C. law firm as an associate attorney at its Manhattan office. Richards grew up in Coffeyville but moved to Manhattan in 1998 where she now resides with her husband, Jason, and three daughters. She earned a Bachelor of
Shawn Dawes has been promoted to regional property supervisor/trainer at McCullough Development, a local full-service property management and real estate development company. Dawes is responsible for the supervision and performance of properties in Junction City and Topeka as well as providing systems training for
Starting in October, 290 more USD 383 employees will gain access to the district’s health insurance program offered to full-time employees, according to a school district official. The newly covered employees include some bus drivers, paras and aides, and those who work a variety of jobs
WASHINGTON — For the first time since the 2011 Budget Control Act put in place a series of automatic spending cuts, President Barack Obama might be in the best bargaining position to move the debate his way, toward more domestic and defense spending. And that’s with
The Manhattan Country Club is reducing services and increasing dues to address debt problems, according to a letter to members. The club informed members that it would reduce clubhouse hours during the winter months and close food and beverage service early on Sundays and Tuesdays.
Sales tax numbers are up in the city’s January sales tax report compared to last year. The report primarily reflects December spending. The report shows the city received $928,134 in sales tax revenue, a 3 percent increase from last year’s reported $900,991. The city had a
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