Manhattan will honor military service members on Monday. The Flint Hills Veterans Coalition has put together several activities honoring veterans on Monday, beginning with a 7 a.m. breakfast at the American Legion Post 17. After breakfast, a parade will go down Poyntz Avenue from Third to 14
Scott Lake, certified public accountant, has been promoted to senior manager. Lake is a graduate of Kansas State University and has been with the firm since 1998. Lake specializes in small business, corporate and partnership taxation, employee benefit plans, sales tax and nonprofits. He is a
Landmark Bancorp, Inc, reported net earnings of $1,300,000 for the quarter ended September 30, compared to $1,200,000 for the third quarter of 2012. For the nine months ended Sept. 30, Landmark reported net earnings of $4.1 million, compared to $4.8 million in the first nine months of 2012. Also, Landmark’s board of
CivicPlus hired Katie Manring to join the Client Care team as a community engagement consultant. She is a graduate of Kansas State University, with a major in English literature, and an associate degree in liberal arts. She will assist with driving new functionality and community
Sport Clips Haircuts at 705 N Third Place in Manhattan is taking donations for its annual fundraiser, “Help A Hero” campaign. Since 2007, the program has supported the VFW’s “Free Call Days,” making more than 2 million calls home possible for deployed and hospitalized U.S. service
Sixteen teachers in Manhattan received funding for school projects posted on the website, DonorsChoose, from US Cellular through the Calling All Teachers campaign. The wireless carrier funded $500,000 in creative and impactful classroom projects submitted by public school teachers. Locally, the teachers received a total of $12,701.42.
WAMEGO — Funeral services are Thursday for a 35-year-old Kansas soldier killed in Afghanistan. Army Sgt. 1st Class Forrest Warren Robertson, of Westmoreland, died Sunday while deployed in the Logar province of Afghanistan. The Defense Department says Robertson died of wounds sustained when enemy forces attacked
It was worth the wait. After a seemingly endless build-up, a planeload of folks headed for the Arizona sunshine finally zoomed out of Manhattan Regional Airport Thursday afternoon. Allegiant Air’s inaugural flight from Manhattan to Phoenix-Mesa carried 133 generally pleased passengers off to the desert.
Manhattan Area Technical College is experiencing growing pains. MATC enrollment is increasing rapidly, yet state funding has not matched that growth. The college currently has more than 1,300 students, an enrollment increase of 200 percent in nine years. Rob Edleston, MATC president and CEO, said the college
USD 383 has an expected budget shortfall due to enrollment projections not being reached. Budget director Lew Faust told the school board Wednesday that the district has to find $574,294 in savings within the budget. “Not what you want to have happen, but that’s where we
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