John Bosch is no stranger to departing from the norm. However, how the judge in Kansas’ 21st Judicial District selects those departures, specifically in several of the sentences he’s handed out in the last 15 months or so, has raised questions among attorneys, officials and
Paul Davis isn’t shy about what he believes the Nov. 4 election means to Kansas. “This election is as significant of one as there has been in my lifetime,” the Democratic candidate for governor said to about 65 supporters at Triangle Park Saturday afternoon. Davis, dressed
After two and a half years of development, CivicPlus’ $12.5 million project is complete. “It’s overwhelming to think about how we started in a back alley office in the Candlewood Shopping Center and now have this amazing building,” said owner Ward Morgan, who founded the
Kansas State University and its faculty are being honored with three national awards for commitment to diversity and inclusion. The university has received a 2014 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity, or HEED, award, from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine. Minority Access Inc. also has designated the university
Olivia Collins, Kansas State University assistant professor emeritus of leadership studies, was named the recipient of 2014 Wildcat Pride Award. Collins received the award, which recognizes K-State faculty or staff who have been instrumental in advancing the mission of the K-State Alumni Association through the support
FAYETTE, Iowa — Upper Iowa University announced the dean’s list for the summer term 2014. To be honored, a student must have earned a minimum 3.5 grade point average for the semester and be enrolled as a full-time student. Area students are Patrick Burch, Manhattan, public administration;
Trisha’s Studio 24 hired Sierra Evans to its team. Studio 24 is a full service salon and day spa at 8837 E. U.S. 24 in Manhattan. Evans specializes in highlights, hair color, haircuts, waxing and nail services. Her favorite specialties include highlighting and haircutting. To make an
502 Media Group hired Christy Chase as its new account executive. Chase graduated from Kansas State University with a bachelor’s degree in electronic journalism and minor in leadership studies. Some of her past experiences include four years at the Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce as
Veronica’s Veil is now open at 404 Humboldt St., Suite C, alongside Tsubo Solutions Massage Therapy. The store provides henna, temporary body art and other old world art. It is open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesdays, 1 to 4 p.m. Fridays, and by appointment.
Seaton, Seaton and Dierks, LLP, received its new name on Aug. 28. The firm’s new partner, Summer Ott Dierks, joined the firm after graduating from Washburn University School of Law in December 2012. Dierks joins Richard H. Seaton, Sr., and Richard H. Seaton, Jr.
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