The Kansas Golf Course Superintendents Association elected New Officers and a new member to its Board of Directors. Frank Kohman, Golf Course Superintendent at Cool Springs GC in Onaga, was elected to the board of directors of the Kansas Golf Course Superintendents Association at their
The Pathfinder celebrated Small Business Saturday last weekend by donating a box of winter hats to the Manhattan Emergency Shelter, Inc. In addition, Small Business Saturday kicked off The Pathfinder’s Small Soap Drive, in which they are collecting small, travel-size soaps and shampoos to
On Nov. 18 Bubble Wash a local car wash owned by Joe McGraw and Managed by Mark Reidy received an award from Ft. Riley and the organization of Family, Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) for recent sponsorships that help improve the experience for soldiers and their
McCullough Development Inc. is pleased to announce the promotion of Alfred Jackson to Manhattan property supervisor, effective Jan. 1. Jackson began his employment with MDI in 2002 as a Property Manager and throughout the last 11 years has been involved in many lead aspects of the Manhattan
Sgt. Robert Olp took a knee beside his third-grade son, Richard, at a laptop station in the Ogden library. They worked their way through various country presentations Thursday as a part of Ogden Elementary School’s multicultural-themed family night. Olp attended family night along with
PAXICO — Eighteen accidents on Interstate 70 Friday morning shut down a 14-mile stretch of the highway for several hours. The Kansas Highway Patrol closed a segment of the interstate between mile markers 322 and 336 near the Wabaunsee County line close to the exit for Paxico. The area
Q: I read something about the city government supposedly having a “debt limit.” Is that true? What’s so magic about a certain number?
A retired U.S. Air Force colonel who died in 2012 has provided a $5 million gift to Kansas State University through his trust. The bequest from former Manhattan resident Wayne McIntosh will benefit construction of the university Welcome Center and multicultural initiatives. McIntosh was a native
The Kansas Highway Patrol worked 13 accidents along Interstate 70 between the Wabaunsee County line and the Paxico exit. That segment of the interstate’s westbound lanes were closed for several hours until they were opened at about 9:15 a.m. A series of accidents began at 6 a.
Interstate 70’s westbound lanes between mile markers 322 and 336 are slowly opening, Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper Ben Gardner said. The fourteen-mile stretch from the Wabaunsee County line to the Paxico exit was closed because of black ice that caused injury and non-injury accidents. Because of blocked
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