Six students graduated from Flint Hills Christian School on May 18. The salutatorian, Amber Seymour and the two valedictorians, Courtney Cranford and Mary Harner, all spoke of their time at FHCS and about what the future may bring. Courtney Cranford plans on attending Emporia State University.
Stan Ward has been named the Director of the Adult Learning Center for USD 383. Ward will begin his position July 1. Ward currently serves as coordinator for federal/state programs and grants for USD 383. He has held that position since 1996. He has a B.S. in
Jordan Edmunds, junior in dietetic at KSU, Manhattan, received a 2013 Outstanding Student Leadership award from KSU’s Lafene Health Center for her volunteer service and leadership while participating in student organizations sponsored by Lafene. Edmunds is pursuing a degree in dietetics with a minor in
Trisha’s Studio 24 Salon and Day Spa has hired four stylists. Sherri Ann Fabre has been a hair stylist for two-and-a-half years. She specializes in all hair types, color, highlights, color correction, relaxers, perms, manicures, pedicures, shellac and waxing. Education includes Maxtrix, Redkin, OPI and
Information Systems Manager Gregg Gibson retired on Friday after 40 years of service with the City of Manhattan. He began his work with the City of Manhattan on June 4, 1973, as the accounting and data processing supervisor. He was promoted to city clerk in 1979, and in 1985, had
GTM Sportswear, a provider in custom-embellished team uniforms, warm-ups and practice apparel, has promoted Seth Nieman to the position of eCommerce manager. Nieman will envision, define and oversee the development of GTM’s internet retail site, including feature-functionality, user interface, search engine optimization (SEO), landing
The Sierra Club named Robert Sommer director of development for the Kansas chapter of the Sierra Club. Sommer is known to Sierra Club members in Kansas for his years of work as the chapter’s political chair and as the Konza Group chair. He authored
The controversial decision of a Riley County district judge to forego prison time for a man convicted of killing two people while driving drunk has led some to question the fairness of the departure. Among them are the prosecutors in the case and the victims’
Kansas State President Kirk Schulz is getting a $60,000 raise. Pay increases for Schulz and the top administrators at the state’s other five public universities will start July 1 after the Kansas Board of Regents approved them Thursday. Schulz’s salary will be $460,000, a 15 percent increase
A Junction City minister accused of the molestation of several underage boys is set to appear in Geary County District Court Tuesday in what should be his final status hearing. Jordan Young, 25, a music minister at the Faith Tabernacle Apostolic Church, faces multiple counts of
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