Plenty of area residents are holding their breath as politicians in Washington play partisan politics over the Affordable Care Act, using a possible government shutdown as leverage. The latest continuing resolution to keep the country funded expires Monday, and Congress has yet to pass a
“Wizard of Oz” fans can breathe a sigh of relief. Dorothy Gale was aquitted Saturday in a mock trial at the Columbian Theatre in Wamego. The beloved character was tried for the murder of the Wicked Witch of the West and theft of a pair
The floral arrangement has arrived for the funeral service. The grandfather, a lifelong outdoorsman, is being laid to rest. But his casket piece is no ordinary collection of plants. It is a remarkable arrangement of beautiful flowers, intermingled with deer antlers and his actual fishing
The architect team of Ebert Mayo/PGAV has been selected for the new College of Business Administration building at Kansas State University. The team was chosen through a national competition conducted this summer. Construction is expected to start in September 2014 and be completed in July 2016.
Chloe Larson came to Manhattan from Tennessee. She specializes in hair and natural nail services. She works Monday and Wednesday-Saturday. Tracy Stueve is a massage therapist and works by appointment only. She will also be working as a front desk assistant. Chay Schneller is
The Better Business Bureau serving Nebraska, South Dakota, Kansas Plains and southwest Iowa recognized Pioneer Services, the military division of MidCountry Bank, with a 2012 Integrity Award during an award ceremony at The Embassy Suites in Lincoln, Neb., on Sept. 19. The award was for the
The customer support team hired its newest team member, Staley Cluts, as a senior support specialist. Cluts has more than 15 years of experience with networks and services, domain administration and troubleshooting. For 13 years, Cluts worked with CACI as a systems analyst III, where he
They come unannounced. Some may be looking for shelter; others are looking for a meal. They make their way through fences and mazes of equipment, unaware of the potential danger that exists within an electric substation. When birds, snakes, raccoons, squirrels and other wildlife come
Samuel Brinton, an alumnus of Kansas State University, received a Out to Innovate scholarship from the National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals. The scholarships are awarded to undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) programs who
Kansas State University and Manhattan Area Technical College both bucked a trend with increased enrollment, according to data released Friday by the Kansas Board of Regents. The jumps occurred despite the state’s overall higher education enrollment being down this fall. Kansas State has 24,581 students
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