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  • Local |Business | August 04, 2013

    Prindavilles retire from Pawnee

    Fred Prindaville and Pat Prindaville retired from Pawnee Mental Health Services on July 31 after 35 years of service.  They earned their doctorate degrees in clinical psychology from Syracuse University in 1977. The Prindavilles joined the agency in 1978 and received their licenses as psychologists in 1979.  They

  • Local |Business | August 04, 2013

    Local lawyers build new firm

    Chris Bailey joined Gabrielle Thompson in a new law firm, Thompson & Bailey for the general practice of law. Bailey, a 20-year veteran child support attorney at Social and Rehabilitation Services, is a member of the Kansas Bar Association and has served as president of

  • Local |Business | August 04, 2013

    The Trust Company hires account admin

    Lori Coleman joined The Trust Company as account administrator.  Originally from Washington, Kan., Lori graduated from Brown Mackie School of Business.  Prior to joining The Trust Company, Lori was a court reporter for Riley County District Court.  Lori is a board member

  • Local |Business | August 04, 2013

    Pawnee offers new treatment program

    Pawnee Mental Health Services is offering level II intensive outpatient alcohol and other drug treatment in the Manhattan office.  Level II treatment is a structured approach for treating adults who abuse or are dependent on alcohol or other drugs. Level II, intensive outpatient treatment,

  • Local |Business | August 04, 2013

    Business receives e-community funding

    The Paxico Longbranch is the first small business to receive funding through the Wabaunsee County E-Community revolving loan fund, which was established in the fall of 2012. A traditional commercial loan, matched with a low interest e-community loan helped entrepreneurs, James and Mary Wurtz, take a

  • Local | August 02, 2013

    Wedding of 2 K-State alums to be largest ever for area

    Wedding.phatch

    The largest wedding reception in Manahttan’s history will go down on Saturday at the K-State Alumni Center with as many as 1,040 people attending the wedding and reception. When Manhattan residents Chelsea Spencer and Dylan Evans decided to tie the knot, they knew it was

  • Local |Kansas State University | August 02, 2013

    K-State termite researchers deal with an infestation

    It’s not unusual to see bugs crawling around Waters Hall at Kansas State University. In fact, since the entomology department is housed there, termites are a common sight. But that’s only true in a laboratory setting. So when a colony of the creatures

  • Local |Education | August 02, 2013

    Rock Creek enrollment to begin next week

    USD 323 Rock Creek will hold district-wide enrollment for new students only August 5 and August 6, for all returning students . •Elementary students (K-6) Returning students are asked to enroll by mail. Packets will be in the mail by July 20. Please return all forms by Aug. 5. New elementary

  • Local | August 02, 2013

    Flooding concern on creek

    Riley County’s chief safety official cautioned residents Friday that continued weekend rains could pose a flooding threat along Wildcat Creek. Pat Collins, director of emergency preparedness for the county, said expectations are that the Kansas River will crest this weekend at around 17 feet. The

  • Local |Business | August 02, 2013

    Landmark to buy eastern Kansas bank group

    A Manhattan-based bank has purchased the assets of an eastern Kansas bank with outlets in seven communities. Officials of Landmark National Bank Friday announced the acquisition of Citizens Bank, merging the latter into the former. The merger will increase Landmark’s assets by approximately 30 percent.

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