Mary Renee, the emcee for the Little Apple Music Festival, had a few words for the audience Saturday: “Music is music.” The message was for those longtime attendees of the Little Apple Jazz Festival, created in 2005 and renamed the Little Apple Music Festival this year.
Junction City officials are asking for the public’s help in identifying whoever is responsible for the theft of as much as 30 percent of the city’s entire water usage. In a statement released on the city’s website, officials said they have been unable
A former mainstay of North Third Street is coming back to an area that’s seen better days. A Richmond, Mo. couple, have announced their intent to re-open KFC in a new building at the site of the existing abandoned restaurant, 901 N. Third St. Rajeev
On Monday, Riley County commissioners announced their intent to create a public building commission. The creation of such a commission raises several questions, among them why would the commission exist, what would it do and who would be impacted by it? Discussion of the idea
The board of directors of Symphony in the Flint Hills, Inc.has chosen Christy Davis as the organization’s new executive director. Davis will officially start on Monday. “We are thrilled to have Christy on board and serving as executive director,” said Marty White, board
Marinello Schools of Beauty has announced the winners of its fifth annual Raw Talent Scholarship competition, and local student Kynedee Hodges from Rock Creek High School won first place in the Midwest region. The victory means she will receive $10,000 toward a Marinello education. The competition
New Boston Creative Group, LLC, has named Robin Lonborg as its new business manager . Originally from Kansas City, Lonborg has worked in accounting for 12 years. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in electronic media and filmic arts from Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Wash. She
Caitlyn Webb of Colorado Springs, Colo. is a recipient of a $1,500 college scholarship awarded at Fort Riley. Caitlyn’s parents are Craig and Susan Webb. Caitlyn plans to enroll at Kansas State University. She is involved in student council, National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian
Matthew Shanower of Manhattan received a bachelor degree during North Central College’s 148th Commencement on June 8 by conferring degrees on 732 students. Of those students, 628 received bachelor degrees and 104 earned master degrees. Founded in 1861, North Central College is located in the Historic District of Naperville,
Mary Olson of Manhattan received two CALI Excellence for the Future awards. The CALI Award is given to the highest scoring student in each law school class at many law schools.Olson received the award for Torts I class for the fall 2012 semester and Property
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