Manhattan Public Library marked the start of its expansion with a groundbreaking ceremony Saturday afternoon. Community members filled the library auditorium to mark the occasion. Manhattan Public Library director Linda Knupp said that it was nice to see so many people attend the ceremony, which
Arthur-Green law firm of Manhattan named Tyler A. Darnell as a partner in the firm. Originally from Damar, he earned his bachelor’s degree from Kansas State University and his Juris Doctorate from Washburn University School of Law. Darnell joined the firm as an
Clint Sandmann earned CFP certification after passing a national exam. Sandmann, investment adviser of Stewart Advisory Services LLC in Manhattan, has been authorized by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards (CFP Board) to use the Certified Financial Planner and CFP certification marks in accordance
Debra Rodenbaugh-Schaub of Manhattan was elected Rotary District 5710 governor for 47 clubs with more than 2,500 members across the eastern half of Kansas. She is a past president of the Manhattan Konza Morning Rotary Club, and the third woman in Rotary District 5710’s history to serve as
Alison Champlin has joined The Trust Company as a receptionist and office assistant. Prior to joining the company, she was a cosmetologist for six years. Champlin is a native of Council Grove and graduated from The American Academy in 2007. The Trust Company is an independent,
Phillip Cattell received his professional audio recording engineer certification on Jan. 10 from The Institute of Audio Engineering Arts, located at BRC Audio Productions in Kansas City, Kan. He completed a six-semester curriculum including studio and location recording, audio for video and film, mastering, musical instrument
Mary E. Gevock of Manhattan; Joshua Seuk Kim of Junction City; and Maggie Lanigan of Randolph made the fall 2013 Dean’s List at Iowa State University. Students named to the Dean’s List must have earned a grade point average of at least 3.50 on
When things you hold dear are taken away, it’s easy to become bitter and secluded. For Kassim and Sorkel Alkhatib, it wasn’t things taken away. It was worse. It was two sons — suddenly gone. In the spring of 2012, Weesam and Shwan Alkhatib, both
City engineer Rob Ott says that several street projects are scheduled this year in Manhattan. Ott makes the point that the projects with top priority are meant to alleviate traffic congestion in the city, or reduce waiting times at various intersections. Ott offered this list
Q: Manhattan has a sidewalk snow removal ordinance. Why is it not enforced? I live in and walk the area Leavenworth/11th/Moro/3rd and more than half of the walks are NEVER cleaned.
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