Cole Gritton, a 14-year-old freshman at Manhattan High, posted a hole-in-one last Friday at Stagg Hill Golf Club. Gritton scored the hole-in-one on the seventh hole from 180 yards out with a 5-iron. Witnesses included his grandfather Earl Gritton and Dub Allam.
Manhattan resident Roger Allerheiligen won the racquetball championship in the Kansas Senior Olympics 60-65 age division on Sept. 20 in Topeka. With the win, Allerheiligen will represent Kansas at the 2013 Summer National Senior Games in Cleveland, Ohio. The event will run from July 20-August 1.
To the Editor: We would like to thank the citizens of Manhattan, members of First United Methodist Church, First Christian Church and the Douglass Center for their support over almost 43 years of the Manhattan Day Care Associa-tion Inc./Manhattan Day Care and Learning Center Inc.
To the Editor: The 39th annual Pumpkin Patch Arts and Crafts Fair at CiCo Park, sponsored by Mercy Regional Health Center Auxil-iary on Sept. 28 and 29, was a resounding success.
To the Editor: Kansas State University welcomed a new addition to Hale Library’s Morse Department of Special Collections this past April. A Heritage Edition of the Saint John’s Bible, a generous donation from alumni Warren and Mary Lynn Staley, is a rare reproduction
To the Editor: We are Republicans who are supporting Sydney Carlin for the House of Representatives.
To the Editor: La Leche League of Manhattan wishes to thank the more than 170 people who attended the 10th annual “Celebration Walk for Breastfeeding” Saturday, Sept. 22, in City Park. An enthusiastic group walked around City Park in show of support for the importance of breastfeeding.
To the Editor: Ron Wells is perfectly suited to be one of our best county commissioners ever.
To the Editor: Bluemont Elementary School has undergone an amazing renovation over the last two years. Our building has been beautifully restored and updated while still maintaining the character and history that has spanned the time of 101 years.
To the Editor: This is in regard to Arthur Loub’s Sept. 26 opinion, “Are we really better off now?”
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