Next Saturday, Feb. 9 at 3 p.m., the Message of Hope seminar will be on healthy relationships.
Kansas taxpayers just paid $20,000 to clean up another mess in the wake of former Secretary of State Kris Kobach.
How does the Manhattan area compare to other regions around the country when it comes to attracting new businesses?
With frigid Arctic weather descending on tens of millions of Americans, states have declared emergencies, mail carriers are staying inside, and there’s a risk of frostbite for exposed skin in Chicago in as little as five minutes.
The lack of nuance by Allen County Regional Hospital’s (ACRH) administration regarding the staffing shortage was conspicuous in a recent newspaper article, recent article dated Jan. 26, “Nurses needed STAT.” I personally feel it was a poor attempt to spin the unfortunate news that ACRH’s descending trend persists.
Roger Stone was indicted Friday for lying to Congress and witness tampering, not for conspiring with Russian intelligence or WikiLeaks, Moscow’s partner in disseminating materials stolen from the Democratic National Committee. Yet if special counsel Robert S. Mueller III did not disclose evidence of criminal collusion, the indictment makes clear that senior officials of the Trump campaign — including, possibly, Donald Trump himself — reacted to the criminal intelligence operation of a prime U.S. adversary by secretly trying to take advantage of it.
Howard Schultz built Starbucks into a ubiquitous brand. Can the billionaire barista also build a national political organization and make a serious run for president as an independent candidate?
At a minimum, the recent government shutdown cost the U.S. government an estimated $3 billion, according to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office.
At first glance, President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize an upstart opposition leader as president of Venezuela looks like an abrupt and risky break from diplomatic norms — vintage Trump, in other words.
Former Kansas Gov. John Carlin hasn’t served in elective office since 1987, but the one-time dairy farmer who’s now a visiting professor at Kansas State’s Staley School of Leadership Studies is still worth listening to.