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Ongoing investigation continues in St. George vehicle burglaries

The Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office and the St. George Police Department continue to investigate vehicle burglaries in the St. George area. These ... read the rest»

Search warrant executed in Manhattan (Pott. Co.)

On Friday, Feb. 5, 2016 at about 11:47 a.m., the Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Deputies along with Wamego Police Department executed a search warrant ... read the rest»

Kansas Profile – Now That’s Rural: Jill Mason – Confetti & Cashmere

****This news release from K-State Research and Extension is posted at ... read the rest»

COME MONDAY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT GAME ON FOR KANSAS SCHOOLS ‘WALK’ TO TOPEKA ADVOCACY EVENT

MANHATTAN — Members of Game On for Kansas Schools, a nonpartisan grassroots public education advocacy group, have been walking 60 miles from Kansas ... read the rest»

Sports top 5

Rock Creek Basketball

Boys The Rock Creek varsity boys had two games this week one that was great and one that was not so hot. They started off the week on Monday, ... read the rest»

Friday nights game

We will not be playing a 9th (C-team) girls game at Clay Center this Friday, Dec.... read the rest»

Wamego wrestling results

The Wamego Red Raider grapplers placed third at their home invitational on Saturday, with Alec Pierson and Tyler Patrick winning their events. "We had ... read the rest»

Dawgs Repeat

Rossville fans went through a season of runaway victories wondering if a challenge was available in class 3A. On Saturday in the state championship game ... read the rest»
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Born February 10th
1902: Walter Brattain, physicist, one of the inventors of the transistor.
1910: Dominique Georges Pire, Belgian cleric and educator.
1914: Larry Adler, harmonica virtuoso.
1920: Alex Comfort, English physician and author (Joy of Sex).
1927: (Mary Violet) Leontyne Price, opera singer.
February 10th
in history
1814: Napoleon personally directs lightning strikes against enemy columns advancing toward Paris, beginning with a victory over the Russians at Champaubert.
1840: Queen Victoria marries Prince Albert.
1846: Led by religious leader Brigham Young, the first Mormons begin a long westward exodus from Nauvoo, Il., to Utah.
1863: P.T. Barnum's star midgets, Tom Thumb and Lavinia Warren, are married.
1904: Russia and Japan declare war on each other.

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