Jan Biles

Sign up for $5,000 in prizes at wedding expo

Wedding fashions, photography, catering, venues, transportation, music and other services related to tying the knot will be showcased from 10 a.m. to... Read more

At Home: Manhattan resident grows hundreds of daylilies

Manhattan resident Ann Redmon loves daylilies. She has 900 registered varieties growing on the 2/3-acre lot at her home, as well as... Read more

50 Reasons: Travel in Kansas helps drive the economy

Travel is big business in Kansas, contributing billions of dollars each year to the state’s economy. Read more

Tip of the week: Micro managing

Tip of the week: Micro managing

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At Home: Response line answers gardeners’ questions

What plants thrive in shade? When should a lilac bush be trimmed? What is this rusty substance on my green beans? What... Read more

'66 tornado commemoration adds participants

Twist of Fate, the Topeka Capital-Journal’s 50th anniversary commemoration of the tornado that hit Topeka on June 8, 1966, is shaping up... Read more

Historic sites unite to coordinate efforts

An alliance of local historic sites that are partners with the Freedom’s Frontier National Heritage Area is working together to coordinate... Read more

Volunteer Topeka: Staci Dawn Ogle wants to connect to community through art

Staci Dawn Ogle, a mixed media artist using photography and painting, has lived in Topeka her entire life and is making a... Read more

Next-to-New sale raises money for senior center

The rooms, basement and storage units at the Rice Community Center are overflowing with items that have been donated to the fourth... Read more

Program honors 101 Riley Co. soldiers killed in WWII

A program commemorating the 101 soldiers from Riley County who lost their lives in World War II is being planned in Manhattan.

“The... Read more

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