Holocaust victims remembered
According to Aaron Brown, senior in criminology, remembering the horror and the death of World War II is necessary to save people of all faiths from ever being subjected to such torment.
“It’s very important to remember the past and what happened to these people,” Brown said. “If we don’t, we’ll let it happen again.”
And the second article:
Best Buy considering store in Manhattan
Lyle Butler, Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce president, said nothing has been finalized on the possible store.
"Best Buy is looking at Manhattan, but they haven't confirmed with anyone officially that they are coming to Manhattan," he said.
Butler said cashiers at the Topeka store have been promoting a store in Manhattan.
"People have been told by employees at the Topeka store to look for a store in Manhattan soon," he said.
Right now I would place this barley above a rumor level, but it would be really cool to get a Best Buy here.
Now, if we get a minor league indoor football team, and I won't need Topeka anymore.