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Xavier Cambell, a sixth-grader at Lee Elementary, throws a javelin during Fit 6 at Bishop Stadium in CiCo Park on Tuesday morning. This is the third year of the Fit 6 program; it’s a way for students to get to know kids from other schools before moving up to middle school.



  • K-State adds power forward Mawien

    Bruce Weber got the big man he was looking for.

  • KSU’s Willock suspended following Sunday arrest

    A K-State women’s basketball player was arrested early Sunday at Johnny Kaw’s bar in Aggieville for criminal trespass and liquor purchase by a minor.

  • Bats come alive in 11-4 win over West Virginia

    The moment Quintin Crandall’s eighth-inning home run disappeared over the left-field wall Sunday afternoon, Kansas State had no reason to fret.

  • Coaches, athletics dominate list of top earners at K-State

    K-State head football coach Bill Snyder cracked the $3 million mark for pay in 2016, as he and his assistants again dominated the list of top earners at the university.


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  • QUICK THIFT Quickthift

    A pop-up thrift shop is set up in Bosco Plaza outside the K-State Student Union on Tuesday morning. The shop is part of Green Week, sponsored by K-State’s Office of Sustainability in conjunction with Earth Day. The thrift shop is a way for students to recycle clothing and limit textile waste.

  • THORNTON SIGNS Signing1

    Senior libero Jaylie Thornton signed with Kansas City Community College for volleyball on Monday. Thornton was one of two seniors for Manhattan and helped the Indians to a fourth-place finish in the 6A state tournament last season. She plans to major in pre-physical therapy.

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    • ‘Unity (1918)’ a good way to round off the year

      Among the other things that can be said for the K-State Theater production of “Unity (1918),” it is also a nice rounding off of the year.

    • Market owner feeds and paints his world

      Danny Fang feeds the world one person at a time and paints the world one picture at a time.

    • Broadway blockbuster becomes delightful chamber romp

      Monty Python’s Spamalot, “a new (as of 2004!) musical lovingly ripped off from Monty Python and the Holy Grail ,” opened a three-week run to a capacity crowd this past Friday evening in the Arts Center’s Grosh Performance Hall.

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Sports

  • MHS edges Trinity Academy with second-half goal

    If the Manhattan High girls soccer team and Trinity scoring a goal apiece in the first two minutes of the game Tuesday night seemed to suggest a shootout, the two squads followed with what could only be described as the opposite.

  • MHS softball battles to sweep Emporia

    Manhattan put together its two best games of the season against Emporia on Tuesday to head coach Monty Enright.

  • MHS MASCOT | Group to continue scholarship discussion

    The Manhattan High School mascot committee will continue discussions of creating a new scholarship during its next meeting.

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