A mug by Manhattan High sophomore Joy Gruenbacher is on display at the MHS Early Expressions gallery show at K-State’s Beach Museum of Art. A public reception for the show is from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday.
Let’s go to Los Angeles, for the VIP after-party for the Emmy Awards. It’s a big event, and lots of celebrities are showing up. Who do you suppose was a key planner for this event? Would you believe, a young woman from rural Kansas?
Kansas State volleyball players Katie Brand, Macy Flowers, Kersten Kober, Brooke Sassin and Bryna Vogel will participate in the annual U.S. Women’s National Team open tryout February 19-21 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The Kansas State track and field team closed out the Tyson Invitational with a spark as it saw six more athletes record personal bests with one school record on Saturday.
Former Kansas State offensive lineman Cody Whitehair and fullback Glenn Gronkowski were among the 300-plus players invited to the 2016 NFL Combine, Feb. 23-29, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind., the NFL announced Thursday.
Kaylee Page hopes it was the game that turns her season around. The sophomore guard was 3 for 6 from the field — all 3-pointers — with nine points and four rebounds in Kansas State’s 87-71 win over No. 21 Oklahoma on Tuesday night.
When the German economy improves and the country is politically stable, it is good for Europe, just as the opposite is the case. In short, to discern where Europe is going, take a careful look at Germany.
The Kansas Supreme Court’s ruling Thursday that the Legislature’s block-grant education funding method is unconstitutionally inequitable couldn’t have been much of a surprise, even to the method’s architects.
Since 1995, the Manhattan community has been supporting the Souper Bowl Food and Fund Drive over the Super Bowl weekend to benefit the Flint Hills Breadbasket’s programs.
Landlords aren’t thrilled — they rarely are when rental oversight is the topic — but the Manhattan City Commission was correct Tuesday to decide to take another crack at rental inspections.
Our local 4-H members will be growing cabbage for the county fair in July. Cabbage is the vegetable selected for the “largest” exhibit this year, and the winner will be determined by weight.
Last Tuesday evening’s appearance, as part of this year’s McCain Auditorium series, of Jessica Lang Dance was associated with the on-going “Shakespeare in the Little Apple” festivities.
The script does handle some things well—communicating Wickham’s motivation for eloping with Lydia, for example. It can be argued, though, that the zombie business hinders to the story.
This weekend “Saturday Night Fever” comes on Friday as the McCain Performance Series presents “Australian Bee Gees Show, A Tribute to the Bee Gees.”
the at-times offensively-challenged Mustangs, looking to avoid a fourth straight defeat, finished the game at the free-throw line and survived for a 42-34 win, just their second road win of the season.
The Manhattan High boys’ swim team finished ahead of six-time defending champion Washburn Rural at the Centennial League meet in Topeka on Friday, a milestone in itself.
At Abilene, the Wamego boys’ basketball team got off to a slow start but recovered to score a key NCKL road win against Abilene Friday night, 55-52.
At Randolph, Doniphan West took a 24-point lead to halftime and had no trouble taking care of business against Blue Valley, winning every quarter but the third to win big.
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A coalition of voting rights groups on Friday sued a federal elections official who decided that residents of Alabama, Kansas and Georgia can no longer register to vote using a national form without providing proof of U.S. citizenship.
NEW YORK (AP) — Mets reliever Jenrry Mejia became the first player to receive a lifetime ban under Major League Baseball's drug agreement after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance for the third time.
EL PASO, Texas (AP) — No longer the desolate space it was a few years ago, downtown El Paso is ripe with new hotels, bars, restaurants — and bulldozers that herald the planned construction of a streetcar, a children's museum, a Mexican-American cultural center and new mixed-used buildings.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — If it's up to the Republican speakers of the state House and Senate, the more than half-million Tennesseans with permits will soon be able to carry guns inside the legislative office complex.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Supreme Court threatened Thursday to shut down schools if lawmakers don't revamp the way the state funds public schools by July, ruling that a law enacted last year as a temporary fix underfunded poor school districts by at least $54 million.
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