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  • Mittie named KBCA womens’ basketball coach of the year

    Kansas State head coach Jeff Mittie was named the recipient of the 2017 Kansas Basketball Coaches Association (KBCA) Women’s Basketball Four-Year College Coach of the Year Award after leading the Wildcats to one of their winningest seasons in 10 years. K-State .

  • ‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’ has its strong points

    While the new film “The Zookeeper’s Wife” (which is showing in the mall theater) is about an important topic, that is not all that is interesting about it. As a reminder of the results of Nazi racism, it is .

  • Discussion turned into a biased attack on Israel

    To the Editor: On Wednesday, April 19, I was invited to participate in an event organized by the Mennonite Church called “Jewish and Palestinian Voices for Peace.” This event had two presenters, a Palestinian Arab and an “anti-Zionist” Jew (as she .

  • Wichmann signs with St. Olaf College for swimming

    Just a couple hours before taking the pool for Manhattan’s six-team swim meet on Wednesday, Kelly Wichmann committed to four more years of swimming. The senior signed with St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota. She was drawn to the .

  • MHS finishes second at six-team meet Mhsswim2

    Lauren Cassou had been missing the cut for the 6A state swim meet in the 100-meter freestyle by one, two or three hundredths of a second. She finally made the cut on her split of the 400-yard freestyle relay in .

  • Perfect day for ag burning is hard to find Agburn1

    Finding the perfect day for a controlled burn can be difficult. You need some wind, but not too much. The ground can’t be too dry or too wet. There should be some clouds, but the sky shouldn’t be .

  • Third city commission candidate files

    Kaleb James is the third candidate to file for Manhattan City Commission. James, a senior business analyst for Maximus, a government contractor, previously ran for the city commission in 2015. He filed on Tuesday. “I want to try to get the .

  • City seeks grease plan update for 2018

    The city wants stronger regulations for the way local restaurants handle grease. The Manhattan City Commission discussed the potential updates to the program ordinance during its work session Tuesday. The city implemented the program in 2012 to establish a permit process .

  • Feminists, others march to fight prejudice March

    With gray skies and light rain, dozens of members of the K-State community gathered on campus Tuesday evening to “take back the night.” K-State’s Feminists Igniting Resistance and Empowerment, also known as FIRE, led a march from Bosco Plaza .

  • Landlord sues 4 Olives for unpaid rent, loan

    CivicPlus owner Ward Morgan’s real estate company has sued owners of the now-closed 4 Olives restaurant for failure to pay its lease and loan. Icon Investments LLC, Morgan’s company, has filed a lawsuit against 4 Olives LLC, 4 Cakes LLC, Kenneth .

  • Charles Daniel Green

    Charles Daniel Green, 91, died Thursday, April 20, 2017 at Santa Marta in Olathe, KS. Charles was born in Manhattan, KS to the late Mont J. Green and Mary Teresa (McCarthy). Raised in Manhattan, Charles is a veteran of WWII where he faithfully .

  • Wesley Flinn

    Wesley C. Flinn, age 90, of Manhattan, died April 24, 2017 at Via Christi Hospital in Manhattan. He was born July 31, 1926, on the family farm near Wheaton, Kansas, the son of Charles Harold and Sarah “Sadie” (Holder) Flinn. Wesley graduated from Westmoreland High .


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