• Offensive assistant leaving for Rutgers

    Kansas State football assistant director of recruiting and offensive quality control coach Scotty O’Hara announced on Twitter on Monday night that he is leaving Manhattan to take a similar position at Rutgers University. O’Hara’s tweet stated, “Proud .

  • MHS boys basketball drops out of rankings, girls stay at No. 2

    After one week in the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association top 10, the Manhattan boys basketball team fell out of the class 6A rankings in the latest poll, which is released every Monday. The Indians fell to McPherson in the championship game .

  • Wildcats get second chance to beat No. 2 Baylor

    Usually one to ponder his answer for a moment before addressing a question from the media, Kansas State women’s basketball coach Jeff Mittie immediately knew the answer to one in particular Monday afternoon. He stood on the second floor .

  • Wildcats look to break five-game Ames losing streak

    After coming off of thrilling wins last Saturday, Kansas State and Iowa State will look to continue its upward trends in the Big 12 as they face off on Tuesday. The Wildcats (15-4, 4-3) are coming off a 79-75 win versus .

  • MHS girls finish second, boys fourth in bowling home opener

    After some home-opener jitters cleared, Manhattan’s bowling team got down to business at Little Apple Lanes on Monday. “Overall, they picked it up quite a bit,” head coach Robert Regan said. “I was impressed with the girls. After that .

  • KSU police: Student accidentally shot himself in dorm room

    A 19-year-old K-State student is in “stable condition” after he accidentally shot himself Sunday night in Goodnow Hall. The Kansas State University Police Department received a report of a medical situation at 8:10 p.m. Sunday. Police determined the injury was .

  • Big Lakes watching KanCare issues

    Big Lakes Developmental Center officials are cautiously keeping their eye on the federal goverment’s denial of a KanCare extension, said Lori Feldkamp, director of the center. Feldkamp gave a short update of issues the center is facing to the .

  • Lessons from dad, granddad guide Stephanie Watts’ planning Swatts

    Part of being a planner is knowing what works best. So when you ask Stephanie Watts about her opinion of a picture of her, she’ll give it to you. “Don’t use that one,” she said. “It makes me .


    Dean Robert Campell, 88, died Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017, in Wickenburg, Arizona. Dean was born in Topeka on March 10, 1928. He was the son of Valda Vera (Johnson) and Ralph Lawrence Campbell Sr. He graduated form Topeka High School and attended the University of .

  • Civilian-Fort Riley ties invaluable

    Residents don’t need to be told that the region’s economy marches in something close to double time when Fort Riley is teeming with soldiers and their families. It wasn’t a generation ago as the result of a .

  • MHS-East classrooms are too cold… or too hot

    To the Editor: I understand that USD 383 has put together a committee to look at the needs of facilities for the Manhattan-Ogden School District. A need committee members should pay more attention to is the heating and cooling of classrooms .

  • City commission to review its goals Tuesday

    The Manhattan City Commission will review its updated 2017 goals Tuesday during a work session. The meeting starts at 5 p.m. at City Hall. The commission had a retreat on Jan. 12 to discuss and set its goals for the year. The .


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