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  • Reserved seating for first four K-State football games sold out

    With the 2015 football season just over a month away, K-State Athletics officials announced Wednesday that all reserved seating for the first four home games is sold out as the Wildcats close in on a season sellout and run their consecutive .

  • Rohleder named to 2014-15 NABC

    Rising senior Brian Rohleder was one of a record-number of men’s basketball players named to the 2014-15 National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Honors Court on Thursday. Rohleder earned the honor for the second consecutive season, which goes to .

  • Key witness testifies at trial

    The trial of a Kansas City man accused of first-degree murder related to the 2013 death of a Manhattan man continued Thursday morning with testimony from a key witness. Christina “Tina” Love told jurors that 68-year-old John Burroughs was still alive .

  • Funk says BRO up for challenge of command changes

    FORT RILEY — Exactly a week before his own change of command ceremony, the commanding general of Fort Riley’s 1st Infantry Division, Maj. Gen. Paul Funk II led a welcome ceremony for the division’s new deputy commanding general and .

  • AG seeking review of Aguirre decision

    TOPEKA — Kansas’ attorney general will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to review a state supreme court decision reversing an Ogden man’s murder conviction. Luis Aguirre was convicted in 2012 in the murders of his ex-girlfriend Tanya Maldonado, 18,  and .

  • USD 383 school board, teachers negotiating contracts

    Teachers and the USD 383 Manhattan-Ogden school district are still working on negotiating their contracts for the upcoming year. The Manhattan-Ogden school board held a special meeting Wednesday pertaining to negotiations, however, it was an executive session, which means it was .

  • Counselor: Commissioners should reject visit invites

    Developers shouldn’t be surprised if a Riley County commissioner rejects invitations to visit their land. County counselor Clancy Holeman advised the commission at its meeting Thursday to turn down invitations to visit sites that could come before commissioners for .

  • Local soccer coaches support artificial surface B1.4.13.12.mhssc.mercury

    Manhattan High girls’ soccer coach Mike Sanchez has experience coaching soccer on both natural grass turf and artificial turf. Two years ago, the Indians moved from playing their matches on grass at Anneberg Park to the new artificial turf at .

  • Pollard was a spy, not a victim

    Jonathan Pollard, who betrayed his country while working as a Navy intelligence analyst in the 1980s, is about to be released on parole. Although 30 years, which is what he will have served when he is released, is probably long enough, .

  • Learn about community services at Everybody Counts

    To the Editor: Everybody Counts is hosting its fourth community celebration on Saturday, Aug. 1, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the 900 block of Yuma Street. Nearly 40 community social service agencies and community-based organizations will set up booths in the .

  • Why do so many smart people do dumb things?

    To the Editor: I was born in Council Grove and have lived within 50 miles of Manhattan and its places of higher education for all but three years of my life. I am used to being around smart people. I have .

  • DORMA JEAN FULTON

    Dorma Jean Fulton, 84, of Midland, Texas, died Tuesday, July 28, 2015. The family provided some of the following information. Jean was born Dec. 18, 1930, in Great Bend, the daughter of Fred W. and Rose Tammen. On April 18, 1951, she married Rex L. Fulton at .





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