• KSU equestrian upsets No. 3 TCU

    The Kansas State equestrian team continued its home winning streak on Friday at Timbercreek Stables, as the Wildcats took down third-ranked TCU in a head-to-head battle, 14-5.  The Wildcats clinched all disciplines in the matchup against TCU, winning Hunt .

  • Yoga challenge proves physically difficult but rewarding Megan.moser1

    Recently, in some rare and possibly deluded burst of self-esteem, I signed up for a monthlong yoga challenge. The terms were demanding: participants were required to go to at least six classes a week for four weeks, tracking their attendance .

  • When your parents go digital Greg doering047cut.phatch

    My mother is now a full participant in the digital world, which is good, but it’s going to take some time to get used to on my part, as another member of my family stops calling and starts texting. .

  • Lawmakers discuss state’s finances

    Area legislators voiced their concerns Saturday regarding education funding after Gov. Sam Brownback announced cuts to school spending. Rep. Sydney Carlin, D-Manhattan, Sen. Tom Hawk, D-Manhattan, Rep. Ron Highland, R-Wamego, and Rep. Tom Phillips, R-Manhattan spoke Saturday during a legislative .

  • K-State Drag Show offers up costumes, laughs Drag4.phatch

    If there’s one thing a drag show has, it’s a lot of costume changes. Victoria Fox used one of her performances to show off a Storm costume in a re-imagining of the X-Men member as a pop star. “.

  • Trial set for Belvue man accused of killing uncle

    WESTMORELAND — A Belvue man charged with first-degree murder was found competent to stand trial on Thursday, but may receive further psychological evaluation. A preliminary hearing for Christopher Michael Arand was scheduled for 9:30 a.m. on March 6, at which time he .

  • Chamber honors Yunk, Knackendoffel

    A former Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce chairman was named the organization’s Citizen of the Year Friday night. Dan Yunk, a former superintendent for Manhattan-Ogden schools and Kansas Farm Bureau CEO and executive director, received the Lud Fiser Citizen .

  • Sooners shoot past Wildcats

    Oklahoma entered Saturday night’s women’s basketball game against Kansas State leading the Big 12 in 3-point shooting. Peyton Little showed the pink-laden crowd in Bramlage Coliseum why. Little hit four of from long range in the first half and .

  • Bears deal Cats second straight loss

    WACO, Texas — Much like in Wednesday loss at TCU, the Kansas State men’s basketball team came out on fire to start the second half. But this time around, after holding No. 20 Baylor without a field goal for the first .

  • MHS wrestlers win Wichita regional

    The Manhattan High wrestling team picked a good time to win its first trophy of the season. After a runner-up finish at the Centennial League meet two weeks ago, Manhattan came home as regional champion after winning the Wichita Southeast .

  • Indians compete at state swim meet

    With athletes in just four individual events and each of the three relays, the Manhattan High swimming and diving team was going to have a hard time competing for a top-15 spot in the team standings at this weekend’s .

  • Wildcat track tunes up for Big 12s

    The Kansas State track and field teams capped off their final meet before next weekend’s Big 12 Indoor Championships, with several Wildcats recording either personal or season-bests in a strong showing at the K-State Open Friday. Competing in their final .


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