• K-State sets records at ESU Open

    EMPORIA — The Kansas State track and field team put up a solid showing at the ESU Spring Open in Emporia this weekend, nabbing multiple meet records en route to five first-place finishes. Held in Emporia State’s Fran Welch Stadium, .

  • 1V8 leads K-State to big day at Crew Classic

    SAN DIEGO — Kansas State’s 1st Varsity 8 highlighted a big effort by the Wildcats’ rowing team at the San Diego Crew Classic Sunday, as the crew notched a program-best second-place finish in the Collegiate Varsity Grand Final. Held at Mission .

  • Phillips: Expect increase in taxes

    Questions related to the state budget dominated conversation during a meeting of area legislators Saturday morning. The event, hosted by the Chamber of Commerce but open to the public, gave residents a chance to ask questions and express concerns to .

  • Lee Elementary raises funds with playful event Family1.phatch

    Going to school isn’t generally about fun and games, that’s exactly what went on this weekend — at Lee Elementary’s annual Fun Fair. Students and their families were free to wander from classroom to classroom Saturday, playing games .

  • Panel to weigh liquor law change

    TOPEKA — With thousands of dollars in campaign contributions at stake in the 2016 election cycle, GOP legislators are weighing the risks of acting on a fiercely lobbied issue: allowing supermarkets to sell liquor. Senate Majority Leader Terry Bruce, a Nickerson Republican, .

  • AIB International to break ground on $7.5M expansion

    AIB International will mark the beginning of a $7.5 million building project Wednesday with a groundbreaking ceremony. AIB, 1213 Bakers way, started as the American Institute of Baking and is now a Manhattan-based center for food industry research and training. The first .

  • Local man reflects on his contributions to dog training 1.phatch

    Charles Kramer looks down at the small dog sitting by his heel and gives her a command. His 7-year-old Papillon, Charlee, runs in a figure eight around his feet. Then Kramer starts to walk, Charlee weaving in and out between .

  • Foster just one of many oversharing Ned seaton

    Marcus Foster got kicked off the K-State basketball team because he put a picture of himself on Twitter with a plastic lizard named Randolph. Well, to be completely accurate, he said: “Me and my boy #randolph lit on the beach.” .

  • Controlled burns canceled Sunday because of wind

    Riley County officials canceled controlled burns Sunday because of wind. Fire Chief Pat Collins said since the wind speed went over 15 miles per hour on Saturday, it wasn’t safe to continue burning. He also ceased burning for three hours .

  • Pokes rout K-State, 12-3

    STILLWATER, Okla. — The Kansas State baseball team was unable to overcome six two-out runs in the first inning by No. 12 Oklahoma State on Saturday as the Wildcats lost to the Cowboys, 12-3, at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium. After holding Oklahoma .

  • Indians fall at home to Blue Valley West, 3-2 1.phatch

    After blowing out Topeka High Thursday night at Bishop Stadium in its season opener, the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team found itself in a much closer battle Saturday afternoon against Blue Valley West. Ultimately, the Indians fell to the Jaguars 3.

  • Indians swim to 4th-place finish at Manhattan Invitational Bussman 200medley.phatch

    After back-to-back meets on back-to-back days, Manhattan head swimming and diving coach Jerry Carpenter and his team were exhausted by the end of Friday night’s Manhattan Invitational at the KSU Natatorium. Following a sixth-place finish on Thursday in Emporia, .


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