• MADELINE DUNN

    Madeline Dunn, 95, of Manhattan, died Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. She was born on Nov. 21, 1919, in Lincoln County, the daughter of Edward and Nona (Gourley) Mathews. Complete obituary information is pending and will be announced .

  • K-State adds, loses recruits as signing day looms

    A pair of three-star linebackers have changed their minds and are no longer headed to Kansas State — both major blows to the Wildcats’ 2015 recruiting class, just days ahead of National Signing Day on Wednesday. Loganville, Ga., linebacker Mohamed Barry and .

  • Cats put win streak on line vs. Texas Mittie.phatch

    Riding two straight victories and the first road win for coach Jeff Mittie at Kansas State, the Wildcats now get set to host the 20th-ranked Longhorns Wednesday night. Though the Wildcats are on a bit of a roll in the .

  • K-State men to play Colorado St. in 2015-16

    Kansas State men’s basketball coach Bruce Weber said last month that his team was searching for its next opponent to play at Intrust Bank Arena in Wichita. Weber hinted then that the opponent might be Colorado State, and on .

  • Former Steelers All-Pro to speak in Manhattan

    Tunch Ilkin, former Pittsburgh Steeler All-Pro offensive tackle, will speak at a men’s gathering at First Presbyterian Church in Manhattan this Saturday, Feb. 7 at 9 a.m. Ilkin is currently a television sports commentator and color analyst for Pittsburgh Steelers .

  • K-State women ranked No. 11

    The Kansas State women’s track and field team moved up to No. 11 in the country in the latest U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Division-I Computer Rankings. The jump marks a one spot improvement from .

  • K-State invites fans to vote on soccer crest

    K-State fans have an opportunity to decide the official crest for the K-State soccer team with an online vote on the K-State Sports Facebook page beginning today and ending at noon on Friday, Feb. 13. “We are excited for K-State soccer .

  • Baseball players greet unit returning from Africa Redeployment2.phatch

    FORT RILEY — Family, friends and a few Kansas City Royals greeted 86 soldiers with the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team on Monday as they returned from Africa. After meeting with his father briefly, Pfc. Zachary Palmero took the opportunity to reminisce .

  • Event to offer free food, services

    Everybody Counts, an event to provide services for people in need, is happening this weekend. Rev. Patrick McLaughlin of First United Methodist Church shared the details to the Riley County Commission during its meeting on Monday. A variety of events .

  • Commission to discuss increasing flight size

    There could be more seats for passengers going to and from Dallas at the Manhattan Regional Airport if the Manhattan City Commission approves a measure Tuesday bringing larger planes to Manhattan. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at City Hall. .

  • Trial set for soldier accused of rape

    A Fort Riley soldier accused of raping a woman in the parking lot of the local movie theater in August will stand trial in May. Spc. Sean Wedgwood, 23, Fort Riley, appeared with his counsel, Larry McRell, in front of Judge .

  • Scroggs: New parking structure would address 3rd Street ‘black hole’

    Downtown executive director Gina Scroggs gave Riley County commissioners an update on the proposed parking garage on Third and Houston. A 441-stall garage that includes use of the current AJ Pizza’s parking lot at a cost of about $6.6 million .





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