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  • Local |Government, Politics | January 12, 2014

    New board could get money rolling for ATA

    Flint Hills Area Transportation Agency (ATA Bus) wants a bigger pile of money from the federal government, but can’t do it alone. After Manhattan was designated a metropolitan area, ATA Bus qualified to receive urban public transportation funds. However, those funds can only be

  • Local |Kansas State University | January 12, 2014

    Wildcat superfan attends 50th K-State/KU matchup

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    Mike Lewis saw his first K-State/KU basketball matchup in 1965, after waiting in the snow to catch his bus from Manhattan to Lawrence. After the game, he arrived back in Manhattan at 5 a.m., finished his paper route and went to church with his family.

  • Men's Basketball | January 12, 2014

    Cats lose another one to KU, 86-60

    LAWRENCE — Same old, same old. Nothing new to see here. Move on. For the sixth straight time, the No. 18 Kansas Jayhawks pounded No. 25 Kansas State on Saturday. And for the eighth straight time, they did it in Allen Fieldhouse. (Kansas State point guard Jevon Thomas

  • Women's Basketball | January 12, 2014

    K-State women lose at OU

    NORMAN, Okla. — Trailing by just five at the half, the Kansas State women’s basketball team was unable to overcome a 16-6 run by Oklahoma to begin the second half, as the Wildcats lost for the fourth straight time on Saturday night, 61-50. The Wildcats (6

  • January 12, 2014

    Guggisberg: K-State’s defense disappears in rout

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    LAWRENCE — Time after time, year after year, this is what happens to Kansas State inside Allen Fieldhouse. While K-State has seen teams more rich with talent come into this building and come home with their tails between their legs, this year’s matchup offered some

  • Local |Government, Politics | January 12, 2014

    Legislators may face ‘crisis’ as new session begins

    “Is there anything rosy?” Sen. Tom Hawk, D-Manhattan, asked. “How can there be?” Monday is the start of what could be a turbulent legislative session, according to area legislators. At the heart of the matter is an awaited ruling from the Kansas Supreme Court on

  • Area Schools | January 12, 2014

    Page sisters carry Wamego to rout

    WAMEGO — Concordia pushed the pace and attacked the defending Class 4A state champion Wamego on Friday night, but the Red Raiders were still too much for the visiting Panthers — keeping their perfect season intact with a decisive 56-19 rout at home. Lanie and Kaylee Page

  • Area Schools | January 12, 2014

    Red Raiders edge Concordia, 69-61

    WAMEGO — Jay-Z’s song “On to the Next One” blared from the Wamego locker room after the Red Raiders’ 69-61 home victory over Concordia on Friday night. It was a fitting anthem for Wamego, which bounced back from a nonconference loss to Rock Creek a

  • Manhattan High School | January 12, 2014

    Bowling looking to return to state

    The Manhattan High boys’ bowling team kicked off the start of its season by traveling to Wichita to compete in Bishop Carroll’s annual invitational to start the year using the Baker format for scoring. The boys finished in sixth place out of the 26 teams

  • Manhattan High School | January 12, 2014

    Manhattan wrestling team wins Salina Invitational

    Behind nine medalists, five in the finals and two individual champions, the Manhattan High wrestling team won the 24th annual Salina South Invitational on Saturday, finishing ahead of rival Junction City. Manhattan’s two champions were freshman Mason Wallace at 120 and senior Erick Sanchez at 145,


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