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  • Manhattan High School | March 03, 2014

    MHS announces spring practice schedule

    Despite basketball gearing up for the postseason, spring sports begin practicing today at Manhattan High. The baseball team will work with freshmen from 3:30-5:30 p.m. at the MHS East gym, while upperclassmen will be at the West Campus’ North Gym from 7:30-9:30 p.m.

  • Baseball | March 03, 2014

    K-State baseball wins third straight

    ABILENE, Texas — Jared Moore’s first quality start and a Wildcat offense that reached double-digit hits for the third straight game led the Kansas State baseball team to an 8-3 win over Missouri State late Saturday night at Crutcher Scott Field. It was the third

  • Court Calendar | March 02, 2014

    Riley County Attorney’s Office Calendar

    Monday, March 3, 2014 9:00 – KSL 9:00   Alexander, Y’Quesha   Status (14 CR 16 Domestic Battery)  BKD   III 9:00   Bates, Marcus   SENTENCING (13 CR 497 Att. Distribution of Meth.)  KSL   III 9:00   Donlon, Damian   SENTENCING (13 TR 1098 DUI #3)  BRW   III 9:00   Drummond, Eric  

  • March 02, 2014

    Local restaurant of over 50 years returns from brief hiatus to new space


    Chatter and the sound of forks and knives filled the back of the new Hibachi Hut Wednesday afternoon. The table was covered with various half-eaten entrees and appetizers as Ward and Brenda Morgan — the restaurant’s new owners — pored over the subtleties of each dish

  • Manhattan High School | March 02, 2014

    Indians beat Topeka Seaman for league crown

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    he Manhattan High girls’ basketball team has two primary goals for the season. Win the Centennial League, and get back to state. With Friday’s 47-38 win over Seaman, they’re halfway there. In a battle of teams with undefeated league records on senior night,

  • Manhattan High School | March 02, 2014

    Stitt’s 12 points help MHS boys beat Seaman, 62-51

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    With a 62-51 win over Seaman on senior night just a few minutes from completion, it was time for Manhattan High’s Alex Stitt to leave the court one last time. Before coming out of the game to a roar of applause from the crowd,

  • Local | March 02, 2014

    Press association leaders brave hostile situation to aid threatened Guatemalan publisher

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    In our complex world, The Mercury’s editors can sometimes feel the heat. The heat seldom burns. That’s not the case for some Latin American editors. Among the most courageous of those I know personally is Jose Ruben Zamora. This is his story. Jose

  • Local |Government, Politics | March 02, 2014

    Local GOP delegation: No on cuts

    Members of the all-Republican Kansas congressional delegation are standing in opposition to proposed defense cuts. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel announced last week that the Pentagon is proposing reducing the Army to its smallest size since the buildup to World War II. The proposed troop

  • Local |Kansas State University | March 02, 2014

    Challenges face K-State designers


    The pageantry and excess of “The Hunger Games” will grace the runway on Monday at the K-State Student Union. The book series is the theme for this year’s Project Runway event, organized by the Union Program Council. Seven student designers will emulate a piece

  • Local |Business |Kansas State University | March 02, 2014

    Casino Night scores for Boys and Girls Club


    Friday night at the K-State Alumni Center was a lot like Vegas – except those who went could tell people what they did. The Boys and Girls Club of Manhattan held its annual Casino Night fundraiser, which served as an anniversary celebration. Which anniversary was it?

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