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  • Women's Basketball | April 16, 2014

    Recruit gets release, while Romero fights for hers

    McKenna Treece knows all too well what Leti Romero is going through right now. While Romero is awaiting the verdict from the appeals committee regarding her request for a release from Kansas State today, Treece is finally able to move on and begin focusing on

  • Baseball | April 16, 2014

    Cornhuskers ease to 14-5 rout of Cats

    LINCOLN, Neb. — The Kansas State baseball team allowed a season-high 22 hits against Nebraska on Tuesday as the Wildcats lost 14-5 at Hawks Field. K-State (20-17, 2-7 Big 12) scored the game’s first four runs, all with two outs, in the top of the first, but

  • Movies | April 15, 2014

    Film-makers get amusing couple of hours out of NFL draft


    There’s a new Kevin Costner sports movie out. “Draft Day” will please fans of his earlier films about baseball — “Bull Durham,” “Field of Dreams,” and “For Love of the Game”—and other sports — “Tin Cup” and “American Fliers.” But there isn’t much playing

  • Local |Kansas State University | April 15, 2014

    Donilon assures audience that US remains powerful

    Former national security adviser Thomas Donilon said he believes the United States is not on a path to decline, but built for a solid future. Donilon, who was security adviser to President Barack Obama, spoke Tuesday at McCain Auditorium as part of Kansas State University’

  • Local |Business | April 15, 2014

    Landfill’s free day causing problems

    WESTMORELAND — Free Day at the Pottawatomie County Landfill has apparently become a victim of its own success. A record 571 vehicles crossed the scales Saturday, April 5, during the landfill’s annual Spring Free Day — nearly 100 more than the previous record of 477. “I never thought we’d

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | April 15, 2014

    House fire spreads to next-door building


    Manhattan firefighters quickly gained control of a fire on South Juliette Avenue early Monday night, but not before it did almost $200,000 in damage to two residences and contents of both houses. The Manhattan Fire Department was dispatched to 702 S. Juliette Ave. at about 6:20 p.m.

  • Manhattan High School | April 15, 2014

    MHS names George new boys coach

    After co-leading the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team for half of last season following the resignation of Tim Brooks, Benji George was named head coach of the Indians Monday afternoon. A statement announcing the hiring was posted to the USD 383 website on Monday. Athletic director

  • Local |Education | April 15, 2014

    Board to discuss state’s school finance bill

    Members of the USD 383 Manhattan-Ogden Board of Education are scheduled to discuss the Kansas Legislature’s school finance bill, the district’s nondiscrimination policy and a couple maintenance projects at their 6:30 p.m. meeting on Wednesday. USD 383 director of business services Lew Faust plans to

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency |Traffic | April 15, 2014

    Driver flown to Topeka after cement truck rolls


    A cement truck driver was flown by Life Star helicopter to a Topeka hospital Monday after suffering serious injuries when his truck rolled onto its side in the 6200 block of Anderson Avenue. Riley County police and emergency officials responded to the accident at about 12:12 p.

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency |Business | April 15, 2014

    Vehicle crashes into beauty store

    A downtown beauty supply store needs a makeover — courtesy of a suspected drunken driver. At about 2 a.m. Tuesday, Riley County police responded to Linde International Beauty Supply, 114 S. Fourth St. Officers discovered that Scott Daougherty, 23, of Junction City, had crashed his 2004 Ford F150 into

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