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  • County shouldn’t remove voters from big decisions

    To the Editor: No way that Riley County commissioners should vote to form a public building commission! I do not want the building of large projects in Riley County to be decided by this public building commission. This is taxation .

  • Christmas spectacular, holiday concerts and more

    SUNDAY The Historic Columbian Theatre presents Christmas Spectacular: Toys Come Alive, 2 p.m. Also 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Jump start your holiday season with this annual variety show. Written and directed by Heather Branham-Green. Dinner .

  • Speakers offer parting advice to K-State’s engineering grads Grad5.phatch

    With a turn of the tassel and a walk out of Bramlage Coliseum in caps and gowns on Friday and Saturday, more than 1,800 students became Kansas State University alumni at fall 2014 graduation. Manhattan was full of families and graduates in .

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    Brooke Ward was one of fewer than 1,000 high school cheerleaders from around the country chosen by the National Cheerleaders Association to perform in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, which was held in New York last month. The Wamego High .

  • Donors sending Kaiden to bowl game B1.4.27.14.ksufb.spring.2.phatch

    Kaiden Schroeder, the 9-year-old boy with leukemia who has been adopted by the Kansas State University football team, got to run onto the field Saturday. It was Senior Day, and Kaiden rushed out of the tunnel with the team, then .

  • K-State still looking for confidence Kstatecolor.phatch

    Kansas State coach Bruce Weber put it simply. If you want to get on a win streak, you’ve got to start with getting the first two wins. Simple is where the Wildcats are at right now, looking to improve .

  • Shockers hang on to beat Cats

    WICHITA — The Kansas State women’s basketball team trailed by as many as 11 points Friday night, but rallied to tie the game with Wichita State with less than two minutes to go. But the Wildcats were unable to finish the .

  • Vision of redevelopment mostly realized as project comes to end

    As the saying goes, you can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, you might find you get what you need. That has been the case for developers and officials involved in downtown Manhattan’s redevelopment .

  • Indians 2nd at home dual tourney Robb.phatch

    Manhattan High head wrestling coach Robert Gonzales knew his team would be tested over the weekend, facing a pair of the state’s top teams and wrestling seven duals in three days. In the end, the Indians went 5-2 in .

  • MHS boys edge Chargers, 59-54

    TOPEKA — Facing a league team on the road in just the second game of the season, Manhattan High boys’ basketball coach Benji George knew his young team was in for a dog fight Friday night. Led by 6-foot-7 forward Josh .

  • Indians dominate Topeka West in road win

    TOPEKA — Coming into Friday’s matchup with Topeka West, Manhattan girls’ basketball coach Scott Mall wanted to see his team improve on transition defense and offense. Forcing 27 turnovers and committing only six of their own, the Indians had no trouble .

  • MHS 8th in Olathe

    Swimming at the always-tough Olathe Invitational Friday night, the Manhattan High swimming and diving team took eighth place in the 17-team event featuring some of the tougher teams the Indians will see all season. Manhattan had six individual finishers among .







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