Although the Manhattan High softball team put up a fight in both games, the scoreboard didn’t show it against Hayden Friday evening in Anneberg Park. The Indians lost the first game of their doubleheader, 7-2, and the nightcap, 10-5. .
Kansas State athletic director John Currie is getting pretty used to ground-breaking ceremonies these days. Currie has done so many in his six years leading K-State athletics that he told the media following Saturday morning’s latest ceremony on the .
Oklahoma had 13 more hits than Kansas State going into the bottom of the ninth Saturday night at Tointon Family Stadium — after a nearly two-hour rain delay in the bottom of the seventh. Yet, somehow, the Wildcats had plenty of life .
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Kansas State women’s golfer Madison Talley carded an even-par performance though all three rounds to finish in a tie for 23rd at the 2015 NCAA San Antonio Regional Saturday at the par-72, 6,350-yard Briggs Ranch Golf Course. .
With a young and talented roster, the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team isn’t known for its physicality on the soccer pitch. At times on Friday evening at Bishop Stadium, the match between Hayden and Manhattan felt more like a .
As the Manhattan High track and field team prepares for the postseason, the Indians typically use the Salina Central Invitational as a final tune-up and a chance to rest tired legs. Usually, this procedure takes them out of the running .
The Manhattan High baseball team has struggled with plate discipline and consistency this season, but showed just how good they could be in a split with previously undefeated Hayden on Friday. The Indians lost the opener 12-3, but played one .
A statewide student business competition organized by the Kansas State University Center for the Advancement of Entrepreneurship has awarded three high school and three college students with $10,000 in prize money for their business ideas. The Kansas Entrepreneurship Challenge gives students .
Husbands learned before they were married and children learn from about the time they begin to understand how the world works that Mother’s Day is a very big deal. It’s an important occasion whether a woman is enjoying .
Stephani Roeder, 67, of Topeka and formerly of Wamego, died May 7, 2015, at her home following a short illness. Her family provided some of the following information. Stephani was born Sept. 5, 1947, in Topeka, the daughter of Gordon R. and Betty Sisson Bryan. .
Barbara Jean Hanks, 79, of Manhattan, died Wednesday, May 6, 2015, at the Via Christi Hospital. She was born on Sept. 20, 1935, in Manhattan, the daughter of Luke and Roberta C. (Brown) Starnes. Her family provided the following information. Mrs. Hanks was raised in .
Dale Staatz, 74, died Saturday, May 9, 2015, at this residence in Manhattan. He was born Dec. 2, 1940, in rural Wabaunsee County, the son of Melvin A. and Dora M. (Church) Staatz. A complete obituary with service information will be released later by the .
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