• PAUL HEIDEL

    Paul L. Heidel, 77, of Salina, died Monday, Jan. 12, 2015. He was born Sept. 4, 1937, in Manhattan. He was the son of Frank P. and Catherine A. (Otnes) Heidel. Paul was preceded in death by his son, Christopher Heidel; daughter, Joann Shotwell; brother, .

  • JERYKA LAWRENCE

    Jeryka R. (Lobner) Lawrence, 27, of Manhattan, died Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015, after a two-year battle with cancer. The family provided some of the following information. She was born on Jan. 30, 1987, in Shawnee. She was the daughter of John and Becky (Sisson) Lobner. .

  • MYRON B. ‘PETE’ PETERS

    Myron B. “Pete” Peters, 65, of Morganville, died Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015, at his home. He was born on April 19, 1949, in Pennsylvania. He was the son of Frank and Amy Peters. Pete was a truck driver who enjoyed going on coast to coast .

  • WILLIAM R. ‘BOB’ ROGERS, JR.

    William R. “Bob” Rogers, Jr., 49, of Manhattan, died Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015, at his residence. His family provided some of the following information. He was born on May 30, 1965, in Westmoreland. He was the son of Wm. R. “Bob” Rogers, Sr. and Mary (.

  • Honoring MLK, library opening

    Ben Hopper Contributing writer Residents will have a chance to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King this weekend. On Saturday, the Manhattan Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Committee will be hosting the annual MLK Jr. Community .

  • Free throws help Cats upend Texas Tech

    When you know an opponent isn’t shooting free throws well, it’s not all that bad to send it to the line a few times. But when that team starts the game 16 of 17 and finishes the night 21 of 26 — then .

  • Cats edge Tech for 3rd straight win Ksumbb2.phatch

    New game, same problems. The Kansas State men’s basketball team looked to extend it’s two-game winning streak on Wednesday with a win over Texas Tech that showcased the newly developed maturity from road win over Oklahoma. It was .

  • Bad first half dooms KSU women

    STILLWATER, Okla. — Kansas State really never got started Wednesday night and it cost the Wildcats against No. 21 Oklahoma State, losing to the Cowgirls, 69-47, at Gallagher-Iba Arena. K-State scored a season-low 13 points in the first half, making just 6 of 29 shots .

  • McCrane named Freshman All-American Matthew mccrane.phatch

    Kansas State kicker Matthew McCrane was named to the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) Freshman All-America team Wednesday. McCrane is the first Wildcat to earn Freshman All-America honors since 2011 when center B.J. Finney and kick returner Tyler Lockett .

  • Weather, policy play role in late, canceled flights Air2.phatch

    American Eagle, the sole airline that operates out of Manhattan Regional Airport, consistently has been the worst performing airline in the nation in terms of on-time performance. Last year, American Eagle ranked first in flights with delays above two hours .

  • Airport facility might use eco-devo money

    Economic development funds could be used to build a building at the Manhattan Regional Airport, based on discussion at the Manhattan City Commission meeting on Tuesday. The commission held a joint work session with the Airport Advisory Board to discuss .

  • Someone you otter meet at the zoo New otter (2).phatch

    Community members may have to wait up to two months to see a new otter at Manhattan’s Sunset Zoo, but they can participate in naming it. The zoo recently welcomed a 7-year-old female Asian small-clawed otter. She will join .





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