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  • Area Schools | November 02, 2014

    Frankfort 60, Blue Valley 14

    At Randolph, Frankfort dealt Blue Valley the final blow in a winless season for the Rams, winning 60-14 on the road. Frankfort finished the season at 5-4 and missed the playoffs, while the Rams lost all nine games this season.

  • Area Schools | November 02, 2014

    Centralia 46, Rock Creek 13

    At Flush, Rock Creek had the misfortune of facing its district’s champion in the final game of the season, and lost 46-13. Centralia had all but wrapped up the district title before it traveled to Flush, and cemented in with a steady attack that

  • Tennis | November 02, 2014

    Wildcats strong on Day 2 in Houston

    HOUSTON, Texas — Kansas State women’s tennis registered a strong afternoon on the second day of the Jason’s Deli Collegiate Invitational on Saturday on the Rice University campus. The Wildcats carded six singles wins and one doubles win. K-State’s six singles wins came

  • Women's Basketball | November 02, 2014

    Craig working to get on track for junior season

    Craig.phatch

    Bri Craig can sometimes be her own worst enemy. The junior from Lincoln, Neb., was on her way to becoming a star for Kansas State after her first season in Manhattan. As a freshman, the 5-foot-9 guard averaged nearly nine points a game, was one

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency | November 02, 2014

    House fire causes $20K in damage

    An estimated $20,000 loss occurred to a northeast Manhattan home after a Saturday morning fire. The Manhattan Fire Department was dispatched at 8:37 a.m. Saturday to 737 Frey Drive for a report of a structure fire. Upon arrival, firefighters found a single-story residence with light smoke showing.

  • Local |Kansas State University | November 02, 2014

    Ten grad students to represent K-State at forum

    Ten Kansas State University graduate students who are researching Kansas-related topics have been chosen to represent the university at the 12th Capitol Graduate Research Summit in early 2015. The students were chosen based on their research presentations at Research and the State, an annual on-campus event

  • Obituaries | November 02, 2014

    PAT REASONER

    Pat Ann Reasoner, 80, of Keats, died Monday, Oct. 27, 2014, at her home in Keats surrounded by her sons, Michael, Mark and Matt. The family provided some of the following information. Pat was born Floretta Jean McAlister on Oct. 15, 1934, at Freedom, Okla.  She was the youngest

  • Obituaries | November 02, 2014

    ALEXANDER HAMBLIN

    Alexander Delane Hamblin, 26, of Manhattan, died Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014, at his residence. The family did not provide the cause of death. The family provided some of the following information. Alexander was born in Great Bend on April 7, 1988, to Debra (Horyna) Pratt and the late Everett Hamblin.

  • Obituaries | November 02, 2014

    ROBERT F. BENTLEY

    Robert F. Bentley, 84 of Leonardville, died Friday, Oct. 31, 2014, at his residence. Funeral services are pending with the Anderes-Pfeifley Funeral Home in Riley.

  • Books | November 02, 2014

    Past and present, beauty and deterioration blur in ‘Unravished’

    A recurring theme within Hester Kaplan’s 2014 short-story collection, “Unravished,” is the disillusionment between an individual within a larger community and that which was once beautiful. In “Unravished,” the book’s title story, for instance, Alice, the protagonist, struggles between wanting and refusing the housing


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