• Ottawa University announces dean’s list, honor roll

    OTTAWA — Ottawa University announced that Jenna Stigge of Manhattan, Janelle Bailey of Riley and Caleb Krueger of Wakefield made the university’s deans list for the fall 2014 semester. To qualify,  students must be degree-seeking, have earned a minimum of 24 .

  • PEO provides grant to area student

    For the third time in a year, PEO Chapter IW of Manhattan has been able to provide a continuing education grant to a local student. Manhattan Area Technical College nursing student Lindsey Krajkoski of Junction City was presented with a $1,200 .

  • Valley Heights boys win at Frankfort

    At Frankfort, Valley Heights earned a Twin-Valley League road win Friday night with a 67-48 win over Frankfort. The Wildcats took a one-point lead to the second quarter, but the Mustangs took over from there, outscoring Frankfort 20-7 in the .

  • Riley County 64, Wabaunsee 36

    At Alma, Riley County put together a dominant effort against Wabaunsee in a Mid-East League road win. Game information and individual scoring were not available. Riley County hosts Marysville in non-league action on Tuesday..

  • Wetmore 66, BV-Randolph 44

    At Randolph, Wetmore pulled away from Blue Valley in a league matchup, winning comfortably against the Rams. Blue Valley got 21 points Haydn Budenbender, with Chase Carey adding 10 in the loss. Wetmore got 25 points from Jeremy Hoelscher. Blue Valley travels to .

  • Riley Couny 59, Wabaunsee 44

    At Alma, Riley County held off Wabaunsee for a 15-point Mid-East League road win. Game information and individual scoring were not available. Riley County hosts Marysville on Tuesday..

  • Wetmore 49, BV-Randolph 32

    At Randolph, Blue Valley played close against Wetmore for two quarters, trailing at halftime by just two points, but couldn’t keep up the pace in the second half, getting outscored by 15 to close out the game. The Rams were .

  • Valley Heights 67, Frankfort 39

    At Frankfort, Valley Heights took a 20-9 into the second quarter and built up its lead in the second half against the Wildcats, winning comfortably on the road in Twin-Valley League play. Valley Heights got 28 points from Kayla Smith, with .

  • Obama on the outside of Netanyahu invitation

    Although exceptions exist, diplomacy is generally run by a country’s executive and approved by the legislative part of a government. In the United States, the two branches have historically worked together and both knew what the other was doing. .

  • Culinary workshop to bring taste of Ireland to K-State

    Chef Paula McIntyre will import a bit of Ireland to the annual Culinary Enhancement Workshops at Kansas State University in February. McIntyre will discuss authentic ingredients and trending foods in Ireland, and will demonstrate several traditional Irish dishes on Feb. 26 .

  • KSU Theatre rolling out comedy ‘Bustown’

    K-State Theatre will present the comedy “Bustown” at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 5-7 and 12-14 p.m. and at 2:30 p.m. Feb. 15 in the Mark A. Chapman Theatre in Kansas State University’s Nichols Hall. Written by Lachlan Philpott, the Kansas .

  • A fruit garden designed to meet life’s changes Greggeyestone1

    This year marks the 12th growing season for my landscape design. A design is a roadmap used to create spaces for enjoyable outdoor activities. As family dynamics have changed over the past 12 years, some of my landscape’s play areas .


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