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  • MHS bowlers finish regular season at JC

    The Manhattan High bowling teams finished off the regular season competing at a quadrangular meet in Junction City. The boys’ team finished in second place with a pin score of 2,471 behind Junction City, which won with a 2,685. Shawnee Heights was .

  • Wamego sweeps Marysville on senior night

    At Wamego, the Red Raiders’ girls basketball team celebrated senior night with a 57-46 win over Marysville on Tuesday. Wamego jumped out to a 20-8 lead from the beginning and kept going from there. The Red Raiders built a 30-18 .

  • Axtell 73, Valley Heights 58

    At Blue Rapids, big efforts from Kayla Smith and Sidney Blackburn weren’t enough to propel Valley Heights to a won on Tuesday, losing to Axtell, 73-58. Kayla Smith scored 27 points and Blackburn had 21 for the Mustangs, but Axtell had .

  • Linn 54, Frankfort 29

    At Linn, Frankfort struggled in the second quarter and never recovered on Tuesday, losing at Linn, 54-29. Linn jumped out to a 17-13 lead, and held the Wildcats to two points in the second quarter to extend its lead to 27.

  • Wamego 76, Marysville 41

    At Wamego, Dillon Blain scored 24 and Eli Miller and Kyler Alderson had big games in a 76-41 win over Marysville. The Red Raiders led 17-10 after the first quarter and pushed its lead out to 42-27. Wamego made its biggest .

  • Frankfort 45, Linn 33

    At Linn, Frankfort scored just four points in the third quarter on Tuesday, but it still managed to beat Linn, 45-33. Frankfort was helped out by a nice effort in the first half, leading 11-5 after the first quarter and 27.

  • Axtell 63, Valley Heights 60

    At Blue Rapids, Axtell erased a 11-point first quarter deficit on Tuesday to beat Valley Heights, 63-60. The Mustangs built up a 20-9 lead after one quarter, but Axtell started to chip away at the lead in the second quarter .

  • Reject repeal of tuition bill

    “The children of undocumented persons who are making use of these in-state tuition rates are exactly the kinds of students we want in Kansas. They must be highly motivated to succeed. They’ve gone to our high schools. They’ve .

  • Construction firms did a great job on City Hall project

    To the Editor: Over the past several months in preparation for the Parks and Recreation addition to City Hall and the mechanical and electrical modifications to Peace Memorial Auditorium, Monday, Feb. 16 — Presidents Day — was identified as the only day that .

  • Goss to present business lecture

    Michael Goss, former managing director and head of global investor relations for Bain Capital, will be the spring 2015 speaker for the Kansas State University College of Business Administration’s Distinguished Lecture Series. The lecture will begin at 9:45 a.m. Thursday .

  • Kodo show at McCain proves interesting, exciting Christopher.conner1

    A decent crowd took refuge from the Oscars on Sunday evening and attended a performance by taiko performers Kodo in McCain Auditorium. Titled “Kodo One Earth Tour 2015: Mystery,”  much of the show is comprised of compositions written in the .

  • VERNON C. MILLER

    Vernon C. Miller, 85, of Junction City, died Sunday, Feb. 22, 2015, at Geary Community Hospital in Junction City. The family provided some of the following information. Vernon was born Nov. 18, 1929, in rural Geary County to Charles Jonathan and Edna Ruth Knopp Miller. .





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