• It’s not the truth Sen. Graham wants

    Maybe U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican, knows something about the September 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that no one else knows. It’s hard otherwise to understand why he condemned the House .

  • County should scrap public building commission

    To the Editor: I have followed for some time the interest of some of Riley County commissioners in creating a public building commission to be controlled by the same commissioners with an advisory committee composed of members the commissioners would .

  • Discovery Center shows the folly of liberal thinking

    To the Editor: Remember when all the city bluebloods stood before the Manhattan City Commission and this newspaper clamored for approval of the Flint Hills Discovery Center? The Chamber of Commerce, university and influential citizens told us it was a .

  • Records fall as Wildcats rout Kansas Fb1.phatch

    There’s just something about playing Kansas that seems to cure all ills, and 11th-ranked Kansas State took full advantage Saturday, beating up on the Jayhawks for an easy 51-13 victory at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Tyler Lockett broke a .

  • K-State improves run game in blowout

    After logging just 1 yard rushing against West Virginia last week, it was going to be hard for Kansas State to not improve against Kansas on senior day. With 194 yards on the ground, the Wildcats did more than just improve, turning .

  • Man diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease returns home, wins Kansas legislative seat

    Ron Wilson Contributing writer “When you are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, you try to remember good moments.  For me, those were in Ellinwood.” That statement is from a young professional who has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s, but .

  • Lockett inches closer to record trifecta Fb20.phatch

    Tyler Lockett entered his final game at Bill Snyder Family Stadium on Saturday within reach of stamping his name as the greatest receiver in Kansas State history. Lockett left with one more of K-State’s career receiving records, securing the .

  • Kinder: Bowl outlook clear as mud in final week Josh mug color

    Kansas State’s game at Baylor next week couldn’t be bigger for the Wildcats. Sure, there’s no Big 12 title game anymore, but this one could come pretty close, considering what’s all on the line for both teams. .

  • West Virginia takes down Wildcats in five games Ksuvb3.phatch

    The Kansas State volleyball team had its senior night celebrations cut short after the Wildcats dropped a 3-2 decision (20-25, 21-25, 25-14, 25-21, 13-15) to West Virginia Saturday night at Ahearn Field House. The Wildcats (22-8, 9-7 Big 12), who had .

  • MHS football lands seven on all-league

    The Manhattan High football team had seven players recognized by the Centennial League’s coaches as all-league performers on Saturday, including four on the first team. Manhattan finished the year at 7-2, sharing the Centennial League title with Topeka High .

  • Anthony Middle School students attend KAY conference

    Seven members of the Susan B. Anthony KAY Club attended the Area 3 Kansas Association for Youth Regional Conference on Nov. 7 in Wamego. The club received the Blue Award in recognition of their student leadership and service to their school, community, .

  • Manhattanite named to Phi Kappa Phi honor society

    TOPEKA — Washburn University student Shari LaGrange-Aulich of Manhattan was inducted into Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. LaGrauge-Aulich is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology. The 36 Washburn students elected to membership in Phi Kappa Phi include juniors in the .






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