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  • Manhattan High School | September 28, 2014

    MHS boys soccer whips Great Bend

    The Manhattan High boys’ soccer team’s offense was red hot for about five minutes in Saturday’s win 5-1 over Great Bend at Bishop Stadium. That’s all it took to take care of the Panthers, who allowed back-to-back goals less than a minute

  • Manhattan High School | September 28, 2014

    MHS volleyball takes 4th at Seaman

    The Manhattan High volleyball team traveled to Topeka Saturday for the Seaman Invitational, taking fourth place after a 4-0 run through its pool. The Indians rattled off four straight wins, including a win over eventual-champion Hayden, to earn a top seed in bracket play, before

  • September 28, 2014

    Manhattan entrepreneur grows website business

    San Jose, Calif., is located in the Silicon Valley, home to some of the nation’s largest high tech companies. But the website for the city of San Jose is not designed by any of those. Instead, it was designed and is hosted by a

  • September 28, 2014

    Abilene shocks undefeated Wamego, 25-14

    WAMEGO — The Wamego Red Raiders fought to overcome their emotions, turnovers and the Abilene Cowboys Friday night. In the end, it was simply too much, as Abilene came away from the clash of unbeatens with a 25-14 victory. “We didn’t play well,” Wamego coach

  • Area Schools | September 28, 2014

    Mustangs pound Wabaunsee, 35-8

    Rockcreek grouptackle.phatch

    FLUSH — The first two times Rock Creek touched the ball on Friday, it put the game away. Rock Creek opened the game with a 95-yard kick return touchdown from Nate Berard. And less than four minutes later, Alex Feldkamp blocked a Chargers’ punt and returned

  • Gardening | September 28, 2014

    Plants could use a deep soaking

    Greggeyestone1

    Fall is a good time for plant health. The evening temperatures drop to allow plants to store up food. However, the limiting factor right now is moisture. We haven’t been receiving enough natural rainfall for good plant health. The inch of moisture a week

  • Obituaries | September 28, 2014

    LOIS CONLIN

    Lois I. Conlin, 87, of Topeka, passed away Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014. Lois was born June 26, 1927, in Wakefield, the daughter of Clarence and Alice (Carlstrom) Carpenter. She graduated from Wakefield Rural High School. Upon graduation, she moved to Topeka where she worked for the Santa Fe Railroad for

  • Obituaries | September 28, 2014

    WINIFRED DENNING

    Winifred R. Denning died Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014, at Salina Regional Health Center. A memorial Mass for Winifred Rose Denning, 92, Salina, will be at 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 29, at Sacred Heart Cathedral. Winnie was born March 24, 1922, in Kansas City, Mo., to Velta Bell and Glenn Moore. She

  • Obituaries | September 28, 2014

    JIM BLACK

    James N. “Jim” Black, 81, of Manhattan, died Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014, at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. Jim was born Nov. 20, 1932, in Minneapolis. Complete obituary and service information will be announced later by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home, 1616 Poyntz Ave., Manhattan, KS 66502.

  • Obituaries | September 28, 2014

    CHARLES SCHMIDT

    Charles L. Schmidt, 62, of rural Antonino, died Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014, at his home. He was born April 13, 1952, in Hays to Richard R. and Mabel M. (Werth) Schmidt. He graduated from St. Joseph Military Academy in 1970. He married Alexia Gross in 1975 in Antonino. Charles was a farmer


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