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  • Obituaries | October 09, 2014

    ANGEL RODRIGUEZ

    Angel Rodriguez, 80, died Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014, in Manhattan. He was born Oct. 1, 1934, in Ellsworth to Joseph and Jessie (Uribe) Rodriguez. Angel was a longtime resident of Manhattan where he did concrete foundation work for commercial construction and later in life was an in-home caregiver. He earned

  • Manhattan High School | October 09, 2014

    Enright hired as MHS softball coach

    Following Scott Mall’s decision to step down as Manhattan High softball coach in July, athletic director Mike Marsh announced Wednesday afternoon the decision to hire Monty Enright to take over as head coach. Enright, who has been in the district for years as a

  • Arts & Leisure | October 09, 2014

    Chili Crawl, Hoop Holler ‘N’ Shoot and more

    The Little Apple Optimist Club is hosting the 13th Annual Chili Crawl from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday. This year, sample chili from 16 restaurants in Aggieville and one ice cream stop. A“Best Chili in the ’Ville” award is presented to the restaurant with the best

  • Volleyball | October 09, 2014

    Reininger powers Cats over Cyclones

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    The Kansas State volleyball team returned home Wednesday night, extending its conference winning streak to three matches with a 3-1 (25-23, 25-12, 23-25, 25-14) win over Iowa State at Ahearn Field House. Sophomore middle blocker Katie Reininger got the Wildcats (16-2, 3-1 Big 12) rolling early,

  • Men's Basketball | October 09, 2014

    K-State men picked 4th in Big 12, women 9th

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team was picked to finish fourth in the Big 12 preseason poll, released late Thursday morning by the league. In a vote by the league coaches, Kansas was picked to win the Big 12, while Texas was second and Oklahoma was

  • Local |Fort Riley | October 08, 2014

    Funk says 1st Infantry Division’s mission is to take on Islamic State

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    FORT RILEY— Maj. Gen. Paul Funk II, commanding general of Fort Riley and the 1st Infantry Division, told reporters Wednesday that his command’s impending deployment to Baghdad and Irbil, Iraq, is about a clear mission: to take on the Islamic State of Iraq and

  • Local |Business | October 08, 2014

    Eco devo helped create 262 jobs

    Manhattan has gotten 262 new jobs at companies helped by the city since 2012, according to a 2013 economic development report. The report, presented at the Manhattan City Commission meeting Tuesday, included activities from 2013 and updates from mid-year 2014 involving companies receiving economic development funding from the city. Financial

  • Local |Government & Politics | October 08, 2014

    Sherow attacks Huelskamp’s ‘failed politics’ in 1st debate

    While Jim Sherow is running against incumbent Rep. Tim Huelskamp for the job of representing Kansas’ Big First congressional district in Washington, D.C., Huelskamp is running against Washington. At a forum Tuesday night in Salina — the first time the two have met for such

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency | October 08, 2014

    Trial set for Nichols

    A trial was set Wednesday for a man facing murder charges in a September 2013 homicide. District Chief Judge Meryl Wilson scheduled a four-day trial starting March 10 for Anthony Nichols, 34, of Kansas City, Kan., who is charged with first degree murder in connection with the death

  • Local |Business | October 08, 2014

    CVB says Manhattan behind competitors

    A study on the Manhattan Convention and Visitors Bureau’s marketing effectiveness indicated its spending is efficient, but Manhattan is behind its competitors in visitation. The study results presented Tuesday to the Manhattan City Commission was a part of the bureau’s third quarterly report


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