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  • Manhattan High School | October 03, 2014

    Offensive line leading the charge for Indians

    Year in and year out, when it comes to Manhattan High football, one thing is constant when it comes to the offensive line. They may not be the biggest, or even the strongest, but players in the Manhattan system are built to be tough and

  • Manhattan High School | October 03, 2014

    MHS takes 2nd at Hutch Invite

    The Manhattan High girls’ golf team took second place at the 17-team Hutchinson Invitational at Carey Park, shooting a 336 to finish one stroke behind Maize South. The Indians shot a 335 to win, with Goddard Eisenhower taking third place with a 340. Kylie McCarthy took third place

  • Football | October 03, 2014

    Big 12 TD leader ready for anything out of Wildcat

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    It was the obvious question, but it took a huddled group of reporters almost 10 minutes to ask it. When might Charles Jones, Kansas State’s running back and Wildcat formation aficionado, throw a pass? “It’s pretty funny to me, because that’s the question

  • Football | October 03, 2014

    Wildcats’ defense ready for Red Raiders’ passing attack

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    Through the first four games only Baylor has been better on defense than Kansas State in the Big 12. Ranking 18th nationally in total defense, the Wildcats have been even better against the run — checking in at No. 13 with 90 rushing yards allowed per game. And that

  • Men's Basketball | October 03, 2014

    KSU to host Hoop Scoop for Women

    Kansas State head coach Bruce Weber and his staff will host an inaugural Hoop Scoop for Women clinic on Oct. 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Basketball Training Facility. The clinic will give attendees a look at the ins-and-outs of the men’s

  • Local |Business | October 02, 2014

    Shoe store, spa among mall’s new additions

    Manhattan Town Center is filling some of its vacancies after a year of losing stores. Famous Footwear will open in mid-November, said Allen Raynor, general manager of Manhattan Town Center. The shoe store will go in between Claire’s Boutique and Regis Salon at the

  • Local |Education | October 02, 2014

    7th, 8th grade football separated

    Middle school administrators on Wednesday agreed to concussion testing for football players so the school board would pass a measure making separate seventh- and eighth-grade teams. The USD 383 school board a a previous meeting approved a first reading of the measure on the condition that

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency | October 02, 2014

    McConnell accused of killing child in 2013

    A Fort Riley soldier accused of killing a child born last year made his first appearance in Riley County District Court Wednesday afternoon. Alexander McConnell, 22, appeared via video from the Riley County Jail. District Magistrate Judge Sheila Hochhauser reviewed the charges filed against him of

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency |Business | October 02, 2014

    Applebee’s closed after kitchen fire

    An accidental fire in Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar kitchen just before 1 a.m. Thursday will force the restaurant to close for cleanup and repairs. The Manhattan Fire Department was dispatched to the restaurant, 100 Manhattan Town Center P5, at 12:59 a.m., according to a

  • Local |Education | October 02, 2014

    Board OKs student voting program

    In light of election season, elementary and middle school students will learn about voting, democracy and civic responsibilities with Kids Voting Kansas 2014, a non-partisan, non-profit educational program. The school board approved the program at Wednesday’s meeting. “It is a well-respected program, and it does


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