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  • Manhattan High School | November 20, 2013

    Jordan Donohoue earns all-conference honors

    Former Manhattan High soccer standout Jordan Donohoue was named to the all-conference First Team on Monday for her play at Concordia (Seward, Neb.) University. While Donohoue did not accumulate a lot of statistics, she thrived in any role head coach Greg Henson placed her in

  • Women's Basketball | November 20, 2013

    The Deb Patterson show to debut Dec. 2

    K-State announced the start of the 2013-14 edition of “The Deb Patterson Radio Show” will be on Monday, Dec. 2. For the fourth straight season, the program will air live from Old Chicago, which is located in the Manhattan Town Center at the intersection of Third

  • Golf | November 20, 2013

    K-State men’s golf team signs two recruits

    K-State men’s golf coach Tim Norris announced the signing of two golfers to National Letters of Intent on Tuesday as Trent Evans and Adam Lechner are set to join the Wildcat golf team next season. During his time at Edmond (Okla.) Memorial High School,

  • Area Schools | November 20, 2013

    Eisenhower basketball sweeps Junction City

    The Eisenhower Middle School eighth girls’ basketball team swept Junction City in two games Tuesday afternoon.  The A team won 44-8. Mackenzie Pease led the Eagle with 12 points, while Maggie Morgan added 10. Therriana Pittman scored six points and Cailey Perkins had five. Hana Tamura

  • November 19, 2013

    City approves library expansion

    City commissioners Tuesday night unanimously approved the library expansion. They also approved a sign for Radina’s new bakery on the corner of Third and Fort Riley Boulevard with a 5-0 vote. Commissioners also approved all the items on the consent agenda.

  • Manhattan High School | November 19, 2013

    MHS’ Fehr signs to play at Wichita State

    After orally committing this past summer, Bret Fehr made it official Monday. The Manhattan High senior and three-sport athlete signed his official letter of intent to play baseball at Wichita State for new head coach Todd Butler next year. Manhattan High baseball coach Don Hess

  • Local |Government, Politics | November 19, 2013

    Radio system a ‘safety concern’

    The Riley County law board Monday discussed the faults of its radio communications system. Brad Schoen, director of the Riley County Police Department, told the law board that the communications infrastructure was becoming more of an issue for the county’s emergency services workers. He

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | November 19, 2013

    Man pleads no contest to murder of infant

    A 20-year-old Ogden man pleaded no contest to second-degree murder Monday in Riley County court. Michael Dechant, who is accused of killing his girlfriend’s infant son in March, entered his plea in front of Judge David Stutzman at a pre-trial hearing. Dechant reportedly told

  • Local |Business | November 19, 2013

    Philippine native raises funds for typhoon victims


    Victims of Typhoon Haiyan should get a little help from Manhattan. Chinese Chef owner Don Collado will be fundraising at his restaurant, 2704 Anderson Ave., for disaster victims in the Philippines. Collado said he’ll be open until 9 p.m. Tuesday night, and that all sales,

  • Local |Government, Politics | November 19, 2013

    Court officials moving offices to Alma

    WESTMORELAND — Court service officers serving Pottawatomie and Wabaunsee counties will soon move their office from Westmoreland to Alma. District Judge Jeff Elder informed Pottawatomie County commissioners of the pending move on Monday. The move, according to Elder, will not affect Pottawatomie County courts. “They will

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