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  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | October 30, 2013

    Officials: Welch alive for days after crash

    SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah Highway Patrolman has confirmed that Manhattanite David Welch didn’t die immediately after crashing his van into an 80-foot ravine on September 3. Welch, 54, drove off a desolate portion of Interstate 70 into the ravine a day after leaving his home in

  • Movies | October 30, 2013

    ‘The Counselor’ is stylish but won’t bear thinking about later

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    “The Counselor” is a stylish movie, seasoned with a little sex and a little violence, and featuring a couple of interesting acting jobs. But the movie isn’t enough fun to watch. And it won’t bear thinking about once the watching is over. The

  • Football | October 30, 2013

    Winning helps, but Wildcats still have work to do

    Sometimes no further explanation is needed. Sometimes it doesn’t need broken down and analyzed over and over again. If there was any confusion on what’s motivating Kansas State with five games remaining in the football season, B.J. Finney straightened that out Tuesday

  • Volleyball | October 30, 2013

    K-State set for Sooners tonight

    The Kansas State volleyball team will look to end a two-match losing streak tonight when the Wildcats host visiting and 25th-ranked Oklahoma at Ahearn Field House. K-State is coming off a four-set loss last week at Baylor and then a sweep this past weekend at

  • Local |Business | October 29, 2013

    Local business owners await city approval for 50-foot holiday tree

    Blue earth plaza full.phatch

    Merry Christmas, Manhattan! A group of business owners have come together to fund placement of a 50-foot holiday tree in Blue Earth Plaza. And yes, that’s a big, big tree. Brad Everett, manager of the Hilton Garden Inn, said Colin Noble came to him

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | October 29, 2013

    Man pleads no contest to April murders

    A Manhattan man accused of murder pleaded no contest to his charges on Friday. Matthew Wilson, 43, entered the plea to first-degree murder, two charges of attempted first-degree murder and two charges of aggravated battery for crimes that occurred April 7 at an apartment at 900 Garden Way.

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | October 29, 2013

    Alma woman pleads guilty to embezzling from BRI

    A Wabaunsee County woman pleaded guilty to federal charges of embezzling from the Bio-Security Research Institute at Kansas State University, US Attorney Barry Grissom said Monday. A former K-State employee, Linda Kay Miller, 51, of Alma pleaded guilty to three counts of interstate transportation of fraudulently

  • Columns | October 29, 2013

    An evening conversation: rah, rah, rah

    Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    Kansas State University has a problem. However popular Willie the Wildcat might be, it just won’t do to have a burly mascot knocking someone to the turf as part of pregame festivities. Thank goodness the other member of the cheer squad involved in Saturday’

  • Local |Business |Government, Politics | October 29, 2013

    County considers tax foreclosure sale

    Pottawatomie County is close to filing a petition for a 2013 tax foreclosure sale, County Counselor John Watt told commissioners Monday. Watt said he was picking up the final group of title searches that morning, documenting owners of property with delinquent taxes. When the process began

  • Local |Business |Government, Politics | October 29, 2013

    Airport expansion begins Friday

    The expansion of the Manhattan Regional Airport will begin soon. Airport director Peter VanKuren said a groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for 9 Friday morning, and construction should begin immediately. According to the designs, construction on the first phase of the expansion should be completed by Aug. 1, 2014.


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