• Man gets 24 years in prison in kidnapping, robbery case

    A man who pleaded guilty to two charges of kidnapping in March was sentenced to more than 24 years in prison Monday. “I feel regret for everything that happened,” defendant Kaywaun Washington said.  Washington was accused of kidnapping in a .

  • Commission near decision on Military Trail project

    Pottawatomie County Commissioners hope to know in a few weeks what financial role — if any — they’ll play in a proposed industrial/commerce route in the southeast portion of Wamego. “I’ll tell you this,” Commission Chairman Pat Weixelman told .

  • Indians win first-ever Centennial league tennis title

    For the first time since joining the Centennial League in 2005, members of the Manhattan High boys’ tennis team can call themselves league champions. The Indians edged perennial favorite Washburn Rural by two points at the annual meet, getting a team .

  • Moore, Wolfe earn weekly Big 12 awards

    Kansas State’s Tyler Moore and Tyler Wolfe both earned their second career Big 12 weekly awards on Monday, as Moore was named the conference’s Co-Player of the Week and Wolfe the Newcomer of the Week for the period ending .

  • MHS golf finishes 2nd at league

    The Manhattan High boys’ golf team finished as runner-up behind Washburn Rural at Monday’s Centennial League meet in Meriden Monday afternoon. While the rain poured in Manhattan, the league meet suffered through only one short weather delay, as the .

  • K-State’s Green earns NCAA Regional bid

    Kansas State men’s golfer Matt Green was one of 45 players nationally to earn an individual bid to the NCAA Men’s Golf Regionals on Monday. The sophomore is the No. 7 seed at the NCAA San Diego Regional held — May 14.

  • Thomas transfers to Seton Hall

    Jevon Thomas is returning closer to home. The former Kansas State guard, who announced his intention to transfer in March, committed to Seton Hall on Monday. The Queens, N.Y., native averaged 4.5 points and 3.3 assists this season, while starting in 25 .

  • Hole-in-one

    Harry Hopkins scored a hole-in-one on Sunday at Colbert Hills on the Par-3 course. Hopkins pulled off the achievement on the eighth hole from 130 yards out, using an 8-iron. The feat was witnessed by Daniel Meek and Donielle Meek..

  • Manhattan sends nine to state wrestling tourney

    Nine Manhattan High wrestlers competed in Hutchinson on Sunday at the USA Wrestling Kansas Greco-Roman/ Freestyle state wrestling tournament. On the line at the event is the opportunity to be on the Kansas national team competing at the Cadet Duals, .

  • Manhattan JV sweeps Junction City

    The Manhattan High junior varsity softball team swept a doubleheader at Junction City on Friday, beating the Blue Jays 7-6 and 16-0. Three first-inning runs helped the Indians to a 7-6 win in the first game. The Indians scored in .

  • Optimist Xtreme 10U takes second at Spring Slam

    The Manhattan Optimist Xtreme 10-and-under softball team competed in the Manhattan Spring Slam this past weekend at Twin Oaks Complex.  Xtreme placed first in pool play on Saturday defeating Clay Center Bs #2 8-0, Elite 7-0 and Rockstars 7-0.  .

  • Sweet Heat 12U plays in Manhattan tourney

    Manhattan Optimist Sweet Heat 12-and-under softball team played in the Manhattan USSSA tournament this past weekend.  They won one out of three games in the pool play on Saturday. The Sweet Heat put their offense and defense together in .


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