The folks behind the Fieldhouse Project are nothing if not bold. The transformation of parks and recreation facilities they envision for Manhattan is so comprehensive that it transcends a mere fieldhouse, though such a structure is one of the facilities organizers hope will be built.
To Editor: On Dec. 7, 1941, 72 years ago last Saturday, World War II began for the United States with the attack on Pearl Harbor. In 1946, the citizens of Manhattan voted three times to build a living memorial to remember the 101 soldiers from Riley County who sacrificed their
To the Editor: In a letter to the editor Friday, Pat Burns wrote that we have given diplomacy a chance in 12 different conflicts starting with the Vietnam War, and it has not worked. We should give up on diplomacy. We have also tried military
At Hays, the Riley County girls won the Hays Shootout Saturday with a dominant win over the Great Bend Panthers in the championship game, 74-53. The Falcons led 22-8 after the first quarter and led by 33 points heading into the fourth quarter before calling off
At Randolph, the Rams lost to Pike Valley on Saturday, capping a tough three-game stretch at home this weekend. Individual scoring was not available. Blue Valley hosts Linn on Tuesday.
At Hays, the Riley County boys won the seventh-place game at the Hays Shootout to cap its weekend with a victory after a pair of losses to open the season. Trace Nelson scored 30 points, making a trio of 3s and finishing 9 of 12 from the free-throw
At Randolph, the Rams got their first win of the season on Saturday, defeating Pike Valley in a game that saw Blue Valley take an early lead only to relinquish it by halftime, trailing 29-25 at the break. But the Rams retook the lead in
Let’s be honest, November was basically a disaster for the Kansas State men’s basketball team. Thomas Gipson was hurt from the start, and the Wildcats struggled to find any sort of identity in losing their opening game to Northern Colorado. Then, looking to
Between position battles at running back and injuries throughout his career, Miami running back Daniel Thomas hasn’t always had it easy during his NFL career. Despite still being listed as probable for an ankle injury, Thomas showed what made him one of Kansas State’
The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team split a pair of weekend games in Nebraska. The Crusaders defeated Grace University on Friday night, 59-56, before falling to Bellevue University, 95-59, on Saturday. Friday’s game against Grace was a region contest for the Crusaders
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