• Currie: Upgrade next step for K-State athletes Vanierlockerroom.phatch

    As K-State athletic director John Currie walked through the maze-like halls of Vanier Football Complex earlier this week, crews were removing items from it in full force. In front of the main entry, workers removed bricks engraved with names of .

  • GTM opens new store for athletic apparel

    GTM has opened a new store on McCall Road selling the athletic clothes it has offered online and in its catalog for years. The homegrown company, which is Manhattan’s largest private employer with about 850 local employees, had a ribbon .

  • Moran talks Obamacare while touring Mercy Regional Moran.phatch

    U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran said he expects repeal of the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare,  to come up for vote again now that Republicans have a majority in Congress. The senator toured Mercy Regional Health Center .

  • High school wants to prove physics is for everyone

    WICHITA — There’s a physics revolution in the works at North High School in Wichita, and science teacher Hannah Kelderman couldn’t be happier. In the past, physics — the branch of science that deals with properties of matter and energy — .

  • MHS wrestlers open season with win

    The Manhattan High wrestling team opened its season on the road with a dual win over Washburn Rural Thursday night, edging the Junior Blues 38-32. Heavyweight Eldon Picou got the chance to play the hero and delivered, as the two .

  • MHS’ Fraley signs with Emporia St.

    After a senior season that included an 11th place finish at the Class 6A state tournament in Topeka in the fall, Kristen Fraley knew she wasn’t ready to give up competitive tennis. The senior made the decision to continue .

  • Science standards hurt no one

    In dismissing a lawsuit alleging that Kansas science standards promote atheism and violate the religious freedoms of students and their parents, U.S. District Judge Daniel Crabtree said the plaintiffs did not claim specific enough injuries from the standards to .

  • Stakes are high in Waco

    Here’s hoping the Kansas State Wildcats, who have put themselves in a position to win their second Big 12 Conference championship in three years, have saved their best for last.  They’ll need to be at their best Saturday .

  • Article about combat photographer compelling

    To the Editor: I am writing to express my thoughts about the article “For Vietnam combat photographer, it took decades to be able to look at photos again,” about Mr. Steve Robinson. This was a very interesting article that kept .

  • What’s with the sarcasm in ‘I Wonder’ answers?

    To the Editor: I had a slight issue with the answer to the Sunday “I Wonder” question about where all the students go at halftime of KSU football games. Are the responses typically that sarcastic? It seemed to be a .

  • Don’t miss holiday music Monday at Peace Auditorium

    To the Editor: The Friends of Peace Memorial Auditorium, in partnership with Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, a music fraternity at Kansas State University, will present the “Holiday Music Spectacular” on the stage of Peace Memorial Auditorium, 1101 Poyntz Ave., at 7 p..

  • Enjoy pancakes, auction at annual Kiwanis event

    To the Editor: The Manhattan Kiwanis Club will hold its 64th annual pancake feed and silent auction from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, at Pottorf Hall in CiCo Park. This event has become a Manhattan tradition for many .





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