• Hearing set for soldier facing rape charge

    An Army soldier facing a rape charge is scheduled to appear at a preliminary hearing next month. Staff Sgt. Timothy Ayers Jr., 41, appeared via live video stream from the Riley County Jail on Tuesday in Riley County District Court. Ayers, .

  • Man charged in pot robbery waives hearing

    A Manhattan man who is accused of using a gun to steal marijuana waived his right to a preliminary hearing on Tuesday. Ty Suggs, 21, 1230 Colorado St., appeared with counsel Brenda Jordan in Judge William Malcolm’s courtroom. Suggs faces charges .

  • Judge lowers bond for 2 in drug case

    A judge granted bond reductions on Tuesday for two people arrested earlier this month on drug charges. Grant Hamel, Taylor Beck and Tyler Troute appeared via live video stream from the Riley County Jail in front of Judge William Malcolm. .

  • Currie addresses court security

    Kansas State athletic director John Currie continued to take responsibility for the incidents that occurred during fans’ rushing of the court following the Wildcats’ 70-63 win over Kansas on Wednesday night. Currie said Wednesday morning that he’s spent most .

  • In-state talent vital to Wildcats’ success

    Five of the top six scorers in Kansas State women’s basketball history are from the Sunflower State — including four from towns a fraction of the size of Manhattan. Three of the five players who have their numbers hanging in .

  • K-State cancels weekend home series; to play at Cal

    With the chance of significant snowfall forecasted for the Manhattan area this weekend, the Kansas State baseball team has canceled its home-opening series against Eastern Illinois and will instead play a three-game series at Cal in Berkeley, Calif., beginning Saturday .

  • MHS boys rally past Junction City Mhs23.phatch

    JUNCTION CITY — Manhattan head coach Benji George stressed this week that rivalry games against Junction City need no extra motivation. But with the chance to lock up at least a share of the team’s first-ever Centennial League title Tuesday .

  • MHS girls rout Blue Jays, clinch top seed Mhs11.phatch

    JUNCTION CITY — One down, one to go. After last week’s loss to Hayden, the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team needed a pair of wins this week to stay alive for a Centennial League title. With a 60-35 win at .

  • MHS bowlers finish regular season at JC

    The Manhattan High bowling teams finished off the regular season competing at a quadrangular meet in Junction City. The boys’ team finished in second place with a pin score of 2,471 behind Junction City, which won with a 2,685. Shawnee Heights was .

  • Wamego sweeps Marysville on senior night

    At Wamego, the Red Raiders’ girls basketball team celebrated senior night with a 57-46 win over Marysville on Tuesday. Wamego jumped out to a 20-8 lead from the beginning and kept going from there. The Red Raiders built a 30-18 .

  • Axtell 73, Valley Heights 58

    At Blue Rapids, big efforts from Kayla Smith and Sidney Blackburn weren’t enough to propel Valley Heights to a won on Tuesday, losing to Axtell, 73-58. Kayla Smith scored 27 points and Blackburn had 21 for the Mustangs, but Axtell had .

  • Linn 54, Frankfort 29

    At Linn, Frankfort struggled in the second quarter and never recovered on Tuesday, losing at Linn, 54-29. Linn jumped out to a 17-13 lead, and held the Wildcats to two points in the second quarter to extend its lead to 27.





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