Herbert E. Lind, 75, of Manhattan, died Sunday, May 10, 2015, at his home after a 19-year battle with cancer. The family provided some of the following information. He was the son of Vance and Myrtle Lind of St. Paul, Nebraska, and grandson .


    Dale Hawk, Jr., 93, of Colby, died Thursday, May 14, 2015, at Citizens Medical Center in Colby. He was born June 27, 1921, to Loyal Dale Hawk and Lois Mallory Hawk, in Colby. He married Della Katherine (Katie) Larson Jan. 23, 1942. He was a retired partner .


    Jesse David “Skip” Smith, 59, died Saturday, May 9, 2015, at Via Christi hospital in Wichita. J.D. was born Feb. 2, 1956, in Manhattan to Cleo H. and Luella (Carlson) Smith. He is survived by brothers Max Smith, of Clay Center, and Brian Smith, .

  • K-State men to host Ole Miss

    For the second time in three seasons, the Kansas State men’s basketball team will host Ole Miss as part of the third annual Big 12/SEC Challenge. The Wildcats will host the Rebels on Jan. 30, as the games move into .

  • Cats’ Green tied for 13th at regional

    RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif. — Kansas State men’s golfer Matt Green carded a 1-over-par 73 Thursday to sit in a tie for 13th place following the first round of the 2015 NCAA San Diego Regional at the par-72, 6,947-yard Farms Golf Club. .

  • Online sales dent tax receipts

    Local sales tax receipts are up overall, but a drop in one category of goods has local leaders concerned. County treasurer Shilo Heger told Riley County commissioners Thursday that year-to-date sales tax receipts are up 4.48 percent from 2014, but noted a 74.83 .

  • School board reverses decision to eliminate admin position School2.phatch

    A USD 383 administrator will have a job next year after the Manhattan-Ogden school board Wednesday rescinded notifying him of the district’s intent to not renew his contract. In a packed conference room full of teachers showing support for elementary .

  • City’s request for RCPD cash in legal limbo

    The Riley County Law Enforcement Agency Board is waiting for a response from the Kansas Attorney General on whether the city of Manhattan can use the Riley County Police Department emergency reserve fund to cover a city shortfall. The city .

  • Manhattan native inducted into Special Operations Hall of Honor Socomfront.phatch

    After growing up in Manhattan and graduating from Kansas State University, Jim Kyle knew he didn’t want to join the Army. What he didn’t know was that he’d eventually play a prominent role in American special operations .

  • McRell withdraws from road rage case

    Larry McRell, who has represented the man who allegedly shot 27-year-old Casey Lindley in the forehead after a road rage incident, announced Thursday morning he is withdrawing from the case. McRell, who until Thursday morning represented Tierre Wall, 26, told Judge .

  • Lambert, Queal lead Indians to state Tennis3.phatch

    On paper, pairing the junior tandem of Kirkland Lambert and Collin Queal into a formidable doubles team made a lot of sense. The two are both gifted tennis players and have been friends long enough to have good camaraderie on .

  • MHS golfers take 3rd at Alvamar

    The Manhattan High boys’ golf team took third place at the Lawrence High Invitational at Alvamar Golf Course on Wednesday, finishing six strokes out of first place behind Shawnee Mission East and Blue Valley North. The Indians shot a 315 to .


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