• Infrared camera monitors health of crops, plants from the clouds

    Where are your data? These days, I am told that my data are in what the techies call “the cloud” —wherever that is. Today, in the conclusion of a two-part series, we’ll learn more about a company which is .

  • No. 3 Bears cruise past Cats, 68-46

    For a while Saturday morning, it was a game in Waco, Texas. The Kansas State women trailed No. 3 Baylor by just nine points early in the second half, but the Bears used a 13-1 run to silence any Wildcat threat .

  • Turn Super Bowl Sunday into Souper Bowl Sunday

    To the Editor: Long after a (silly) football game, hunger will remain. Long after a day when most of us celebrate with food and drink and relaxation, hunger will remain. While we celebrate, party and eat, many hungry children will .

  • K-State dedicates Tex Winter Drive

    After the applause died down and Tex Winter turned around to see the limestone marker emblazoned with his name, there was a smile and a sound of surprise that escaped the former Kansas State coach. On Saturday, K-State held a .

  • Bullpups rout MHS boys in title game

    MCPHERSON — Saturday night’s championship game at the McPherson Invitational had all the makings of a great matchup on paper. The crowd at the Roundhouse would be full and rocking, as the No. 1 seed and hometown McPherson Bullpups, advanced through .

  • ‘Jesus Feminist’ aims to energize women

    Gender roles in the church, hotly debated for centuries, remain a current hot topic of public discourse—partly because so much positive change has occurred with regard to encouraging women’s voices and in utilizing their leadership, but also because .

  • MHS girls hold off Emporia rally

    The last time Emporia and the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team met on the hardwood, the Indians had to turn away several rally attempts by the Spartans in a surprising overtime win. This season’s matchup between the schools was .

  • Artist, students collaborate to create Cairns installation

    Ateam from K-State is working with an internationally known Kansas artist to turn a pile of stones into art. “Cairns on the Beach” is an installation that includes cairns, which are stacked rocks often used as a landmark or as .

  • Indians take 3rd at Husky Invite

    Coming into this weekend’s Husky Invitational at Blue Valley Northwest, the Manhattan High wrestling team knew it wanted a good showing in its second-to-last two-day tournament of the year. The Indians got third place at the invite, while bringing .

  • Indians shrug off matchup vs. Stephens

    MCPHERSON — After all the build up surrounding Saturday night’s championship final between Manhattan and McPherson, the actual game was something of a let down for Indians’ fans who made the trip. Following the 81-58 loss to McPherson in the .

  • Wamego girls rally past DeSoto, 41-40

    At Tonganoxie, Wamego trailed by nine at halftime but managed to rally past DeSoto in the semifinals of the Tonganoxie Invitational to win 41-40 and stay undefeated while moving into Saturday’s championship game. Lanie Page scored a game-high 17 points, 15 .

  • Recipes to spice up any Super Bowl party

    Football, commercials and food are as important to Super Bowl Sunday as crab cakes or rain are to New England and Seattle. The Patriots and Seahawks have football covered. And marketing people with budgets far too large will take care .


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