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  • Golf | October 09, 2013

    K-State men finish fourth

    K-State men finish fourth AKRON, Ohio — The K-State men’s golf team turned in a fourth-place finish in the 2013 Firestone Invitational at the par-72, 7,125-yard Firestone Country Club on Tuesday. The Wildcats carded a 13-over 877 and were led by senior Alex Carney and sophomore Matt

  • Manhattan High School | October 08, 2013

    MHS tennis takes 5th at league meet

    All along, the Manhattan High girls’ tennis team was hoping to finish in the upper half of the standings at the Centennial League tennis meet Monday. With a fifth-place finish at the 10-team tournament, they met their goal. Washburn Rural was the league champion with 88

  • Manhattan High School | October 08, 2013

    MHS golfers take 2nd at home invite

    Kyliemccarthy.phatch

    Playing on its home course on Monday, the Manhattan High girls’ golf team hoped to close the gap on rival Washburn Rural at the Manhattan Invitational. While Rural still won at the Manhattan Country Club, finishing the day 11 strokes ahead of the Indians with a 350,

  • Food & Drink | October 08, 2013

    Misunderstood veggie can be delicious — if cooked correctly

    Sprouts.phatch

    I’m going to play devil’s advocate for a second: I love Brussels sprouts. I don’t understand why they get such a bad reputation. Well, actually, on second thought, I do get why people aren’t so fond of the small cabbages. It’

  • I Wonder | October 08, 2013

    Isn’t old fire station on Anderson going to be knocked down?

    Firehouse.phatch

    Q: Why are they fixing up the old firehouse on west Anderson Avenue? I thought that was going to be knocked down to make way for a road.

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | October 08, 2013

    Parker gets life in prison

    Fort Riley soldier Daniel Parker was sentenced to life in prison Monday for shooting a man while apparently firing at a nearby building. Parker was convicted of first-degree murder for killing Frederick Beverly on Jan. 1, 2012. The quirk in the case is that Parker wasn’t

  • Local |Traffic | October 08, 2013

    KDOT to increase visibility on US 24

    The Pottawatomie County Commission Monday approved an agreement with the Kansas Department of Transportation to improve the sight distance near the Flush Road and John Scott Road intersection north of U.S. Highway 24. The county learned recently it had been selected for up to $360,000 in

  • Local |Government, Politics |Fort Riley | October 08, 2013

    DOD act ends furloughs for civilians at Fort Riley

    Furloughed employees at Fort Riley are back at work after a Department of Defense action recalling a majority of civilian workers. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel announced Saturday that furloughs issued as a result of the government shutdown would end. The announcement came after a

  • Local |Business |Kansas State University | October 08, 2013

    Cerner execs visiting K-State

    Executives from Cerner Corporation will be at K-State’s College of Business Administration Wednesday and Thursday to recruit students. Cerner Days will feature a seminar on career development tips and tricks, an information session about career opportunities at Cerner, resume reviews and multiple occasions for

  • Obituaries | October 08, 2013

    TIMOTHY TILTON

    Timothy Tilton, 69, died Sunday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. The family provided some of the following information. He was born on April 28, 1944, in Alameda, Calif.. He was the son of Walter D. & Josephine (Taylor) Tilton.  Following high school, Timothy entered


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