• Articles by professors only demean our state leaders

    To the Editor: We just had an election in Kansas. All the Republican officeholders, from Gov. Sam Brownback down, won easily. There was not one close contest, as had been predicted by the polls and the media. I am very .

  • Look beyond bottom line in judging Discovery Center

    To the Editor: Writer Andrew Wayne recently opined on your editorial page about how distressed he was that the Flint Hills Discovery Center wasn’t making money. Or was it that it was losing too much — or was he just .

  • Merrick should classify lawmakers as nonproducers

    To the Editor: Congratulations to State Rep. Ray Merrick for discovering that government employees produce nothing. This group of non-producers includes lawyers, stockbrokers, doctors, state auditors, teachers, retail clerks, etc. They are called service workers, and they generate 79 percent of .

  • Online retailers should be required to collect sales tax

    To the Editor: As the owners of Big Poppi Bicycle Shop, we have witnessed a variety of changes that have had an impact on our industry. We have adapted to address each situation.  As business owners, we welcome competition from .

  • Thanks for being a voice for those who feel voiceless

    To the Editor: As a black student at K-State and as a black woman in America, I want to thank you for choosing to show the black community in a positive light. In this time of struggle, many reporters are .

  • Manhattan benefits from Snyder’s influence

    To the Editor: A few weeks ago, I read in our local newspaper (The Times West Virginian) some comments from KSU Coach Bill Snyder about the purpose, status, etc., of college football today. I told my husband at the time .

  • Indians take 7th at Gardner Invite

    The Manhattan High wrestling team traveled two hours to the east for the Gardner-Edgerton Invitational on Saturday, taking seventh among the 16 teams and earning four medals on the day. Bringing home medals for the Indians were Alex Martinez, Jalin Harper, .

  • Mustangs drop Riley Co., 45-40

    At Riley, the Valley Heights Mustangs faced off against traditional Class 3A power Riley County and scored the upset behind a big third quarter. The two teams were tied at halftime, but Valley Heights outscored the Falcons 15-8 in the .

  • Wamego 57, Rossville 42

    At Rossville, Wamego had no trouble taking care of the Bulldogs, taking a 14-point lead to halftime and adding to it in the third before calling off the dogs in the fourth. Lanie Page had 23 points, while Allison Seufert finished .

  • Pawnee (Neb.) 58, Frankfort 54

    At Pawnee City, the Wildcats led for three quarters against Pawnee City, but couldn’t come up with the victory, allowing their opponent to rally in the fourth score and win. Frankfort led by five points heading into the final .

  • Wamego 53, Rossville 31

    At Rossville, the Red Raiders rebounded nicely from its Thursday loss to Rock Creek with a win over Rossville, taking a seven-point lead to halftime and outscoring the Bulldogs by 15 in the second half to pull away. Wamego (1-1) was .

  • Rock Creek 71, Clay Center 46

    At Clay Center, Rock Creek routed the Tigers, getting a game-high 27 points from Carson Becker in a game that was never close after the first quarter. Also in double figures for Rock Creek was Nate Berard with 12 and Caleb Rogge .


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