The opening of the new West Stadium Center at Bill Snyder Family Stadium is just a few days away now, but its only part of the planned football complex overhaul. Once all phases of the six-phase master plan are completed, Bill Snyder Family Stadium could
As the Manhattan High cross country team has continued to improve each year under coach Susan Melgares, the raw number of participants has grown with it. It’s no surprise then, that the 2013 cross country season will feature Melgares’ biggest team. More than 60 athletes participated
Sitting at 11-under par, Case Cochran’s lead looked like it would be tough to run down going into the final day of the Colbert Charity Classic. But fighting through tough wind conditions and pin placement, the tournament’s top three slipped from the lead,
With an eye toward an ever-growing population, city officials are making moves to increase the amount of park space in Manhattan. Eddie Eastes, acting Parks and Rec director, said the city currently owns about 550 to 580 acres of developed park land. That works out to about 10
Hey, you! Yeah, you sitting or standing on the thing at the place reading this! I have an important message for you: Stop limiting yourself. Stop it right now. I see you hiding your limits behind your back. Drop it. Thank you. I’m not
The Wareham Opera House, owned by Darrel Hills, has recently signed a multiple-year contract with Ryan Platt of RPA Entertainment to run and operate the house. This new management will bring new and exciting acts to Manhattan, including music and comedy acts. Up-coming events can
TOPEKA — Governor Sam Brownback recently appointed David Vail of Manhattan to the Kansas Humanities Council Board of Directors. He joins a 22-member board representing leaders from across the state. David Vail is an assistant professor with Kansas State University Libraries and serves as public services
Working overtime may cost you your health, according to a Kansas State University doctoral researcher. Sarah Asebedo, doctoral student in personal financial planning and conflict resolution, Edina, Minn., conducted a study using the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979. She and her colleagues—Sonya Britt, assistant
A Fort Riley soldier was injured when he was shot early Saturday morning outside a Junction City club. Jeffrey D. Bragg Jr., 20, reportedly was shot in the parking lot of Club Rose, 851 Grant Ave. Junction City. Police were dispatched to the Shell Station at 1808 N.
Donna Joan Windsor, 77, died Thursday at the Newton Medical Center in Newton.
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