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  • Manhattan High School | July 07, 2013

    MHS football camps set

    The Manhattan High School football coaches and players will be conducting the 4th Annual Future Indian Football Camp at various times in July.  The camp for second, third and fourth grades will be Monday, July 22 from 6-8:30 p.m. and Tuesday, July 23 from 9 a.

  • General Activities | July 07, 2013

    Manhattan Titans win state

    The Manhattan Titans 14-and-under baseball team played in the USSAA AA state championships June 28-30, coming away from Shawnee as the state champions. The Titans went 2-1 in pool play and then won their first game of bracket play, beating the Bucyrus Landsharks 7-2. Manhattan

  • Volleyball | July 07, 2013

    Broadcast schedule for World University Games

    ESPN and BTI Events announced the broadcast schedule for the 2013 World University Games on Friday, as the K-State volleyball team gets set to compete as Team USA in Russia. Last week, ESPN announced it will provide more than 40 hours of live coverage on ESPNU with

  • General Activities | July 07, 2013

    14U baseball tryouts

    The Manhattan Force is holding a baseball tryout for ages 10, 11, 12 and 14 for next year’s season. The tryouts will be at Cico Green baseball fields on July 11 at 6:30 p.m. The team will play competitive baseball throughout the 2013-14 season.

  • General Activities | July 07, 2013

    9U baseball tryouts

    The Manhattan Aggies 9-and-under baseball team will be conducting tryouts today and Friday, July 12 at Wilson Field in City Park. Today’s tryout is slated for 3:30 p.m., while Friday’s will take place at 7 p.m. Eligible players must be age 9 or younger as

  • Manhattan High School | July 07, 2013

    AstroTurf is laid into place at Bishop Stadium


    Bishop Stadium will look a little different this fall when the Indians take to the football field, thanks to the new AstroTurf that was put into place this past week. The turf, which replaces the original grass field, was expected to cost a little more

  • Books | July 07, 2013

    Alternate universe accommodates food-obsessed, obese futuristic society

    Molly Summers is a gal who loves her chocolate. While working as a security guard at a factory where a particular candy is poisoned, the lead investigator points out that Molly had easy access to commit the crime. “Easy access but no motive,” she tells

  • Books | July 07, 2013

    ‘After Rome’ gives reader peek into crumbling empire

    “After Rome” is a novel of Celtic Britain, a snapshot of what the Romans called Britannia in the years after the last legions had departed. The empire was a memory, and the order that the Romans had instilled — the laws, the roads and the systems

  • Books | July 07, 2013

    Award-winning books build summer reading lists for all ages


    If you like your summer reading on the lighter side, you may want to search out some of the year’s best in genre fiction - mysteries, science fiction, romance, horror, or westerns. Every spring, various fiction writers’ organizations hold their annual conventions and hand

  • Books | July 07, 2013

    Unlikely pair team up to solve a string of grisly murders in the 1890s

    This is the 15th and latest installment of Victoria Thompson’s Gaslight Mysteries, telling of a series of murders in 1890s New York City, ingeniously solved by the fairly odd couple of widowed midwife Sara Brandt and Police Detective Sergeant Frank Malloy. Rich in historical

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