• Equestrian participants deserve better from K-State

    To the Mercury, Did you know the K-State equestrian team is now ranked No. 2 in the nation? Why is K-State’s athletic director, John Currie, so quick to end the equestrian program before the NCAA has even taken a final .

  • Paid Endorsement: Huelskamp ‘too disruptive’; Sherow is a problem-solver

    To the Editor: I urge Kansans to vote for Jim Sherow for Congress. Jim is known to be a cooperative, constructive individual who focuses not on obstruction but on solving problems. While serving on the state level in the Kansas .

  • DAYLON D. ‘DOUG’ AUSTIN

    Daylon D. “Doug” Austin, 48, of St. George, died on Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014, at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. Doug was born on July 24, 1966, in Joplin, Mo., to Daylon “Dee” and Mary Helen (Gordon) Austin. He is survived a son, Geoffrey .

  • MICHAEL FOSTER

    Michael Foster, 65, of Clay Center, died Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014. He was born April 6, 1949. He worked in and managed plant operations for Twin Valley Telephone, becoming president in 1994 and holding that office until his retirement in 2012. His survivors include wife, Jackie Foster, .

  • Cameron: Royals have backs against the wall Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY — The Royals arrived home tired and disappointed in the wee hours Monday morning. After another unpleasant appointment with the eminent surgeon Dr. Madison Bumgarner, they are now down a game in a World Series that will be decided .

  • Manhattan man arrested for aggravated robbery

    The Riley County Police Department arrested a Manhattan man for aggravated robbery after an incident in the 600 block of N. Third Place. No injuries during the incident were listed and police were able to locate the suspect within approximately 15 minutes .

  • Barnett earns Big 12 honor

    Following a seven-tackle contest in which he batted away four Texas passes, Kansas State junior defensive back Dante Barnett was named the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week on Monday morning. It was Barnett’s first-career honor and the fourth .

  • K-State tennis closes out action at Drake Jamboree

    DES MOINES, Iowa — The Kansas State women’s tennis wrapped up action at the Drake Jamboree on Sunday at the Knapp Tennis Center. K-State ended the weekend with 15 singles wins and five doubles wins. The Wildcats tallied two singles wins .

  • Quiet week for former Wildcats

    No touchdowns and 58 yards. Those were the totals in a Week 8 that proved to be a slow one for former Kansas State Wildcats in the NFL, as Darren Sproles was inactive with a knee injury for the Philadelphia Eagles and .

  • K-State volleyball beats WVU to stay perfect on the road

    MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — Four Wildcats reached double figures in kills — led by 24 from freshman Kylee Zumach — and the 22nd-ranked Kansas State volleyball team fought off West Virginia for a five-game win (27-29, 25-23, 25-21, 23-25, 15-12) on Saturday at WVU .

  • Farmers market celebrates 35 years of operation Farmersmarket.phatch

    For 35 years, Manhattan’s Downtown Farmers Market has provided patrons and sellers a place to meet for home-grown produce, clothing, jewelry and crafts. Elaine Mohr, owner of Southside Gardens, has been a part of the market since it started in 1979. .

  • Q&A: Garrison Keillor

    Garrison Keillor, writer, storyteller and longtime host of “A Prairie Home Companion,” will perform at K-State’s McCain Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Monday. Tickets are still available at k-state.edu/mccain/tickets. During a phone interview with The Mercury on .





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