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  • MHS volleyball takes 5th at Hayden Invite

    After a long, hot day at the Hayden Invitational volleyball tournament Saturday, the Manhattan High volleyball team was ready to hit the road back to the Little Apple. The Hayden tournament is the only event on the Indians’ schedule not .

  • MHS soccer defeats Lawrence, 2-0

    After its season opener was postponed due to weather, the Manhattan High boys’ soccer team traveled back to Lawrence for the second time in a month to play the Lions, winning 2-0 while posting its first shutout of the season. .

  • Vet warns pet owners about rat poisons

    As temperatures start to cool, your home may find some extra company of the unwanted, long-tailed, furry kind. But when seeking to get rid of rodents, make sure you aren’t putting your pets at risk too, says a Kansas .

  • University to hold event for undergrad research

    K-State will highlight the importance of undergraduate research next week during Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry Week, Sept. 22-26. “K-State has long excelled at involving undergraduates in research. “That no other state-supported university has more Goldwater Scholarship recipients is one .

  • K-State to celebrate Family Day

    Kansas State University’s annual Family Day, Sept. 27, will celebrate the long-standing tradition of family involvement on campus. “K-State Family Day is an extremely special tradition,” said Cole Grieves, new student services assistant coordinator. “The 2014 event will celebrate 86 years of .


    Kathryn “Kate” Roark, 93, Manhattan, died Monday, Sept. 15, 2014, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.  The family provided some of the following information. Kate was born May 30, 1921, in Alma, the daughter of Frank and Elna Marie (Hollister) Kramer. She .

  • Bluegrass festival proves cathartic Bauman-cut

    By the time you are reading this, I will already have finished my second-ever attendance at the Walnut Valley Festival in my hometown of Winfield. And, if any of you remember my 24-hour diary from Country Stampede at Tuttle Creek .

  • Tescott routs Blue Valley, 48-8 Bvhs4.phatch

    RANDOLPH — Blue Valley coach Matt Schreiber said it feels like his young team is on a theme park ride. On Friday night, the Rams were looking for their first win of the season against another struggling team in Tescott, but .

  • Silver Lake romps at Riley

    RILEY — Neither the stiff wind nor the Riley County defense could slow down quarterback Ryan Matzke and defending Class 3A state champ and current No. 1 Silver Lake Friday night, as the Eagles took home the 42-7 win. It was the .

  • Red Raiders whip Marysville

    At Wamego, the Red Raiders trailed 2-0 after one quarter, but turned it on for the next three periods in a 55-9 victory over Marysville on Friday night in their NCKL opener. Wamego (3-0) had a punt blocked through the .

  • Burlingame 40, Frankfort 28

    At Burlingame, despite a good start to the game, the Wildcats couldn’t sustain it in a 40-28 loss to Burlingame. Frankfort (1-2) led 16-0 in the first quarter before Burlingame cut the lead to 28-24 by halftime. But it .

  • Rossville 45, Rock Creek 0

    At Flush, Rossville piled on 35 points in the first half and then cruised to an easy win in the second half, the beating Rock Creek Mustangs, 45-0. Rock Creek (0-3) was hurt by the big play in the game, allowing .


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