Chelsey Henry’s acrobatic catch in right-centerfield ended a late Clay Center B’s rally, and the Manhattan Optimist Lady Indians 13-and-under softball team won the Kansas Amateur Softball Association’s 14B state tournament this past Saturday in Salina. Trailing 8-3, Clay Center loaded the
Kyle Probst hit a hole-in-one on the 152-yard No. 8 hole at Colbert Hills Golf Course with a gap wedge on June 29. The shot was witnessed by Keith and Connie Rutlin and Scott Wempe.
The Manhattan Optimist 14-and-under Aftershock softball team finished in seventh place this past weekend at the Mo-Kan USSSA C state tournament in Basehor. The Aftershock’s only losses were against the winner and runner-up in the tournament. Friday night, the Aftershock faced the KC
The Manhattan Optimist Bullets went 3-2 to finish third at the USSSA Shawnee County Slug Fest this past weekend at Lake Shawnee. In pool play, the Bullets would defeat the Topeka Fire-Storm 5-1. The Bullets would then defeat the Cyclones 15-0 and seal the top
With the 2013 Kazan World University Games set to begin Friday, ESPN announced last week it will be providing more than 40 hours of coverage on ESPNU. Kansas State fans to watch the volleyball team play as the Team USA contingent at the Games in Russia. With
The Manhattan 9-and-under Warriors baseball team will be conducting tryouts. Players may be 9 or younger as of May 1, 2014 to be eligible.
The third leg of the Manhattan Junior Golf Series was completed Monday at Stagg Hill Golf Course. The final leg of the four-course competition will be July 8 at the Manhattan Country Club. The championship tournament is July 18-19 at the Country Club. Ages 14-17, boys
Wall Street Journal column today features Rep. Huelskamp, who represents Manhattan.
Aaron Estabrook, who is to join the Manhattan-Ogden School Board Wednesday night, has announced that he is exploring a run for the U.S. Senate. Estabrook would run as an independent “under the banner of ‘The Moderate Party of Kansas.’” More coming in tonight’s
Kansas State University will start discussions that could lead to an enrollment cap in the fall . If that does occur, KSU President Kirk Schulz said the blame goes to the legislators for not providing enough money for higher education institutions. Kansas State officials estimated an
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