• Big 12 reprimands officials from ISU game

    Iowa State coach Paul Rhoads was right. A 15-yard pass from Kansas State quarterback Jake Waters to Tyler Lockett that set up a 1-yard touchdown run near the end of the first half Saturday should have been reviewed. The Big 12 .

  • MHS boys atop XC coaches poll

    The Manhattan High boys’ cross country team remained No. 1 in Class 6A after winning its home invitational on Saturday in the second coaches poll of the season released Monday. The MHS girls’ team came in ranked No. 4 in 6A, behind .

  • Wamego takes 3rd at Manhattan Invite

    Both Wamego cross country teams finished in third place in the team standings at Saturday’s Manhattan Invitational at Warner Park. The boys’ team finished with 90 team points behind Manhattan (46) and Newton (88) while landing two runners in the top 10. Ethan .

  • MCC volleyball sweeps York College

    The Manhattan Christian College Crusaders came ready to play Friday night versus York College (NAIA) from York, Neb. MCC controlled the entire first two sets against York College leading from start to finish and winning the first 25-19, and the .

  • MHS girls win JV race at Warner Park

    The Manhattan High JV girls won on Saturday at the Manhattan Invitational, putting five runners in the overall top-10 to win in the team standings with a score of 31 ahead of second-place Seaman, which finished with a 69. Rachel Beach was .

  • Sproles sparks Eagles past Jaguars

    Down 17-0, Darren Sproles scored a 49-yard touchdown for his new team to help the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 34-17. The former Kansas State All-American running back broke a run right up the middle of the field in .

  • Larry the Cable Guy, ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ and more

    SUNDAY Seventh Annual Konza Reptile Breeders Expo, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Featuring live geckos, lizards, snakes, frogs, turtles, tarantulas, scorpions and more. Admission: $8, $7 with military or student ID. Children under 5 are admitted free of charge. For more information, visit .

  • Wamego blasts Rock Creek in season opener, 34-10 Wamego2.phatch

    WAMEGO — At times, Friday night’s Pottawatomie County Showdown between Rock Creek and Wamego looked like a vicious rivalry. There were penalties of any and every kind, big hits and extra words between teams after plays. But by the end .

  • Wounded veterans using softball to heal Wwsoftball3.phatch

    While football, cooler weather and pumpkin-spice-flavored everything were on the minds of the masses, the lingering sounds of summer were heard this weekend in Tointon Family Stadium. Teams of soldiers and regional celebrities gathered on Saturday to play a double-header .

  • New, speedy valuation appeals process could be costing county

    Since 1988 Riley County Appraiser Greg McHenry has made property valuations his career. Before he was appointed as the county’s appraiser in 2008, McHenry worked in the Riley County appraisal office as a staff member. During that 26-year span in the .

  • Researcher gets $2.52M grant for Army training

    A $2.52 million grant could help a K-State researcher change the way soldiers train. The National Institutes of Health awarded the money to assistant kinesiology professor Katie Heinrich, who is studying the effects of “high-intensity functional” training compared with usual methods .

  • Residents can now skip officers to report crimes

    Riley County residents who become the victims of crimes can now report the incidents without dialing the police department’s phone number or even talking to an officer. Well, some crimes can be reported at least. They must involve damage .







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