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  • Wakefield 50, BV-Randolph 0

    At Wakefield, the Blue Valley-Randolph Rams struggled against Wakefield, falling behind 30-0 after the first quarter and trailing 44-0 at halftime. The game was called with five minutes remaining in the third quarter. The Rams mustered just 65 yards of offense, .

  • Centralia 54, Valley Heights 6

    At Centralia, the Valley Heights Mustangs struggled to keep up with the Class 2-1A defending champions, falling behind quickly and not getting much going offensively against the Panthers. Valley Heights (0-1) hosts Doniphan West (0-1) next week. Doniphan West .

  • Architects selected for student union revamp

    Partnering firms of Workshop Architects Inc. and Bowman Bowman Novick Inc. have been selected to design the final plans for the K-State Student Union renovation at Kansas State University. The firms are expected to begin planning phases on campus later .

  • JOHN P. LAMBERT

    John P. Lambert, 81, of Manhattan, died Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. The family provided the following information. John was born on Feb. 4, 1933 in Harrisburg, Pa., the son of John F. and Grace E. (Horning) Lambert.&.

  • JOHN M. CRAMER

    John M. Cramer, 63, of Manhattan and former longtime resident of Parsons, died Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. The family provided the following information. John was born on Sept. 25, 1950, in Parsons, the son of Obed B. .

  • MICHIEL NEWINGHAM

    Michiel “Mike” Newingham, 75,  of Alta Vista, died Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, in Kansas City, Kan. The family provided the following information. He was born Aug. 18, 1939, the son on Ernest “Hack” Newingham and Artybelle Goodman. He graduated from Concordia High School and .

  • DONALD H. VARGA

    Donald H. Varga, 65, of Ogden, died Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014, at his home in Ogden. The family provided the following information. Donald was born Aug. 26, 1948 in Rutland, Vt., the son of Andrew and Natalie (Colburn) Varga. Donald graduated from high school in .

  • Apply nitrogen fertilizer to keep lawns healthy Greggeyestone1

    Once the air temperature drops below 86 degrees, cool-season grasses start growing again. Moisture and fertilizer will enhance their growth. Now is the time to fertilize tall fescue and bluegrass lawns for a healthy turf. Nitrogen fertilizer is the key nutrient .

  • G&A Real Estate hires new Realtor

    G&A Real Estate Inc. has hired Realtor Anne Browne. Browne is a Manhattan native, a long-time local business owner and the safety and loss control director for Central Mechanical Construction. She said her interest in real estate comes .

  • Lack of a plan speaks volumes about Obama

    Two world leaders recently made speeches about ISIS; one speech was spirited, well-crafted and uplifting, while the other was dispirited, confusing and upsetting. The speakers were British Prime Minister David Cameron and President Barack Obama.  Cameron’s remarks show .

  • Waters’ late TD lifts K-State over Cyclones, 32-28, in Big 12 opener Ksucolor.phatch

    AMES, Iowa — Though it wasn’t officially homecoming Saturday at Jack Trice Stadium, Jake Waters was worthy of being crowned king after leading No. 20 Kansas State to a come-from-behind 32-28 victory over Iowa State in the Big 12 opener. Waters orchestrated .

  • Martin TD completes MHS rally over T-Birds

    In a wild final few minutes, Manhattan won its season opener over Shawnee Heights on a 5-yard touchdown run by Chris Martin with 9.8 seconds to play to give the Indians a 28-25 win over the Thunderbirds. The Indians faced fourth-and-goal .







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