• Wildcats have strong competition for backup QB spot

    It became pretty clear last spring when Daniel Sams moved to receiver and then transferred that Kansas State’s quarterback job belonged to Jake Waters. But with Sams gone, another big question remains. Who will be the backup quarterback? Behind .

  • Northeast Kansas officials clinic

    The Northeast Kansas Officials Association will hold its annual high school football official’s clinic this Sunday, Aug. 24 at 6 p.m. The clinic will take place at the main fire station located at the corner of Kimball and Denison in .

  • Former Wildcat Streb began FedExCup playoffs Thursday

    Former Kansas State men’s golfer Robert Streb opened play in his first-career PGA Tour FedExCup Playoffs on Thursday in the The Barclays event, which runs through Sunday at Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, N.J. Streb, who is ranked .

  • Optimist softball team tryouts set for this Sunday

    Tryouts for Manhattan Optimist 18-and-under fastpitch softball will be Sunday from 1-3 p.m. at Optimist Park. All players age 15-18 are welcome to attend. For more information, call Jeff Brummett at (785) 556-3391 or Julie Brummett at (785) 313-1882..

  • Whooping cough spreading in Pott Co

    While many people are concerned about the Ebola outbreak in Africa, another disease — more contagious, though less deadly — is spreading in Pottawatomie County. Health officials have reported more than 80 cases of pertussis, also known as whooping cough, in the Wamego .

  • Viral ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ for ALS hits K-State

    The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge reached Kansas State University recently. K-State football captains BJ Finney, Jake Waters, Ryan Mueller, Jonathan Truman and Tyler Lockett “challenged” other K-Staters in a YouTube video after Hollywood actor and K-State alumnus Eric Stonestreet challenged .

  • 2 sisters testify in rape trial

    Two sisters who accuse Christopher Bates of raping them last summer testified in Riley County District Court on Tuesday during his trial. One of the sisters, who was 12 years old at the time, testified in person in Judge David Stutzman’.

  • Commission passes not-quite-flat mill levy 3-2

    The city commission adopted its 2015 budget on Tuesday despite Mayor Wynn Butler and Commissioner John Matta sticking to their guns on aiming for a flat mill levy. The 2015 budget is $134.13 million with a mill levy of 43.942 mills, an increase of $3.34 .

  • City says hotel must pay for alley

    Bluemont Hotel developer Excel Group won’t be getting help from neighboring property owners in funding improvements for the alley that runs behind the hotel. On Tuesday, the Manhattan City Commission unanimously rejected a petition from the developer that would .

  • Details about shooting revealed at hearing

    Details about a Manhattan shooting were revealed at a man’s preliminary hearing on Tuesday in a case that has caused a rift between a victim’s family and the local police department. Witnesses were brought in for a hearing .

  • A grisly ‘Message to America’

    The beheading of James W. Foley, an American freelance photojournalist, by a member of the Islamic State, was nothing less than barbaric — evil. So is the threat to execute another captured American journalist unless President Barack Obama halts the U..

  • Let’s watch what we do rather than fault others

    To the Editor: I am a firm believer in the Bible’s approach that, “As you give, you will receive.” While there is not a one-to-one effect of karma in our lives, it is true that if you sow the .







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