• Research on vision, pigeons may improve driver safety

    Close your eyes and open them. How long does it take you to recognize the location? Now turn your head to the right. Which do you notice first: the center of the scene or the periphery? According to new research .

  • Student from Lenexa named 2014 Cargill Global Scholar

    A sophomore in Kansas State University’s College of Arts & Sciences has been selected as a Cargill Global Scholar for the 2014 academic year. Sierra Lekie, Lenexa, is majoring in economics and political science as well as pursuing a secondary .

  • HOWARD KITTERMAN

    Howard I. Kitterman,102, of Manhattan, died Sunday, July 27, 2014, at Homestead Assisted Living, Manhattan. The family provided some of the following information. He was born on Sept. 6, 1911, in Durham, the son of William Lee & Ella (Knox) Kitterman. Howard was proud .

  • HERMAN WIARD

    Herman Wiard, 93, Manhattan, died Tuesday, July 29, 2014, at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. He was born on Oct. 25, 1920, in rural Riley County near Manhattan, the son of Herman Earl and Mary (Crider) Wiard. On May 14, 1942, he was married to Verna .

  • Two annual events combine for Rhythm and Brews

    Get ready for some toe tappin’ at Rhythm and Brews, Manhattan’s newest celebration bringing together three events: Brew 2 Shoe, Union Program Council’s Little Apple Music Festival and the newest event, Hail the Ale, a home-brewing competition. The festivities .

  • Waters named to Unitas watch list 15 waters, jake - mug.phatch

    Kansas State quarterback Jake Waters was one of 27 quarterbacks across the nation to be named to the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award watch list as the nation’s top senior quarterback, the organization has announced. Waters is the fourth Wildcat .

  • Which candidates consistently exercised their rights to vote?

    In the year’s lone local contested primary race, Riley County Commission District 1, both candidates have showed up at the polls to exercise the vote they are asking from their own electors. The incumbent, Commissioner Dave Lewis, and his challenger, .

  • Woman on charitable walk across US inspired by nephew’s health scare Anniehorz.phatch

    Anna Harrington has wanted to walk across the United States ever since she was a child. Earlier this year, the 43-year-old from Meridian, Idaho, finally turned her dream into her mission. She just needed to find the right reason to .

  • Ecuadorian dignitaries to visit

    Three Ecuadorian dignitaries will visit Kansas State University as part of the school’s Day of Ecuador events on Aug. 6. The dignitaries — Ecuadorian Ambassador Nathalie Cely; Vice Minister María del Pilar Troya from the Ecuadorian governing body of higher .

  • 3,000 students enroll at district-wide event Centralenrollment.phatch

    More than 100 school staff and administrators came together Wednesday to give parents a “one-stop shop” enrollment experience. The annual Central Enrollment event, held at Manhattan High School West Campus, allows parents to go to one place to enroll their children, .

  • Mueller looking for big things in ‘14 B1.102013.ksufb.phatch

    After a breakout junior year that garnered him second team All-America and first team All-Big 12 honors, the senior captain wants to make 2014 the best year in a string of successful campaigns during his tenure at Kansas State. ‘Winning’s the .

  • Optimist Xtreme 10U softball to hold tryouts

    The Manhattan Optimist Xtreme 10U softball team will hold tryouts on Aug. 12 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and Aug. 17 from 3-5 p.m. at the Manhattan Optimist Fields at 317 Plymate Ln. in Manhattan. The team is looking for girls who will .







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