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  • Shorthanded Cats win exhibition Ksumbb5.phatch

    For a Kansas State team that was down a few players, everything seemed to go according to script in the opening minutes of the Wildcats exhibition with Washburn in Bramlage Coliseum. But after the Wildcats jumped out to a 12-1 .

  • Nelson has big night in Pack win over Bears

    Jordy Nelson caught two of Aaron Rodgers’ six first-half touchdown passes on Sunday night in a 55-14 win over the Chicago Bears. Nelson was Rodgers’ top target as the Packers racked up a 42-0 lead in the first half. The .

  • County tops state in exempt property

    The planned National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility might bring an added benefit to Riley County: less tax-exempt property. Currently, more than 25 percent of the land and buildings in Riley County — worth about $1.5 billion — is exempt from paying property taxes. The .

  • Center welcomes community as it plans housing project Center1.phatch

    Members of the Islamic Center of Manhattan welcomed members of the community on Saturday with the goal of teaching others about the religion. “We want to, you know, show people who the Muslims are and what they do,” said Sabri .

  • Behind-the-scenes preparations take MHS musical back to ‘60s Play5.phatch

    Sunday marks the premiere of Manhattan High School’s fall production of the musical “Hairspray,” full of the groovy colors and big hair of the 1960s. Audience members can expect laughs and plenty of entertainment from the rock- and jazz-based .

  • Man taken to Mercy after water rescue

    A man was transported to Mercy Regional Health Center after a water rescue Saturday evening. The rescue reportedly happened at about 6:30 p.m. at Stockdale Cove at Tuttle Creek Lake, according to Riley County Emergency Management Director Pat Collins. Collins .

  • Man pleads in connection to McClendon death

    TEMPE, Ariz. — One of the men accused of alcohol-related violations in connection with the fatal fall of a Manhattan High School graduate has pleaded guilty. Court documents show 20-year-old David Siegal pleaded guilty this week to one count of minor .

  • Clay County woman arrested in fatal accident

    The Clay County Sheriff’s Department arrested a woman in connection with a Friday hit-and-run fatality. Rene Urbano, 49, of Clay County, was arrested and charged with the offenses of accident with death, not reporting an accident and driving while suspended. .

  • The (11th) happiest place on earth Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    Whatever problems might be lurking during the daytime, Kansans apparently don’t lose much sleep over them. At least, that’s one of many facts unearthed in a national survey conducted by WalletHub, a social media outlet that studies financial .

  • Needs most acute during the holidays

    Now that we’re more than a week into November, it figures that Black Friday — the shopping frenzy that once took place the day after Thanksgiving but has intruded onto Thursday — has re-entered the conversation. While the debate about that .

  • Backup RB Green runs wild in TCU win

    FORT WORTH, Texas — It wasn’t supposed to be this way. When the news broke Friday afternoon that TCU starter B.J. Catalon was ruled out for the showdown between the No. 9 Wildcats and No. 6 Horned Frogs, many looked at .

  • K-State has no answer for TCU, Boykin in loss Kstatecolor1.phatch

    FORT WORTH, Texas — Maybe Trevone Boykin will remember Kansas State in his Heisman acceptance speech next month. It was that kind of night for TCU’s star quarterback, who burned the ninth-ranked Wildcats on the ground and through the air — .





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