• Eisenhower stays undefeated

    The Eisenhower Middle School seventh grade volleyball team remained unbeaten on the season by beating Junction City, Seaman and Emporia on Thursday at home. The Eagles are now 11-0 on the season after beating Junction City 25-16, 25-19, Seaman 25-23, 25.

  • Wamego hosts cross country invite

    Wamego welcomed 800 runners and numerous Kansas schools from classes 1-4A on Saturday for the Wamego Invitational. The Wamego boys took second in the Class 4A race, while the girls’ team was third. Area schools also competed in a 123A .

  • Nelson tops 200 yards in Packers’ 31-24 win

    Staff reports Green Bay receiver Jordy Nelson helped fuel the Packers’ come-from-behind win Sunday afternoon with a career-high 209 yards on nine catches, including an 80-yard touchdown in the third quarter that gave his team its first and only lead in .

  • SARAH ELIZABETH STUBBY

    Sarah Elizabeth Stubby, 62, of Wamego died Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014, at her home. The family provided some of the following information. Sarah was born July 22, 1952, in Yakima, Wash., the daughter of Andrew Elias and Marguerite (Schnoor) Ashby. She was raised in Osage .

  • Improv group connects with audience, each other Improv5.phatch

    “I t makes me angry ...” “Change.” “It makes me enraged ...” “Change.” “It makes me cry myself to sleep at night ...” “Change.” “It makes me pull my hair out and call my mommy and ask why she didn’t love me.” .

  • First attempt at gardening not so fruitful Megan.moser1

    I’m not happy about the cold weather we’ve been having over the last few days, but I can appreciate it in at least this one respect: it’s an excuse for the sad state of my poor, dying .

  • MFD pushes for detector awareness

    Have a home with no smoke detectors or ones that aren’t working? The Manhattan Fire Department can help. The department offers free smoke detectors and will even install them in Manhattan residents’ homes. The one requirement is that the .

  • KSU prof: Empathy key to growth

    A Kansas State University professor’s expertise about childhood empathy was featured in Time magazine this month in an article on narcissism. and now he’s studying a related, but different facet, childhood teasing. Mark Barnett, a psychological sciences professor .

  • Sandwich chain coming to Little Apple

    Leiszler Oil Company continues its food expansion by joining the Which Wich franchise. The sub shop has traditional options as well as combinations like Thank You Turkey with sliced turkey breast, stuffing and cranberry sauce. The restaurant is set to .

  • Friday weather sets record

    After 138 years, Manhattan has a new weather record for Sept. 12. According to Kansas State University’s Weather Data Library, Friday’s high of 56 shattered the previous record of 63 set in 1876. Sept. 12’s record high of 107 was set in 1956. The record .

  • Battle against ISIS must be fought

    If defeating or destroying ISIS were a matter of pitting 30,000 of our best troops against the 30,000 or so members in the upgraded estimate of the Islamic State’s strength, Americans could be confident not only of victory but of a .

  • Al-Soltani forces three turnovers, MHS beats Seaman Mhs44.phatch

    TOPEKA — Linebacker Adam Al-Soltani had one heck of a game for Manhattan High on Friday. The Indians’ offense chipped in with a couple big plays too. Al-Soltani forced three turnovers and scored twice, as the MHS defense dominated in the .





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