• Study looks at value of AP courses to accounting students

    A study by three accounting professors at Kansas State University may shape how high school students start preparing for a career in accounting. Dan Deines, John Morris and Joseph Ugrin have been awarded an $18,000 research grant from the National Association .

  • JERRY DON BERRY

    Jerry Don Berry, 75, of St. George, died Wednesday, July 16, 2014, at his residence.  The family provided the following information. He was the owner/operator of Central Mechanical Services in Manhattan for 40 years. Jerry was born in Fostoria on Jan. 8, 1939, a .

  • BURNICE COLBERT

    Burnice Colbert, 70, of Junction City, died Tuesday, July 15, 2014, at her home surrounded by her loving family. Her last spoken words were of a heavenly language, the family said. Burnice was born on March 21, 1944, in Marion, Ark., to John Henry Evans .

  • JOHN ‘JR.’ WILLIAM RUNNALLS JR.

    John “Jr.” William Runnalls Jr., 88, died Wednesday, July 16, 2014, at Village Manor in Abilene. The family provided the following information. John was born on Oct. 15, 1925, in Clay County to John and Elsie (Hamme) Runnalls, Sr. “Jr.” was raised in the Longford .

  • WILLIAM ‘BEAVER’ ENSLEY JR.

    William “Beaver” Ensley Jr., 47, of Manhattan, died Thursday, July 17, 2014, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. The family provided the following information. He was born on Aug. 5, 1966, in Manhattan, the son of Bill and Marcella (Perez) Ensley Sr.  .

  • Andy Sawyers returning to K-State B8.51009.ksubb.phatch

    Former Kansas State hitting coach Andy Sawyers is coming back to the Wildcats. In a move made official today, Sawyers left his position as hitting coach at Texas A&M to return to K-State, where he served as hitting .

  • Big 12 to host NYC forum on state of college athletics

    The Big 12 announced it will host “The State of College Athletics Forum,” the first in a series of forums dedicated to the issues facing college athletics. On Aug. 6 at the New York Hilton Midtown Hotel, a broad-based panel from college .

  • Former Wildcat Misenhelter wins Kansas Amateur

    Thanks to a final-round score of 71 Thursday, former Kansas State women’s golfer Gianna Misenhelter carded a three-round score of 219 to capture the Kansas Women’s Amateur Championship at Colbert Hills Golf Course. Misenhelter, who was a senior during the 2013.

  • Manhattan Dirt Devils win title

    The 13-and-under Manhattan Dirt Devils captured the Midwest League USSSA A World Series championship, besting the Sharks of Overland Park, 3-1, on Wednesday at the Fountain Bluff complex in Liberty, Mo. The Dirt Devils went 7-0 in the tournament, which .

  • Optimist EXTREME finish 4th

    The Manhattan Optimist 10-and-under XTREME placed fourth in a tournament in Augusta recently. They defeated McPherson Lady Express 13-1, Wichita Rampage 11-0 and the Derby Iron Maidens 12-1. They tied the Wichita Kansas Cannons, 0-0.  Manhattan lost to the .

  • Nichols closer to trial in murder case

    Who played what roles in John Burroughs’ death last September remains to be determined, but a Riley County District Court judge on Wednesday ruled that there’s probable cause to believe a Kansas City man may be one of the .

  • Board considers 1-mill increase

    District officials recommended a 1-mill levy increase and an increase in budget authority to the USD 383 Board of Education on Wednesday, though no decisions have been made. In a budget work session, director of business services Lew Faust said that .







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