• Green wins Nicklaus Invitational

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Kansas State sophomore Matt Green went wire-to-wire to claim first place at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational with a three-round score of 3-under-par 210 at the Ohio State University Golf Club-Scarlet Course on Monday. Green’s first place finish is .

  • Indians take 3rd at league golf meet

    The Manhattan High girls’ golf team took third place at the Centennial League tournament Monday at Cypress Ridge Golf Course in Topeka, finishing behind Washburn Rural and Hayden. The Indians shot a 354 to take third, while the Junior Blues ran .

  • Wamego runs at Rim Rock

    The Wamego cross country teams competed at the Rim Rock Classic on Saturday, with the girls’ team taking sixth place (302 points) among 37 teams in the blue race, with the boys’ team taking 10th place (385 points) among 45 teams. In the girls’ .

  • EMS volleyball loses first match

    The Eisenhower Middle School seventh-grade girls’ volleyball team suffered its first defeat of the season against Shawnee Heights.  The Eagles fell 25-20 in the first set, as Shawnee Heights did a good job of keeping EMS out of rhythm .

  • AMS/EMS host cross country meet

    Both Manhattan middle schools co-hosted the Manhattan Middle School Invitational cross country meet at Anneberg Park last week, with more than 350 athletes participating. In the eighth-grade girls’ race, Eisenhower won with a team score of 10, with Anthony taking third place .

  • K-State women within striking distance in Columbia

    COLUMBIA, Mo. — The 36th-ranked Kansas State women’s golf team sits in second place — just three shots back of host school Missouri — after play on Monday at the Johine Imes Invitational at the par-72, 6,234-yard Club at Old Hawthorne. The .

  • Anthony volleyball competes at quad

    The eighth-grade Anthony Middle School volleyball team competed in a quadrangular meet on Thursday. The ‘A’ team opened the evening defeating the host team, Shawnee Heights, 25-15, 25-16. Brooklyn Cink led the team with four kills. Garrin Williams had two .

  • Local man arrested on murder charge

    Riley County police arrested a Manhattan man for first-degree murder and child abuse on Monday, but additional details aren’t being released. According to a police report, officers arrested 22-year-old Alexander McConnell, 1300 Marlatt Ave. Apt. 204, at 3:50 p.m. Monday while .

  • Bridge bid nearly $350K less than estimate

    Ebert Construction Co., Wamego, was the apparent low bidder Monday for construction of a new bridge on Flint Rock Road, northeast of Louisville. Ebert’s bid of $650,948 was one of three considered by the Pottawatomie County Commission for construction of .

  • Program to engage students in election process

    Manhattan-Ogden elementary and middle school students might participate again in an educational program about American democracy in light of election season. Pending approval of the Manhattan-Ogden school board, students would be educated about the rights and responsibilities and process of .

  • ‘Cats’ successfully herded at MAC theater Ben.nyberg

    The 2014-15 theater season of the Manhattan Arts Center launched this past week with presentations in the Grosh Performance Hall of the celebrated Andrew Lloyd Webber musical from 1981, Cats. Final shows this week: Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings and a .

  • Jail loaf no piece of cake for misbehaving inmates Prisonloaf.phatch

    Deep inside the freezers at the Riley County Jail are tightly wrapped, 6-ounce packages of a concoction so foul it would be a surprise to see dogs fight over the contents. The packages contain jail loaf, also called prison loaf .


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