• King’s Singers present fine show for McCain audience G.w.clift1

    The last event for the fall semester in K-State’s McCain Auditorium series was a performance by The King’s Singers. This wasn’t, I believe, the first time this almost 50-year-old a cappella group has performed as part of .

  • Cats looks to extend home winning streak

    Bramlage Coliseum has been kind to the Kansas State women’s basketball team this season. The Wildcats are 7-0 at home this season and look to extend that perfect start tonight when they host Abilene Christian at 7 — televised on Fox .

  • ‘Christmas Spectacular,’ Adventure Camp and more

    TODAY The Historic Columbian Theatre presents “Christmas Spectacular: Toys Come Alive,” 2 p.m. Featuring the annual holiday variety show that is written and directed by Heather Branham-Green. Dinner available 90 minutes prior to the show. For ticket information, visit columbiantheatre.com .

  • KSU band wins national honor

    The Pride of Wildcat Land, the Kansas State University Marching Band, has been named the best marching band in the nation. The band has received the Sudler Trophy, which is given every two years by the John Philip Sousa Foundation .

  • As holiday nears, shoppers seeking gifts fill stores Shop3.phatch

    The holiday spirit was in full force Saturday afternoon at the Manhattan Town Center, where hordes of holiday shoppers took a break from merry movie marathons, hot chocolate and seasonal ales to take part in one of the busiest shopping .

  • RCPD defends video policy change

    The Riley County Police Department has mostly stopped using processing room videos for DUI incidents because officials say they often were detrimental to the department’s cases. RCPD director Brad Schoen said in a Aug. 18 email to Riley County commissioner .

  • Police give few details in death at shooting range in Ogden Crime.phatch

    OGDEN — Riley County police were called to investigate a death Saturday evening at at Ogden shooting range. Police and other emergency personnel responded to a call at Ogden’s Best Guns and Gun Range Saturday evening for what witnesses said .

  • K-State outlasts A&M comeback

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Even with a less-than-dominant ending, Bruce Weber was upbeat following Kansas State’s 71-64 win over Texas A&M in its annual neutral-court holiday game at the Sprint Center. The Wildcats never trailed and led by .

  • Meeks leads Wildcats past Tigers, 61-38 Wbb2.phatch

    Deborah Meeks hadn’t scored more than three points in a game all season until Saturday. In fact, the junior guard hadn’t even attempted more than four shots in a single game this season until Saturday. All that changed .

  • Indians take 11th in Nebraska

    After finishing in 12th place at the Flatwater Fracas in Grand Island, Neb., a year ago, the Manhattan High wrestling team improved its stock with an 11th-place finish at this year’s two-day event. The dual tournament featured a 32-team .

  • The gimmick NextDoor

    Let’s see if we get this straight: The police have pulled the plug on a program they’ve stood behind for decades because a study 20 years ago showed that it wasn’t effective. And instead the cops are hopping .

  • ‘Manhattan’ a visual history of the Little Apple’s beginnings

    Manhattan, according to Jim Sherow, is really about two things: Commercialism and social idealism. From its founding, the town has been essentially about the intersection of those two seemingly opposite strands of thought. Making money, and making the world better. .


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