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  • Air Force beats K-State tennis

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — The No. 66 Kansas State women’s tennis team looked to halt a two-match skid on Sunday, but Air Force outlasted K-State with a 4-3 win. K-State picked up the doubles point, as the No. 1 pairing of Palma .

  • K-State women 4th, men 5th in New Mexico

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Facing a tough crop of Division-I competition at the New Mexico Team Invitational, the Kansas State track and field women’s team took fourth and the men finished fifth over the weekend. Among top finishers in field .

  • Students push keys, pedals on K-State organs Organ1.phatch

    The All Faiths Chapel Memorial Organ towers over anybody standing in front of it. David Pickering, organist and chair of the keyboard division at Kansas State University’s School of Music, said the pipes range in size from 16 feet to .

  • At preliminary hearing, witness details stabbing Housefire.phatch

    The only eyewitness to a November stabbing testified at a preliminary hearing on Friday in Riley County District Court that she saw Samuel Lee Dartez II attack Stephanie Holden in a “reckless rage”. Dartez, 30, faces one charge of attempted premeditated .

  • Occupants safe after fire causes $53,000 in damage

    A Friday night fire caused an estimated $53,000 in damage to a Manhattan home. The Manhattan Fire Department responded at 8:30 p.m. Friday to 801 Pottawatomie Ave. for a report of a structure fire, according to a press release. Crews found a .

  • Report shows area home sales up in 2014

    The Little Apple continues to get bigger — at least according to 2014 sales figures released by the Manhattan Association of Realtors. New home sales led an overall upward trend in the real estate market. Sales through the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) .

  • Manhattan, other parts of Midwest seeing rapid growth in tech industries

    Technology workers may soon overtake wheat as the largest product of Kansas farms. Manhattan is one of the big names in the burgeoning “Silicon Prairie” phenomenon, which refers to the rapid increase in technology companies in the Midwest. The influx .

  • St. George cowgirl passionate about benefits of horses

    Diane Haffener, owner of D-Bar Stables and Arena near St. George, says horses are her life. Born and raised in the ranching life near her arena and related operations, Haffener said she’s the third generation in her family to .

  • Getting a head start on being old Bethany047cut.phatch

    Recently my aunt wrote Facebook post about being “officially an old lady.” Her qualifications included wearing a hat when it is cold, no matter what it does to her hair; wearing glasses because she can see better than with contacts; .

  • Early run buries Cats vs. Jayhawks Bench.phatch

    LAWRENCE — Kansas State’s recent history at Kansas has read like the instructions on a bottle of shampoo. Lather, rinse, repeat. As cliché as it sounds, everything between the Wildcats and Jayhawks on Saturday went like it often does in .

  • Cats edge Tech to end road skid

    LUBBOCK, Texas — The Kansas State women’s basketball team outscored Texas Tech 9-6 in the final 12 minutes to pick up a low-scoring 41-38 road win on Saturday. The Wildcats recorded consecutive wins in league action for the first time since .

  • MHS girls close MAC tourney with win

    MCPHERSON — At any tournament, playing for third place a day after a tough loss can be a difficult proposition. Manhattan head coach Scott Mall wanted to see his team come out strong from the opening tip in response to the .


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