The last time the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team played Topeka High, the Indians struggled for an entire half before earning a 4-0 win. In Tuesday’s rematch in the opening round match of the Class 6A Central Regional, Manhattan had no such troubles. The
The Kansas State men’s basketball team missed out on the opportunity to play Ole Miss this past season in the NCAA tournament. K-State will get that chance now, as the Wildcats will host Ole Miss next season at Bramlage Coliseum on Dec. 5 — part of
Earning a master’s degree is a challenging task whether a student is on campus or taking courses from thousands of miles away. Eric Parkila found success at Kansas State University all the way from Las Vegas, with a little help from some exceptional university
Riley County police arrested a Manhattan man Tuesday evening in connection with a same-day burglary at the Manhattan Arts Center, during which, police said, cash and a blank check were stolen. Officer Matthew Droge said arts center employees reported the crime Tuesday afternoon and following
Police officers killed in the line of duty will be honored Friday during the Riley County Police Department’s 2013 Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony. The ceremony will also honor all employees of the department and their service to the public, officials said. The ceremony will
Phillip “Outlaw” Small, 71, of Ogden died Sunday at St. Francis Hospital in Topeka.
Douglas G. Cook, 56, of Barnes died Monday at Stoneybrook Retirement Community in Manhattan.
Somehow Tyler Perry has gotten his name put onto the new film “Peebles.” He is credited as a producer, but it is difficult to imagine that he had much say in the making of this amusing little comedy. The jokes aren’t as broad as
It will be at least another year before conservatives in the Kansas Legislature succeed in politicizing the selection of justices to the Kansas Supreme Court. Good. This year’s effort died Tuesday afternoon when the Kansas Bar Association’s Board of Governors, whose support was
To the Editor: Kansas voters, hypnotized by conservative Republican rhet-oric, have turned Kansas into a blood red state from governor down to dog catcher.
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