• Lindsey loses his UFC debut

    It wasn’t the debut Manhattan’s Jake “The Librarian” Lindsey was hoping for on Saturday night. Making his first appearance in the UFC, Lindsey lost to Jon Tuck by technical knockout (verbal tapout) 2:47 into the third and final round .

  • 17ers beat St. Joes for 2nd straight win

    Things didn’t look good for the Manhattan American Legion Manko senior 17ers on Thursday. But after a 10-9 win over Hays on Friday and an 11-3 win over St. Joseph, Mo., on Saturday morning the 17ers looked like they .

  • Throw the kitchen sink at weeds Greggeyestone1

    My goal of keeping weeds under control this season is reaching a breaking point. The garden isn’t on a public garden tour, but a conscious effort is being made to keep up. Several tactics have been carried out. None .

  • ‘How About Never’ an entertaining look at cartoon and cartoonist

    Bob Mankoff is Cartoon Editor at The New Yorker. This book is Mankoff’s memoir of how he got into cartooning and how he ended up in what is arguably the top cartoonist job in America. But the book is .

  • It’s wedding season! Explore matrimonial movie selection Susan.withee.librarian1

    If you’re a fan of romantic comedies and wedding flicks — both classic and irreverent — celebrate June, the wedding month, with movies from Manhattan Public Library. Start with “Father of the Bride,” a comedy classic in which a father’s .

  • ‘Resistance’ creates inviting world

    Bruno Courreges is a delightful man and a worthy protagonist of “The Resistance Man.” He’s well connected though not wealthy, well known and well liked in St. Denis. It’s a small old town in the Perigord region of .

  • Cat poems, humor, and more

    Only from the cats’ meows will we get a better understanding of what the felines refer to as “poetry.” Did you know that cats can write and recite poetry? Well, at least Francesco Marciuliano is obsessed with the subject, and .

  • Linear trail closed for repairs

    Hopefully, your favorite stretch of the Linear Trail isn’t closed. The portion of Linear Trail from the Midwest Concrete entrance at 701 S. Fourth to the Wastewater Treatment Plant at 1201 Levee Drive is closed until further notice, the Parks and .

  • Three Former Wildcats named to Kansas HoF

    Former Kansas State track student-athlete, head coach and administrator DeLoss Dodds and men’s basketball players Ed Nealy and Chuckie Williams were among 10 individuals selected to the Class of 2014 for the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will .

  • Wait named Academic All-District

    K-State senior Kyle Wait was named to the Capital One Academic All-District VII First Team last week for his display of excellence both on the track and in the classroom. The pole vaulter is the first Wildcat track athlete to .

  • Niedermayerova named Academic All-American

    One of the final honors of a storied career was announced this week, as K-State’s Petra Niedermayerova garnered her second straight Capital One Academic All-America Division-I Women’s At-Large First Team award, as selected by the College Sports Information .

  • Rowing’s Weaver named Academic All-District

    Junior rower Abby Weaver added yet another accolade to a very successful 2013-14 campaign, as she was named to the Capital One Academic All-District VII At-Large First Team this past month. A fixture on the Wildcats’ 2nd Varsity 8, Weaver is .







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