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  • MHS baseball confident going into state

    When Manhattan takes the field against Junction City on Thursday at the Class 6A state baseball tournament in Lawrence, lack of confidence shouldn’t be an issue. In facing the Blue Jays, the top-seeded Indians draw a team they know .

  • Students selected to attend Lindau Nobel Laureates meeting

    Two Kansas State University doctoral students will visit with the world’s best economists at the fifth Lindau Meeting of the Laureates of the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel, Aug. 19-24 in Lindau, Germany. .

  • MARGIE LEE RUE

    Margie Lee Rue, 90, of Manhattan, died Friday, May 23, 2014, at the Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community in Manhattan. She was born on Oct. 5, 1923 to “Nellie” Kathlyn and George Nicar in Galveston, Texas.  Margie loved to play bingo and to play the .

  • EVERETT E. BOYCE

    Everett E. Boyce, 89, of Wamego, died Monday, May 26, 2014, at the Valley Vista Good Samaritan Society in Wamego. Everett was born Dec. 19, 1924, in Junction City, the son of W.R. and Ethel (Breen) Boyce. He grew up and attended Alida Grade .

  • Monarchs compete in Memorial Day tourney

    The Manhattan Optimist Monarchs 12-and-under softball team competed in the USSSA Memorial Day National Invitational Tournament this past weekend in Lee Summit, Mo. The Monarchs — playing in the “C” class — opened pool play with an 11-1 loss to the Tipton (.

  • Hole-in-one at Stagg Hill

    There was a hole-in-one at Stagg Hill Golf Club on May 18, as Randall Steiner put one in on the second hole. Steiner used a 4-hybrid from 172 yards out. Tyler Steiner, Victor Steiner and Bert Allen all witnessed it..

  • First Presbyterian golf and tennis Camps

    First Presbyterian will host a golf camp for third through sixth graders at Colbert Hills on Monday, June 2 from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Recently retired Kansas State golf coach, Tim Norris, will be the instructor. First Presbyterian will also .

  • Lady Indians take fifth at Memorial Day invite

    The 14-and-under Manhattan Optimist Lady Indians posted a fifth-place finish after compiling a 4-4 record at the USSSA Memorial Day National Invitational Tournament this past weekend in Lee’s Summit, Mo. The Lady Indians opened pool play with a 4-2 .

  • Early deadline for KSU volleyball tickets is Friday

    The early bird deadline for 2014 K-State volleyball season tickets is drawing near —set for Friday — the last day to receive exclusive benefits. Fans that purchase season tickets, which start at $2.50 per match with the Wildcat 4 Pack by this Friday will .

  • As a people movie, ‘Godzilla’ found lacking Christopher.conner1

    Godzilla is the unrivaled monarch of Kaiju film. Despite beginning her career as a brutal force of nature and retribution for mankind’s nuclear aspirations, Godzilla seems to end up being likable in a scaly, skyscraper-crushing sort of way. Even .

  • Legislative review: Major bills from 2014

    Considering the bulk of the budget was passed in 2013, the 2014 Kansas legislative session was still particularly eventful. From an attempt to legislate basketball games to the passing of the court-mandated school finance bill that repealed teacher tenure, things in Topeka .

  • Man injured in K-99 accident

    WESTMORELAND — A Lindsborg man suffered disabling injuries Friday night in an accident on K-99. The Kansas Highway Patrol reported that 45-year-old Brad Anderson was driving an F-350 pickup truck south on Kansas Highway 99, less than half a mile north of .







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