• 10U Aggies baseball holding tryout

    The Manhattan Aggies 10-and-under baseball team will be conducting tryouts on Friday July 18 and Saturday July 19 at Wilson Field in City Park.  Friday’s tryout is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. and Saturday’s tryout is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. .

  • Aftershock finish season at state

    The Manhattan Optimist Aftershock 16-and-under team finished their season at the USSSA State tournament in Kansas City.  The Topeka Hooligans took the first game 8-3. Grace Suther got the pitching loss but hit a triple. Makayla Tegtmeier pitched in .

  • As e-cigarettes become popular, questions about where and when to use them remain Cigs3.phatch

    You’d think it would be fairly simple to trace the impact of e-cigarettes in the Manhattan area. But you’d be wrong. These little smokeless nicotine dispensers have caused headaches for every organization that’s gone near them (medical .

  • KSU gets record donations for year

    Philanthropic gifts and commitments to Kansas State University set a record in the past 12 months, totaling $211 million. According to a K-State report, the figure for the fiscal year ending June 30 set a record in charitable giving in the 70-year history .

  • City to vote on funding for airport expansion

    The city commission will vote Tuesday on whether to accept Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) grant funds for the next phase of the Manhattan Regional Airport passenger terminal project. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at City Hall. When completed, the .

  • Barber works to stay a cut above the rest Barberoftheville-1.phatch

    A little bit before 7:30 a.m. Saturday, Aggieville Barber and Style Shop was already in operation with one man in the chair and three men waiting in line. “I hoped it wouldn’t be as busy,” said barber Phil Kuehl. .

  • 17ers go 4-1 at Great Plains Shootout

    The American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers used a four-run fifth inning to pick up their fourth win at the Great Plains Shootout late Saturday in Topeka. The 17ers were trailing 4-1 going into the fifth inning, but managed to .

  • Gonzales to host pair of camps

    Manhattan High wrestling coach Robert Gonzales works year-round to make sure the Indians are among Kansas’ best teams on the mat year in and year out. That includes summer workouts and camps, which are in full swing this week with .

  • Cameron: Americans care about soccer now Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    So is that it, America? Are we done? The World Cup ended Sunday in a blaze of skill and excitement, with German newcomer Mario Goetze rifling home a magnificent goal in extra time to hand his country a victory over .

  • Man stabbed in traffic dispute

    A Manhattan man was stabbed in the arm early Saturday morning after a reported road rage incident led to a heated argument between him and an unknown woman in the 1100 block of North Third Street. Riley County police responded to .

  • Woman bites police officer

    Riley County police arrested a Clifton woman Saturday evening for a slew of offenses connected to a domestic battery report and for attempting to bite a law enforcement officer. Desiree Kane, 31, was arrested at 9:50 p.m. after police performed a .

  • You can affect Fort Riley’s future

    Manhattan is an Army town. We need the Army, and the Army needs us. Now is the time to make those points. Strongly. Yes, Manhattan is a college town. No question about it. K-State has a dominating physical and psychological .


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