Harold L. “Gil” Gillispie, 79, of Manhattan died Thursday at his residence in Manhattan.
Marvin LeRoy Hook, 92, of Manhattan died Friday, May 3, at the Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
AUSTIN, Texas — A bevy of Kansas State errors opened the door for Texas to jump to a five-run lead and the Wildcats never caught up as they fell to the Longhorns, 6-3, Saturday at UFCU Disch-Falk Field. K-State dropped to 33-15 overall and 10-7 in
After visiting with Kansas State men’s basketball coaches Thursday, Maine transfer Justin Edwards decided to commit to the Wildcats on Saturday. Edwards, a 6-foot-3 guard, was the leading scorer for Maine, averaging 16.7 point and 5.2 rebounds as a sophomore for the Black Bears. He finished
WACO, Texas — Kansas State high jumper Erik Kynard did something no other high jumper has done on Saturday and the Wildcats also put themselves in position to do something they have never done at the Big 12 Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Kynard won the men’
With the calendar shift to May, the track and field season shifts gears as athletes begin to prepare for the most important meets of the season. The big three, the most important meets of the year with league, regionals and state in three consecutive weeks,
While losing is never ideal, Manhattan High girls’ soccer coach Mike Sanchez was pleased with the test his team received Friday in Topeka against Hayden. In a close match the whole way through, the Indians fell to the Wildcats 2-1 in double overtime. Sanchez said
For 40 games this season, the Kansas State baseball team was the top hitting team in college baseball. And although the Wildcats’ position has waned this week — dropping down to No. 3 at .326 — the performance at the plate has undoubtedly played a prime role in turning the
It’s hard to feel any degree of self-worth, to set goals and be happy in a town where dope dealers have the upper hand, prostitutes walk the streets, poverty lurks everywhere and the mob has the authority to either spare a life or end
“Shadow of Freedom” is the latest installment in a series begun by science-fiction writer David Weber in 1993. The novels take place 2,000 years in the future when a diaspora from Earth has led to the colonization of more than a 1,000 planets and the founding of numerous “
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