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  • Mueller looking for big things in ‘14 B1.102013.ksufb.phatch

    After a breakout junior year that garnered him second team All-America and first team All-Big 12 honors, the senior captain wants to make 2014 the best year in a string of successful campaigns during his tenure at Kansas State. ‘Winning’s the .

  • Optimist Xtreme 10U softball to hold tryouts

    The Manhattan Optimist Xtreme 10U softball team will hold tryouts on Aug. 12 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and Aug. 17 from 3-5 p.m. at the Manhattan Optimist Fields at 317 Plymate Ln. in Manhattan. The team is looking for girls who will .

  • Weber to participate in St. Louis Coaches’ Clinic

    Kansas State head men’s basketball coach Bruce Weber will participate in the inaugural Coaches vs. Cancer Coaches Clinic at the Missouri Athletic Club in St. Louis on Aug. 5-6. Weber will joined at the clinic by Saint Louis head .

  • Will more severe sanctions work?

    The United States and the European Union, which in recent weeks levied sanctions on Russia that had more symbolism than impact, on Tuesday imposed sanctions that are worthy of the name. Long threatened, the sanctions target Russia’s state-owned banks, .

  • Primaries are an important; please make yourself heard

    To the Editor: How sad it is that, generally, only 20 percent of the qualified voters in Riley County participate in primary elections. Primary elections are so important — they determine the choice of candidates you will have to select from in .

  • Writer needn’t go on and on about his dislike of Obama

    To the Editor: It is obvious that Art Loub does not like our president, Barack Obama or anything he does — we get it! Why doesn’t Mr. Loub just come out and say so rather than going on and on .

  • Screening of ‘Oz’ to benefit Habitat

    Manhattan Area Habitat for Humanity (Habitat) and The Columbian Theatre are hosting a free screening of the original film “The Wizard of Oz” at 4 p.m. on Saturday at The Columbian Theatre in downtown Wamego. This family-friendly event will include .

  • SOPHIA GENEVA DAVIDSON

    Sophia Geneva (Gene) Davidson died Sunday, July 27, 2014. The family provided the following information. Gene was the daughter of George and Ruby Croft, and was born in Little Rock, Ark., in 1925. She moved to Manhattan after marrying Loren Irving Davidson (Dave) .

  • HERMAN R. WIARD

    Herman R. Wiard, 93, of Manhattan, died Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at Mercy Regional Health Center. Arrangements are pending with Anderes-Pfeifley Funeral Home in Riley..

  • PAUL BRANSON

    Paul Branson, 47, presentation editor of the St. Joseph News-Press, died Sunday, July 27, 2014, at his parents’ home in Osawatomie. He was there recovering from a serious motorcycle accident when he collapsed. Attempts to revive him by family members and EMTs were .

  • If you can see only one Hercules movie, see this one Christopher.conner1

    “Hercules,” the second Hercules movie of the year, is based on the graphic novel “Hercules: the Tracian Wars” by Steve Moore and stars Dwayne Johnson in the title role. The mythical story of Hercules is one of atonement. This retelling .

  • Commissions approve bridge deck upgrade

    Pottawatomie and Wabaunsee county commissioners reached unanimous consensus Monday to move forward with rehabilitation of the deck of the Belvue Bridge. The consensus was reached following a 90-minute presentation during which representatives of the Truesdell Corporation said the aging span .





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