Harold L. “Gil” Gillispie, 79, of Manhattan died Thursday at his residence in Manhattan.
Authorities from several law enforcement agencies, including the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, are conducting search warrants throughout Manhattan, Junction City and Ogden in an investigation, officials said, culminating on Wednesday. Details on the nature of the investigation will not be released until Thursday, but KBI
The week spotlights the more than 1.5 million residents in nursing homes, as well as the facilities, care providers and volunteers. It also promotes the relationships among residents, family members and the community, and provides an opportunity to discuss topics related to aging and end-of-life with
Dona-Rose Katherine Hackerott, 81, of Manhattan died April 15 at Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.
Riley County officers responded Wednesday morning to reports that a man was attacked with a sharp instrument in the 400 block of Fremont Street. Officer Matthew Droge said information on the incident was very preliminary at the time of publication, but said officers responded to the 400
The Manhattan High golf team played its best round of the season on Tuesday at Rolling Meadows in Junction City, but had to settle for third place on a day of low scoring for several teams. Manhattan shot a 303, finishing a stroke behind second-place Hayden
Three Kansas State men’s basketball players — Thomas Gipson, D.J. Johnson and Jevon Thomas — will compete internationally this summer for two organizations, as they look to improve their skills for the 2013-14 season. Sophomore D.J. Johnson has been selected to participate with
It was an exciting evening at the ballpark for the Manhattan High baseball team. Earning a much-needed sweep over Washburn Rural in Topeka, Manhattan got a seven-inning no-hitter from junior Henry de Noble in Game 1 before outlasting the Junior Blues in 12 innings in the nightcap
When Junction City and Manhattan meet, you can usually throw records out the window and forget about the series history. With just one more game on the regular-season schedule, every win or loss becomes important, but the rivalry between the Indians and the Blue Jays
Kansas State women’s basketball and head coach Deb Patterson will host three camps this summer for a variety of age groups and experience levels. The camps will be offered during the months of June and July and will feature current and former Wildcat players
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