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  • Falcons’ Vargo sisters sign at Washburn

    Riley County seniors Madison and Makayla Vargo have been playing basketball together as long as they can remember. Now, after officially signing to play on Wednesday morning to play basketball at Washburn, the twins are set to spend another four .

  • Manhattan goes 11-1 to dominate home tennis quad Camdenadams.phatch

    Any time you can win 11 matches in a quadrangular tennis meet, it’s a good day. Hosting Marysville, Highland Park and Junction City at City Park on Tuesday afternoon, the Manhattan High boys’ tennis team did just that, going 11-1 .

  • MHS soccer wins at Emporia, 6-0

    The Manhattan High girls’ soccer team got a win over the Emporia Spartans behind a big offensive night from Kelsey Schroll Tuesday. Schroll scored three goals in the game, all in the second half, to lead the Indians to a 6.

  • ‘Rio 2’ beautifully animated, but the story is dull Christopher.conner1

    Blue Sky Studios is best known for its Ice Age franchise. This year the 20th Century Fox-owned animators are trying their first sequel without a mammoth in the lead. The captive-raised spix macaw, Blu, returns from his starring role in 2011’.

  • LARRY L. BLISS

    Larry Lee Bliss, 77, died Saturday as the result of an accident on his farm in rural Geary County.  He died doing one of the things he loved best, cutting firewood up in the woods. Larry is survived by his .

  • RICHARD MORRIS

    Richard D. Morris, 77, of Olathe, died Monday at his residence surrounded by his loving family. He was born on Nov. 21, 1936 in Topeka and graduated from Sacred Heart High School in Salina. On Nov. 20, 1957, in Salina, he was united in marriage .

  • Edwards, Bolden bring excitement to Wildcats

    As soon as this past season ended, Marcus Foster started to get excited for next season. The Kansas State freshman, who led his team in scoring, made a bold prediction that transfer Justin Edwards would be next year’s leading .

  • Hayes filling gap for Cats’ offensive line

    When last season came to a close, Kansas State was left with two gigantic holes on the offensive line. Both tackles — Cornelius Lucas and Tavon Rooks — graduated, but the Wildcats are hoping they have the problem solved by the end .

  • Recruit gets release, while Romero fights for hers

    McKenna Treece knows all too well what Leti Romero is going through right now. While Romero is awaiting the verdict from the appeals committee regarding her request for a release from Kansas State today, Treece is finally able to move .

  • Cornhuskers ease to 14-5 rout of Cats

    LINCOLN, Neb. — The Kansas State baseball team allowed a season-high 22 hits against Nebraska on Tuesday as the Wildcats lost 14-5 at Hawks Field. K-State (20-17, 2-7 Big 12) scored the game’s first four runs, all with two outs, in the .

  • Film-makers get amusing couple of hours out of NFL draft G.w.clift1

    There’s a new Kevin Costner sports movie out. “Draft Day” will please fans of his earlier films about baseball — “Bull Durham,” “Field of Dreams,” and “For Love of the Game”—and other sports — “Tin Cup” and “American Fliers.” But .

  • Donilon assures audience that US remains powerful

    Former national security adviser Thomas Donilon said he believes the United States is not on a path to decline, but built for a solid future. Donilon, who was security adviser to President Barack Obama, spoke Tuesday at McCain Auditorium as .







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