With the regular season in the books and the postseason starting next week, some teams have a tougher road than others, with several teams finishing strong to earn a top seed, while others faltered down the stretch and will have to work that much harder
TOPEKA — Manhattan High coach Scott Mall knew his team would battle hard for rebounds against the taller, bigger Seaman Vikings. What he didn’t know was how effective his team would be in doing so. The Indians did well in the early going, taking a
Zach Minton, a senior at Manhattan High, was awarded the Putnam Scholarship during Scholarship Day ceremonies Feb. 11 at K-State. The Putnam Scholarship is a $32,000 renewable scholarship over four years. The student receives $8,000 a year as long as he or she maintains at least a 3.5 GPA
TOPEKA — Tuesday night against Hayden, Manhattan High coach Tim Brooks was frustrated with a lack of effort from his team. With everything on the line in the regular-season finale at Seaman, that changed for the Indians. Manhattan won 59-50 at Seaman, overcoming an early deficit
Applications for the four KSU Social Club scholarships for the 2013-14 are due March 1. They are now available on the social club website at k-state.edu/socialclub. Stephanie Pulley, animal science and industry graduate student from Manhattan, received the $250 Dr. Michaeline Chance-Reay Community Woman scholarship.
Riley County Manhattan Megan Martini, Bachelor of Science in Education; Kelsey Matthews, Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude; Jessica Mayfield, Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology; Jessica McQueen, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Jason Meurisse, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Joshua Meyer, Bachelor
Batting around a few current topics…we continue dry…farmers and stockmen are becoming caught in a new cost-price squeeze…sold farm land last year was 74 percent bought by farmers…demand and prices for most farm commodities are falling. The good news is that some
Let’s go to southern California where a conference on social media is underway. Participants are learning how to utilize social media. Remarkably, one of the speakers is a farmer from rural Kansas. He is a cofounder of a new entity which is helping thousands
The last few days of Black History Month are coming up this week. We all have our ways of celebrating it such as learning some history, watching an NBA game, hugging a black person or ignoring it. Personally, I use the end of Black History
K. Glenn Axelton, 74, died Friday.
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