With the American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers looking down and out, Jesse Steinbring came up with a momentum-shifting hit on Thursday. The 17ers trailed 4-1 going into the sixth inning, and tacked on a run on a bases-loaded walk, before Steinbring laced a ball
After more than a month of work in the gym, the time has come for the Kansas State volleyball team to represent the United States at the World University Games. The Wildcats conducted their final practice at Ahearn Field House on Wednesday and left Thursday
With wheat harvest successfully underway, farmers are admitting their yields are good but don’t want to be the first ones to brag or jinx themselves said K-State agriculture extension agent Greg McClure. This year’s wheat harvest started a little sooner than predicted with
USD 383’s Title I funds have been reduced $120,795 for the 2013-14 school year, but carryover funds will cover the cuts, according to federal sequestration information presented at the Board of Education meeting Wednesday. Six elementary schools are deemed Title I schools and receive federal money
Officials said they are still collecting crime statistics from the 2013 Country Stampede but announced Wednesday afternoon that 25 people were arrested over the course of the event. Pottawatomie County Sheriff Greg Riat said 14 females and 11 males were taken into the custody of the Pottawatomie County Jail
Q: Why is Country Stampede held in late June every year? Seems like it always rains, or is really hot, or both. Couldn’t they hold it at a better time, weather-wise?
Happy birthday, America! You don’t look a day over 200. To honor 237 years of freedom, check out these area events. The Manhattan Municipal Band will put on a toe-tapping, patriotic show at 6:30 p.m. tonight at the Larry Norvell Band Shell in City Park. Then
The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a burglary to a residence in rural St. George and two thefts to vehicles parked at the Rocky Ford Fishing Area in Manhattan. In the first case, Sheriff Greg Riat said, an unknown person burglarized a St.
The American flag is a common sight across the country on the Fourth of July, and a Kansas State University textiles expert said just as our country has evolved since 1776, so has Old Glory. According to Barbara Gatewood, professor emeritus of textile science in the
Harold Eugene Raine, 80, of Wamego died Tuesday at Vintage Park at Wamego.
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