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  • Killham signs with Emporia State for football

    Zephry Killham isn’t going far to play football next year. Killham, a safety and standout on special teams, signed with Emporia State on Thursday. “Just basically hearing all these good things about it, and I decided to give it .

  • City rejects Claflin circle

    The Manhattan City Commission rejected a federal safety grant Tuesday for a roundabout at the Westport Drive and Claflin Road intersection. The commission rejected the grant 4-1 in part because the estimated $2 million roundabout isn’t what the city requested .

  • Wamego weighs random drug tests for students

    Officials at Wamego Public Schools are weighing a drug testing policy to help limit the number of mistakes students make when it comes to drugs, Superintendent Tim Winter said Wednesday. The Wamego school board will consider approving a random drug .

  • City backs Colbert Hills financial support

    The Manhattan City Commission added Colbert Hills support to the approved city/ university projects Tuesday, overriding the fund committee’s recommendation. The city and K-State established the fund — made up of revenue from sales tax and franchise fees generated on .

  • Parents offer $10K reward for info on daughter’s hit-and-run Amberwilhelm

    The parents of a K-State student critically injured in a hit-and-run accident are offering a $10,000 reward for information on the driver. Amber Wilhelm, 21, of Manhattan is in the critical care unit at Stormont-Vail Hospital in Topeka after a pickup truck .

  • Man who helped ID Oklahoma City bombers reflects on investigation

    Every time Pat Livingston talks about the day he identified the Oklahoma City bombers, he mentions the specific date agents from the FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms visited Livingston’s store, Pat’s Pawn and Gun Shop, .

  • Edward Bradney

    Edward Maxwell Bradney, 89, of Pittsburg, KS died at 2am, Tuesday April 18, 2017 at the Via Christi Hospital in Pittsburg following a short illness. He was born January 9, 1928 in Columbus, KS the son of Claude C. and Pauline D. (Scott) Bradney. On .

  • Roberta Satalowich

    Roberta Joan Satalowich (Kuhn), 78, passed away Thursday, April 13, 2017; pancreatic cancer took her life after a spirited 20-month battle. Visitation will be Friday, April 21 from 7:00 — 8:30 p.m. Funeral will be Saturday, April 22 at 10:00 a.m. Both services will be at the .

  • Donald Davis

    Donald Dean Davis arrived in rural Jewell County, Kansas, during the snow storm of March 15, 1924. He had a child’s eye view of the great depression from the Mankato home of his parents (Newell F. Davis and Ruby M. Fogo) .

  • EDITORIAL | Enough harm has been done

    “Just looking to see if anybody has any information… so we can pick up the pieces and go on.” Those were some of the words spoken by Darryl Wilhelm in a video statement to whoever might visit the Riley County .

  • Mascot minority again trying to have its way

    To the Editor: It is so very obvious what is happening with this “Mascot Committee.” The Manhattan- Ogden Board of Education in September 2016 did not have the courage to make a decision on whether to retain the sporting and school .

  • Cats edge New Mexico Ksubb41917

    Forgive Brad Hill for dismissing the record he tied Tuesday night in his Kansas State squad’s 3-2 win over New Mexico. The win was Hill’s 435th at K-State, tying former coach Mike Clark for the all-time record at .





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