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    Phillip D. Moore, 94, of Zeandale, died Sunday at his residence. He was born on Aug. 18, 1919, in Zeandale. Additional obituary information and service times will be announced later by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home, 1616 Poyntz Avenue, Manhattan, Kansas 66502..

  • Jayhawks take series from Wildcats Ksu9 ku20.phatch

    Kansas State catcher Blair DeBord said Saturday night that championships are won on Sundays. The Manhattan High product said that following the Wildcats’ Game 2 loss to rival Kansas. If DeBord is right, there would be no championship for the Wildcats .

  • K-State tennis loses at home to Baylor, 5-1

    Kansas State senior Petra Niedermayerova picked up her best win of the spring season in singles action on Sunday, but the 69th-ranked Wildcats were unable to pull off the upset, losing to No. 16 Baylor, 5-1, at the Body First Tennis .

  • Mustangs split with Wamego

    The Rock Creek softball team traveled to Wamego this past week, splitting a doubleheader with the Red Raiders.  In the opening game Thursday, the Mustangs belted out 22 hits, including 17 RBIs, to win 17-5.  Rock Creek exerted its will .

  • Rock Creek baseball splits with Marysville

    The Rock Creek baseball team split a doubleheader with Marysville on Friday. The Mustangs lost the first game 3-1, but came back to win the night cap 8-4..

  • Riley County takes one from Chapman

    The Riley County softball team opened its season on Friday night in Chapman.  The Falcons beat the Fighting Irish in the first game, 10-6, before dropping the second game, 17-7. Jordan Ummel got her first win of the year .

  • K-State professor’s work makes international festival Image.jpeg.phatch

    A group from Kansas State University went to France — and found out it’s similar to Kansas in one particular way. Thirty-five degree mornings. Rainy. Overnight frosting. Sounds a lot like Kansas. “It wasn’t so great,” said Jessica Canfield, .

  • The trials of ‘friend’-ing a parent Bauman-cut

    There are times in life that you make decisions that impact the rest of your days. They don’t seem to have such gravitas at the time, but like a couple of gas station hotdogs, they’ll sneak up on .

  • Students show off souped-up bikes at K-State Open House Openhouse2.phatch

    From afar, Saturday’s open house on the Kansas State University campus could appear chaotic. When taking a closer look… it could still appear chaotic, as a multitude of individual moments took place within eyesight. Those moments all contributed to .

  • Engineering construction to begin

    Construction is set to begin Monday on the $40 million K-State College of Engineering expansion. Work on the project, at the corner of College Heights and Denison Avenue, will begin with site utility relocation, earthwork and demolition, according to a press .

  • Woman released after bond reduced from $1M to $5,000 Love.phatch

    A Manhattan woman accused of aiding her son in a September 2013 murder was released from jail earlier this week after her bond was reduced from $1 million to $5,000. Deputy Riley County District Attorney Barry Disney Friday afternoon confirmed that 50-year-old Christina .

  • Johnson named city engineer

    Brian Johnson has been promoted to city engineer, Manhattan city officials announced Friday. Johnson was a principal civil engineer for the city, and he will assume his new role immediately, announced Robert Ott, director of public works, in a press .


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