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  • Local | March 03, 2013

    Friends honor retiring fire chief


    Friends, family, coworkers, city and state officials packed a room at the Manhattan Fire Department Headquarters to wish Chief Jerry Snyder a happy retirement. “You can judge the character of a person by the number of people who show up at their retirement,” Ronnie Grice,

  • Obituaries | March 03, 2013

    Kenneth Kirkendall

    Kenneth Eugene Kirkendall, 84, of Manhattan died Feb. 28 at the Westy Care Home in Westmoreland surrounded by his family, following a lengthy journey through Alzheimer’s Disease.

  • Obituaries | March 03, 2013

    Jean Rand

    Jean E. Rand, 98, of Overland Park died Feb. 24.

  • Obituaries | March 03, 2013

    Sheila Mills

    Sheila R. Mills, 76. of Manhattan died March 1 at Meadowlark Hills - Lyle House.

  • Obituaries | March 03, 2013

    Cheryl Ann Rice

    Cheryl Ann Rice, 67, of Manhattan died March 1 at Via Christi Village.

  • Obituaries | March 03, 2013

    Donna Simmer

    Donna Simmer, 63, of Wamego died March 1 at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.

  • Obituaries | March 03, 2013

    Myrtle Lauer

    Myrtle C. Lauer, 96, of Manhattan died March 1 at the Via Christi Village in Manhattan.

  • Women's Basketball | March 03, 2013

    Chambers, White lead Cats to victory

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    Brittany Chambers and Mariah White weren’t going to lose Saturday. Not this day. Not senior day. The two Kansas State seniors did what they’ve done for four seasons Saturday and sent Texas Tech back to Lubbock with its first loss since mid February,

  • Men's Basketball | March 03, 2013

    McGruder buzzer-beater lifts Wildcats

    WACO, Texas — With 1 second left, Rodney McGruder came off a screen wide open, the ball in his hands and sent it toward the basket from behind the arc. The Kansas State senior said he knew it was going to drop in. “When I released it,

  • Area Schools | March 03, 2013

    Riley County girls make state tourney

    RILEY — The Riley County girls’ basketball held off a strong second-half surge from Silver Lake to defeat the Eagles 52-41 on Saturday night for a trip to the Class 3A state tournament in Hutchinson next week. As the No. 2 seed, the Falcons were the visitors

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