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  • General Activities | April 23, 2013

    Optimist Indians win invite

    The Manhattan Optimist Lady Indians 13-and-under softball team won the U14 division of the Extreme Spring Invitational tournament this past weekend at Derby’s High Park softball complex. The Lady Indians posted a 7-0 record in two days, highlighted by Hana Tamura’s championship-winning single

  • General Activities | April 23, 2013

    FHSC Warriors go undefeated

    The Flint Hills Soccer Club’s boys 13-and-under Warriors went undefeated last weekend to take first place in the Crossroad Classic Tournament in Kansas City.  The Warriors were 4-0 in the round-robin event and gave up only two goals the entire weekend.  On

  • Baseball | April 23, 2013

    K-State baseball game rescheduled for Wednesday

    Due to the wintery weather Tuesday in Lincoln, the Kansas State and Nebraska baseball teams have elected to move their midweek contest to Wednesday night at 6:35 from Hawks Field. The game can be heard in the Manhattan area on SportsRadio 1350 KMAN. Following Wednesday’s game,

  • Men's Basketball | April 22, 2013

    Angel Rodriguez to leave K-State

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team suffered a big blow on Monday as sophomore point guard Angel Rodriguez announced plans to transfer from the school. “After multiple conversations, Angel feels an obligation to be closer to his family,” K-State coach Bruce Weber said in

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | April 22, 2013

    New crime tool seen as helping

    A new method of crime prediction contributed to reduced crime during 2012, an RCPD officer told Riley County commissioners Monday. Capt. Kurt Moldrup said a laser-point initiative was being used to increase police patrolling in areas where crimes occur during certain times of the day and

  • Local |Kansas State University | April 22, 2013

    Six K-State students are bound for Uganda

    A first-time endeavor for six K-State students this summer may shed new light on a hot international issue. Those six are going to Uganda to both serve people and conduct research on The Lord’s Resistance Army. The ten-week trip is being led by David

  • Local |Government, Politics | April 22, 2013

    City to review Wildcat Creek flood plan

    City commissioners plan to discuss and give feedback on the Wildcat Creek Flood Management Plan during the Tuesday work session scheduled for 5 p.m. in the City Commission Room at City Hall. The plan is being developed by Wildcat Creek Watershed Working Group and its

  • Neighbors | April 22, 2013

    Best friend ...even if only for a few weeks

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    Emily Pendergrass came to Kansas State University to study animal science, but discovered other ways to help her four-legged friends. Pendergrass began doing community service work with the Riley County Humane Society three years ago. Currently, she is adoption coordinator for the pet adoption program

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | April 22, 2013

    Hearing date set in University Gardens shooting

    The preliminary hearing for a man accused of shooting several people and killing one at the University Gardens apartment complex earlier this month was set for May in Riley County District Court Monday morning. Matthew Wilson, 43, appeared via video communication in front of Judge John

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | April 22, 2013

    Rape report investigated

    Riley County detectives are investigating the reported rape of an 18-year-old woman in Manhattan early Saturday morning. Officer Matthew Droge said the incident reportedly occurred at a residence in the northwest part o Manhattan, between 3 and 3:30 a.m. on Saturday. Droge said the woman reported

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