Tom M. Mall, 85, died Tuesday at the Washington County Hospital.
Along with nearly all of the spring sports this season, the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team has struggled to get adequate practice time outside so far this year. Especially after Monday’s game with Wichita Trinity was postponed, the Indians were ready to get back
Joseph R. Dailey, 63, died Saturday in Lamar, Mo., from a heart attack.
William Thomas “Bill” Moore II, 68, of Manhattan died Wednesday at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
E. Jean Hill, 88, of Manhattan died today at the Meadowlark Hills-Sloan House in Manhattan.
Riley County detectives are investigating a report of a person flashing a gun during an argument Wednesday. Sgt. Brad Ingalls said Toby Arganbright, 36, Manhattan, reported that an acquaintance confronted him at about 4:15 p.m. in a parking lot outside of an apartment complex at 2101 Sloan
It was March 14, 1958- and Kansas State was leading Cincinnati 74-73 in the NCAA Midwest regional finals in Lawrence Kansas. Cincinnati’s All American- Oscar Robertson was awarded two free throws with one second remaining on the clock. K-State’s head coach- Tex Winter
“Olympus Has Fallen” demonstrates one of the great truisms about action movies. So long as guys are shooting, flying, running, and fighting, this new Antoine Fuqua film is fun to watch. When it gets to talking, all interest dies. In a good action picture—”In
The candidates in next Tuesday’s city/school elections are seeking your vote. But several have spotty records when it’s time for them to go to the polls. Of the 11 candidates whose names will appear on next week’s ballot, only two can claim
The city is expected to keep its air traffic control tower operating through September, although commissioners Tuesday put off a final decision on how to do that until the April 2 commission meeting. Discussion of what to do with the air traffic control tower was added
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