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  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | May 14, 2013

    Man gets 9 months for video

    The Kansas State University student convicted of videotaping his roommate without her knowledge was sentenced Monday to nine months probation with an underlying jail sentence of 90 days. William Reed, 20, Manhattan, appeared in front of District Judge Meryl Wilson to be sentenced for one count of

  • Men's Basketball | May 14, 2013

    KSU to play Tulane in Brooklyn showcase

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team will play Tulane as part of a tripleheader at the second annual Brooklyn Hoops Winter Festival on Saturday, Dec. 28 at Barclays Center. The tripleheader will lead off with a game between St. John’s and Columbia, then follow

  • Movies | May 13, 2013

    ‘Into the Woods’ in Junction City


    Steven Sondheim’s bumptious Into the Woods got a solid treatment last week in Junction City’s attractive Hoover Opera House. The production, presented by J.C.’s venerable and accomplished Little Theater company, made use of area talent to give the late 1980s show

  • Manhattan High School | May 13, 2013

    Hudgins signs with Grizzlies

    As one of the top pass-rushers in the Centennial League a season ago, Chris Hudgins was one of several Manhattan High football players exploring all his options to continue playing at the next level. In signing with Butler County, Hudgins will join one of the

  • General Activities | May 13, 2013

    Optimist Lady Indians win tournament

    The Manhattan Optimist Lady Indians 14-and-under softball team erupted for five runs in the sixth inning to beat the Salina Pink Panthers 10-7 and win the Twin Oaks Open Saturday at Anneberg Park. The Lady Indians and Panthers exchanged the lead several times throughout the

  • Local |Education | May 13, 2013

    Students honored at Kansas History Day contest

    Fifteen sixth grade students from Manhattan-Ogden public schools earned honors at the recent Kansas History Day State Contest held recently at Washburn University in Topeka. Under the guidance of teacher Terry Healy, students began work in October of last year researching and developing projects analyzing

  • Editorials | May 13, 2013

    Airport tower reprieve helpful

    The political winds that have buffeted Manhattan and scores of other communities that learned in March their airport control towers would close June 15 blew in some truly good news on Friday. They received a reprieve when the Federal Aviation Administration said that the 149 air-traffic control

  • Letters | May 13, 2013

    Pause and recognize nurses’ impact on patients, families

    To the Editor: This past week we celebrated National Nurses Week. It is important to pause and consciously recognize the nurses at Mercy Regional Health Center as well as nurses working elsewhere in the Manhattan community —those nurses who have vigilantly watched over you or

  • General Activities | May 13, 2013

    FHSC Attack wins fourth straight tournament

    The FHSC Attack 9-and-under boys soccer team won its fourth consecutive tournament this past weekend — taking the top division at the Nutmeg Tournament in Kansas City, Mo.  The Attack won all four of their matches and outscored the competition 27-3.  In pool play,

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency |Government, Politics | May 13, 2013

    Crime below average for 1st quarter 2013

    Serious crime was below recent seasonal averages here during the first quarter of 2013. RCPD Capt. Kurt Moldrup, chief of the patrol division, told county commissioners Monday that the frequency of serious “Part 1” crime during the January-March period was below the average for the past three

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