There were a lot of reasons for Devon Nash to sign with Kansas State, but when it came down to it, all the defensive end wanted was to play for head coach Bill Snyder. “Bill Snyder is the deal-breaker,” said Nash, who signed with K-State
After a disappointing couple weeks for the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team, it’s back to the grind tonight at Washburn Rural. The Indians will try and regroup after going 1-3 in their last four games, while also suffering their first loss at home to
For the second time in a week, the Manhattan High bowling teams hosted a meet at Little Apple Lanes. This time around, Manhattan’s performance dipped a little as the competition got tougher. The boys’ team took second and the girls’ finished third out of
Registration is now open for the 2013 Biking Across Kansas (BAK) bicycle tour across the State of Kansas. The 39th year of the largest bicycling event in Kansas history-a 507-mile ride across the State- begins on Saturday, June 8, 2013. Biking Across Kansas is an eight-day tour originating
Sandra M. Stith, director of the marriage and family therapy program at Kansas State University, has been awarded fellow status by the National Council on Family Relations. An internationally recognized expert on family violence and the treatment of intimate partner violence, she holds the Vera
Riley County officers arrested a Lawrence man early Tuesday morning for reportedly attacking a front desk clerk at America’s Best Value Inn and breaking a front window in the process. Officer Matt Droge said police were called to the motel, 1501 Tuttle Creek Blvd., at
Harold R. Nehring, 74, of Wamego died today at The Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.
Ora “Jean” Glessner, 88, of Council Grove and formerly of Alta Vista died Sunday at the Morris County Hospital.
Jason A. Hardesty, 28, of Manhattan died today at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
Wilma Jean Trumpp, 86, of Clay Center died Sunday at Stormont-Vail in Topeka.
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