• Niedermayerova is All-Big 12 for 4th time

    Senior Petra Niedermayerova added another honor to her already packed trophy case, as the Kansas State senior tennis player was named All-Big 12 in singles on Tuesday for the fourth time in her career. Niedermayerova is the first player in the .

  • Tasha Dickey to remain on K-State WBB support staff

    Kansas State women’s basketball head coach Jeff Mittie continued to round out his staff with the announcement on Wednesday that he has retained Tasha Dickey as the team’s director of video operations. Dickey remains on a K-State staff .

  • Rock Creek JV softball finishes season 11-5

    The Rock Creek junior varsity finished its season on Monday with a sweep of Hiawatha, winning the games 15-0 and 18-0. Jayden Weers and Saige Biedenbender each pitched shutout wins for the Mustangs, while the offense put up big numbers .

  • Riley County softball splits with St. Marys

    The Riley County softball team hosted the St. Marys Bears on Tuesday night, splitting the doubleheader. Riley County won the first game 8-4 and lost the second game, 14-13. Heidi Prockish started in the circle and earned the win with .

  • Rock Creek softball sweeps Wabaunsee

    The Rock Creek softball team swept Wabaunsee on Tuesday, beating the Chargers 11-1 and 13-2. The Mustangs got off to a slow start in the first game, scoring one run in the first, but not scoring again until the seventh .

  • Manhattan-based company part of $8.6 million merger Ice.phatch

    A local aerospace electronics company with humble beginnings is now a part of a multi-million-dollar deal. ICE Corporation, founded in a Kansas State University dorm room in 1973, has been purchased by Ultra Electronics, a defense, aerospace, security, transport and energy .

  • New DVDs feature titles of interest to teens G.w.clift1

    This month the new videos shelves will be heavy with copies of “Veronica Mars,” “Her,” and the remake of “Gambit.” But what’s surprising is how much the other new releases skew toward teen interest movies. There may not be .

  • McKenith gets life in prison

    A Manhattan man has been sentenced to life in prison for first-degree murder, while his mother has pleaded no contest to aiding him after the fact and other charges. James McKenith, 33, was sentenced Monday afternoon in Riley County District Court .

  • Nitchman sentenced to probation in vehicular homicide

    A Missouri man charged with vehicular homicide was sentenced to 12 months of probation Monday afternoon in Riley County District Court. Daniel Nitchman, 39, of St. Robert, Mo., was charged with the Class A misdemeanor in the death of Samantha Coleman, 31, of .

  • County awaits bridge analysis

    The official results are still pending, but Bob Awerkamp is hopeful an engineering analysis of the Belvue Bridge conducted last week will be good news. Awerkamp is owner of The Onyx Collection at Belvue and the person who urged the .

  • Concert planned to benefit Peace Memorial Auditorium

    The push to keep the stage at Peace Memorial Auditorium continues. A benefit concert, “Give My Regards to Broadway,” will take place at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Peace Memorial in City Hall. The program is free, but donations will be .

  • K-State students, employees sign media petition

    Four hundred forty-six students and members of the faculty and staff at Kansas State University signed a petition against the Kansas Board of Regents’ proposed social media policy. The petition was developed by the Faculty Senate leadership group and sent .


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