The Kansas State women’s basketball team saved its toughest contest for last. While playing on the road in the Big 12 is never easy, playing on the road in Waco, Texas, against the top-ranked Baylor Bears is as tough at it can get. But K-State
The Kansas State baseball team found the offensive fireworks it was missing in Saturday’s two-run win over Oakland and dominated the Grizzlies in the doubleheader Sunday. The Wildcats won the second of the series 9-2 and finished the series with a 13-3 victory in
Once upon a time, residents from the magical city of Manhattan hoped to find a book or two or eight. The residents who attended the Manhattan Library Association annual book sale Saturday will probably live happily ever after. Plenty of items from various genres could
Local authorities are attempting to draw a bright line around unacceptable behaviors at next weekend’s Fake Patty’s Day events that are likely to land participants in legal trouble. City and police officials on Friday posted a nearly two-page list of warnings and cautions
The son of a former award winner was named Citizen of the Year at the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting Friday night. Terry Arthur, a long-time attorney for the Kansas Farm Bureau and an expert on agricultural law, received the award from Dan
Friends, family, coworkers, city and state officials packed a room at the Manhattan Fire Department Headquarters to wish Chief Jerry Snyder a happy retirement. “You can judge the character of a person by the number of people who show up at their retirement,” Ronnie Grice,
Kenneth Eugene Kirkendall, 84, of Manhattan died Feb. 28 at the Westy Care Home in Westmoreland surrounded by his family, following a lengthy journey through Alzheimer’s Disease.
Jean E. Rand, 98, of Overland Park died Feb. 24.
Sheila R. Mills, 76. of Manhattan died March 1 at Meadowlark Hills - Lyle House.
Cheryl Ann Rice, 67, of Manhattan died March 1 at Via Christi Village.
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