• ‘Captain America: Winter Soldier’ leaves viewer enthralled Christopher.conner1

    Marvel Comics continues their quest to translate their comic book universe to the big screen. The most recent installment of their efforts is “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” At the start of this film, Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) demonstrates his .

  • Division of Continuing Ed becomes KSU Global Campus

    Kansas State University has been educating adult learners off campus for more than four decades through the Division of Continuing Education. To more accurately reflect K-State’s international ties and global reach, the Division of Continuing Education has been renamed .


    Betty (Elizabeth) Josephine (Spangler) Haug, 82, Manhattan, died Saturday morning, April 19, 2014, at her home. The family provided some of the following information. Betty was born on May 8, 1931 in Okmulgee, Okla., and raised in Chicago. She graduated from St. Nicholas Tolentine Grade .


    Maurice Earl “Buzz” Stark, 80, of Manhattan, died at Good Shepherd Hospice in Manhattan on Friday, March 28, after a short struggle with cancer. He was born on Nov. 12, 1933, in Topeka, the son of Robert Morton and Alice Lorene Brown Stark. A .


    Elizabeth Belle “Betty” Anderson, 84, of Manhattan, died Friday, April 18, 2014, at the Stoneybrook Retirement Community in Manhattan. She was born on Dec.10, 1929, in Manhattan, the daughter of John William and Thelma W. (Kelly) Bostick. Betty was raised in Manhattan where she .

  • MHS auto tech teacher plugs field as viable option Elizabethcrooks-1.phatch

    Automotive technology is changing and demand for mechanics is on the rise — so Manhattan High auto tech teacher Elizabeth Crooks is helping students make careers for themselves in an increasingly challenging field. When Crooks, a 2000 MHS graduate, was a freshman .

  • K-State track and field closes weekend road meets

    The Kansas State track and field team finished up a long weekend of competition with its final days of action at the Mt. SAC and Kansas Relays, as well as competing in the Beach Track and Field Invitational. Erica Twiss .

  • Bill Aye, the first basketball student-manager at K-State

    Bill Aye was born in Manhattan on Feb. 19, 1929 and lived at 410 Houston Street. His mother, Mary Adda Boone-Webb, daughter of Fred Boone, who owned the Gillett hotel right next door, met her husband Herbert Webb during a family vacation trip .

  • A scramble to find Easter eggs at fundraiser for foster kids Royalbunnytracs5k2.phatch

    Hundreds of children scavenged for Easter eggs, leaving not one of the 4,000 of them behind in the fields of Northeast Community Park. The hunt happened Saturday morning along with a 5K race for adults and a Rabbit Dash for children. .

  • Fort Riley overhauls assault programs

    As much as Army Sgt. Aiden Hinkley believed in the concept of a one-stop shop of services for sexual assault victims in the military, he and his supervisor weren’t certain anybody would show up. After all, only two other .

  • Expert: Be egg-stra careful with foods

    If you plan on eating those Easter eggs after you’ve dyed them, pay attention to how you cook them, says a K-State food safety expert. Londa Nwadike, who works at K-State’s Olathe campus, offers these tips on how .

  • Wilson talks about recent flap with RCPD Rusty-2.phatch

    Rusty Wilson wants to believe that… Well, that he has been believed. That strange split sentence isn’t just some fun writing device. It’s pretty much the full description of what’s puzzling the well-known — and occasionally controversial — owner .


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