• House bill would move municipal elections

    Rep. Kathy Wolfe Moore, a Kansas City Democrat, said the House Elections Committee is trying to solve a problem it hasn’t been asked to solve with HB 2227, a bill that would move municipal elections to the fall of odd-numbered .

  • MHS girls rout visiting Chargers Mhsgbb34.phatch

    Coming into Tuesday’s matchup against Topeka West, Manhattan head coach Scott Mall was hoping his team would get the chance to lead comfortably and work on things that until now, had only been utilized in practice. With a 30-0 .

  • Topeka West hands MHS boys home loss Mhsbbb23.phatch

    Manhattan High assistant boys’ basketball coaches Benji George and Shane Sieben haven’t been in charge long, but they’ve noticed a disturbing trend early in games. The Indians don’t often come out ready to play defensively. Against Topeka .

  • Valley Heights boys top Wash. Co., 66-48

    At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights got off to a great start on Tuesday, and kept rolling in a 66-48 win over Washington County. The Mustangs (14-2) led 21-9 after the first quarter, and charged ahead 36-23 by halftime. Valley Heights .

  • Concordia 76, Riley County 44

    At Concordia, a first quarter deficit was too much to rally back from for Riley County on Tuesday, as the Falcons lost 76-44 to Concordia. The Falcons (4-11) trailed 22-9 after the first period, and it was 30-15 by halftime. .

  • Frankfort 52, Onaga 41

    At Frankort, the Frankfort Wildcats picked up just their fourth win of the season on Tuesday, beating Onaga 52-41. The Wildcats (4-11) set the table for the win from the beginning, leading 14-8 after the first quarter. But Onaga came .

  • Rock Creek 58, Marysville 56

    At Flush, Rock Creek avoided an upset loss to Marysville on Tuesday, hanging on to win 58-56 at home. The Mustangs (13-2) trailed 13-11 after one quarter, but led 30-29 at halftime. Marysville took back the game in third quarter .

  • Wamego 69, Chapman 34

    At Chapman, the Wamego Red Raiders made quick work of Chapman on Tuesday, beating the Irish 69-34. Wamego dominated the first half, leading 25-7 after the first quarter and 48-16 at halftime. The Red Raiders (7-8) let off the gas .

  • Valley Heights 55, Washington Co. 44

    At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights steadily pulled away from Washington County in a 55-44 win on Tuesday. Brandi Roepke scored 23 points for the Mustangs (15-1), who led 12-5 after the first and 27-19 by halftime. Valley Heights led by eight .

  • VALLEY HEIGHTS 55, WASHINGTON CO. 44

    At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights steadily pulled away from Washington County in a 55-44 win on Tuesday. Brandi Roepke scored 23 points for the Mustangs (15-1), who led 12-5 after the first and 27-19 by halftime. Valley Heights led by eight .

  • Boehner wise to avoid stand-off

    House Speaker John Boehner, despite criticism from House tea partiers, acted prudently Tuesday in allowing the chamber to vote on a so-called “clean” bill to suspend the debt ceiling. The measure passed 221-201, and did so because 28 Republicans, including Rep. .

  • One anti-KU cheer goes too far Ned seaton

    It’s time to drop the F-bomb. What I’m referring to is the use of that word in a chant used by K-State basketball fans at Bramlage Coliseum during Monday’s game against KU. It happened a couple times .







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