The Marysville girls squeaked out a 58-55 overtime win in the third-place game of the Hiawatha Invitational, defeating Rock Creek in a back-and-forth affair Saturday night. The Mustangs (5-8, 3-3 Mid-East) trailed by two at halftime, but outscored the Bulldogs 19-7 in the third quarter
You may be tempted to break out shorts and T-shirts today, but get ready to put them away again by mid-week. The temperature could approach 70 degrees this afternoon - certainly an anomaly in January, but not unheard of, said state climatologist Mary Knapp. “We’ve
Is traffic backed up on Fort Riley Boulevard? Is there snow on Seth Child Road? Now, drivers can find out without leaving home. As part of the overall network of traffic signals in Manhattan, the city has been installing cameras at various intersections to give
The executive director of Pawnee Mental Health Center told county commissioners Monday that while Gov. Sam Brownback’s decision to retain $12 million in his proposed budget for mental health services represents a positive step, there remains more to be done to improve mental health services
Manhattan Fire Department firefighters responded to significant water damage at Eighteen63, a bar in Aggieville, early Saturday morning after a sprinkler alarm sounded. According to officials, the alarm was activated at approximately 3:40 a.m., because of a broken sprinkler head in the lofts above the
There were several vehicle burglaries reported Friday morning in the northeast part of Manhattan that reportedly occurred overnight between Thursday and Friday. Five vehicle burglaries were reported in the 2900 block of Northwing Drive. Officer Matt Droge said the incidents resulted in a total loss of $726.
Steve Shields moved to Manhattan 20 years ago to attend Kansas State University, but that’s not what kept him here. He said the desire to live here was based on a moment of clarity. His mother became ill and needed to go to a nursing
The Wildcat March, featuring 30 artistically decorated wildcat sculptures, will start Feb. 14 as part of Kansas State University’s 150th anniversary celebration. The creations will be on display throughout the community and on campus until October. Planning for the nine-month sesquicentennial celebration started two and a
Wilma Trumpp, 86, of Clay Center died Sunday at Stormont-Vail Healthcare in Topeka.
Jeanne Elizabeth Powell, 87, died Thursday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.
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