• Music student earns degree from Berklee

    Dalton Harts, son of Terry and Ann Harts of Manhattan, graduated magna cum laude May 10 from the Berklee College of Music, Boston, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in electronic production and design. Berklee is the largest independent college of .

  • Obama still doesn’t have a strategy for Russia

    Our relations with Russia are both complicated and dangerous. If we are too aggressive with Russia over the conflict in Ukraine, we could end up with a war. Yet if we continue our policy of pin pricks, we risk further .

  • Manhattan High set to graduate class of 380 on Sunday Gradpractice.phatch

    The Manhattan High School class of 2014 will graduate at 2 p.m. on Sunday at Bramlage Coliseum, 1800 College Ave. Principal Greg Hoyt said about 380 students will receive their diplomas during the ceremony. Commencement is expected to last a little more than .

  • Area officials look to future

    Area officials received information Thursday on the progress of Manhattan Area 2035, an update to the Manhattan Urban Area Comprehensive Plan, last updated in 2003, and the Manhattan Area Transportation Strategy. Clarion Associates, the project’s lead consultant, presented during a joint .

  • Company to add 100 jobs

    A manufacturing company based in Manhattan is planning a $7 million capital investment in its local plant, which is expected to create 100 additional production jobs. Florence Manufacturing Company, a division of Gibraltar Industries, will employ more than 400 people in Manhattan after .

  • Three named KSU distinguished professors

    Three professors at K-State have been given the university’s highest honor. Faculty members Gary Pierzynski, professor and head of the agronomy department; Sandra Stith, professor of family studies and human services; and Bhadriraju Subramanyam, professor of postharvest production in .

  • Which film about journalism is most realistic?

    Q: There have been lots of movies about newspapers, or flicks featuring heroic reporters risking life and limb for a big story. Which of these films represent anything like the day-to-day business of a real newspaper?.

  • Man waives hearing in manslaughter case

    What was expected to take most of the day Friday actually took about 20 minutes as a Leonardville man facing a charge of involuntary manslaughter waived his right to a preliminary hearing. Garrett Olson, 20, confirmed his decision to Judge Meryl Wilson .

  • MHS teams sweep league track meet

    Each year at the Centennial League track meet, the names change, but the results stay the same for Manhattan High. Both the boys’ and girls’ track teams continued their streaks of dominance, with the boys’ winning the league team title .

  • Turnley leads young MHS tennis team to state tournament Mhstennisdoubles-1.phatch

    Compared to the rest of his Manhattan High tennis teammates, Jonathan Turnley is something of an elder statesman. The lone senior on a team filled mostly with sophomores, Turnley has been the right-hand man for head coach Joyce Allen, helping .

  • MHS soccer edges Shawnee Heights

    The Manhattan High girls’ soccer team wrapped up the regular season with a 1-0 win over Shawnee Heights on the road Thursday evening. The Indians got a single goal in the 23rd minute from Kelli Stockton on a ball from .

  • What will our city be like in 2035?

    We rather like the Manhattan conjured up Wednesday by residents who participated in a long-range planning exercise. What’s not to like about more green space, better bicycle access and clean air? Those are just three of the items that .





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