To the Editor: I am disappointed in the City of Manhattan’s determined course to deny free water service to schools and churches. This seems to me more of an ethical issue, rather than a legal one. When the city decided to pursue
Dear Editor: The flu epidemic has invaded 48 states, overwhelming medical facilities, exhausting vaccine supplies, and killing 29 children and thousands of seniors. Both the problem and solution to this disaster hinge on how we relate to animals raised for food.
While the girls’ team opens its tournament in McPherson, the boys’ team will host the Emporia Spartans in a rematch from a 62-52 loss in December. For head coach Tim Brooks, seeing his team rebound after a largely disappointing trip to McPherson last week is
This week at the Mid-America Classic in McPherson, the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team will be in a similar spot as the boys’ team last week. Just like the boys’ team, the Indians earned the No. 4 seed in the tournament, giving them the most balanced
Rowena Bell DeBolt, 92, died Jan. 12 at Homestead Assisted Living in Manhattan where she lived.
Elaine R. Bruns, 86, died Sunday at her residence in Zapata, Texas.
Caroline Rita (Dreiling) Schmidt, 84, of Hays died Thursday at Hays Medical Center.
Kansas didn’t need both of its stars on the floor to do damage Tuesday night. With Jeff Withey on the bench in foul trouble, the Jayhawks’ freshman Ben McLemore helped third-ranked KU avert a Kansas State comeback attempt to win 59-55 at Bramlage Coliseum.
Rodney McGruder was last week’s Big 12 Player of the Week. Unfortunately for 11th-ranked Kansas State, he seemed quite average on Tuesday night against rival Kansas. McGruder had been on a tear through the first four Big 12 games this season, averaging a league-best 21.5 points per
Kansas State added another commitment to the 2013 recruiting class on Tuesday, as defensive tackle Chris Brown announced he intends to play for the Wildcats. Brown was originally recruited by K-State in 2010 before attending Scottsdale (Ariz.) Community College. He committed to Washington State, but when the
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