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  • Women's Basketball | May 08, 2013

    K-State women’s hoops hosts camps

    Kansas State women’s basketball and head coach Deb Patterson will host three camps this summer for a variety of age groups and experience levels. The camps will be offered during the months of June and July and will feature current and former Wildcat players

  • General Activities | May 08, 2013

    Optimist Lady Indians win Salina tourney

    The Manhattan Optimist Lady Indians 14-and-under softball team played well in all three phases of the game en route to winning the Salina Downtown Lions tournament Saturday at Bill Burke Park. Kenzie Smith’s inside-the-park home run staked the squad to an early 1-0 lead

  • Area Schools | May 08, 2013

    Earthquakes take 2nd

    The 12-and-under Flint Hills Soccer Club Earthquakes took second in the Gold Division of the Governor’s Cup Tournament last weekend in Topeka. In cross-pool play, the Earthquakes tied Club Azzurri Union 3-3. In pool play, they defeated the Wichita Wizards 2-0 and beat Prodigy

  • Area Schools | May 08, 2013

    Rock Creek finishes sweep of Clay Center

    Twenty-seven days after Rock Creek softball defeated Clay Center 7-1 on April 9, the Mustangs finished up the sweep on Monday with a 13-3 win over the Tigers. Rock Creek scored six runs in the first three innings on the way to a final score that

  • Movies | May 08, 2013

    New video releases few in number but of high quality


    There may not be just tons of new movies on the list of the general release features being offered on home viewing media during May. But there are some good films among them. And maybe the action movies are the most consistently satisfactory of the

  • Letters | May 08, 2013

    Thanks for help with MHS after-prom party

    To The Editor: I would like to thank the volunteers who gave their time to help chaperone the Manhattan High School After Prom Party. I would also like to thank the businesses that donated coupons to the event. Orange Leaf, Vista Burger, and Wendy’s

  • Editorials | May 08, 2013

    The governor’s approach

    There’s a lot on the line for Gov. Sam Brownback as the Kansas Legislature considers this week how to balance the state budget next year. But there will be even more on the line politically if the governor gets his way. The governor’s

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | May 07, 2013

    Pain doc in court to determine if flight-risk

    The wife of a Manhattan physician accused of running a pill mill took the stand Tuesday during her husband’s detention hearing. Janet Immer, wife of Michael Schuster, 53, testified in regards to foreign bank accounts and numerous property the couple owns throughout the United States

  • Local |Government, Politics | May 07, 2013

    Commission looks at effects of legislation on county

    Legislation that could affect counties was a brief topic of discussion Monday when Randall Allen, executive director of the Kansas Association of Counties, visited with Pottawatomie County commissioners. Allen said both the Kansas House and Senate have passed budget and tax bills for fiscal year 2014,

  • Local | May 07, 2013

    Stampede lease extended 5 years

    Country Stampede is staying in Manhattan through 2017. Officials of the annual music and camping festival announced a new five-year lease with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism, which was actually signed a couple of months ago. Wayne Rouse, president of Country Stampede, said

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