To the Editor: I realize that as sports editor, it is Josh Kinder’s prerogative to state his opinions. I will make a few comments for your consideration regarding his recent column, “Romero’s case makes K-State look like a .
To the Editor: I have been a Kansas State University supporter since the 1950s and will continue to be a supporter even after the nationally known sports announcer and former NCAA player has condemned KSU on the Leti Romero case. .
To the Editor: There’s been much in the news in regards the education bill, HB 2506, being signed into law. The April 24 Manhattan Free Press had an article critical of the new law. As I read it, it appears .
After performances like the ones he saw Friday at Bishop Stadium, Manhattan track and field coach Jesse Woodard can’t help but envision big things for his boys’ track team. With more than 90 points separating his first-place Indians from second-place .
The Manhattan High baseball team got a pair of run-rule victories over Topeka West Friday afternoon at Norvell Field, winning 15-4 and 11-1. After winning Game 1 against the Chargers, Manhattan’s Jesse Steinbring pitched four strong innings, allowing just two .
Playing an opponent the Indians beat handily at home earlier this month, the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team managed to repeat its dominant performance, winning 7-0 in a road game at Topeka West on Friday evening. Manhattan took a 5-0 .
Watering was the one thing I was hoping to not have to write much about this year. Last year, my focus was on the best watering practices. We ended last year about on target for moisture and had a decent .
Playing in a six-team round robin in Junction City, the Manhattan High boys’ tennis team managed to parlay its strong finish in Salina on Thursday into a perfect day on Saturday afternoon. The Indians finished the day 20-0 in matches, .
Fort Riley issued a warning Saturday cautioning patrons who purchased 80-percent lean ground beef Friday after 1 p.m. at the post commissary. Employees discovered metal flecks inside the grinder while they were disassembling it for cleaning and warned officials. “We .
Irma Jean “Irmie” Fallon, died Saturday, April 19, at the age of 85 at the Good Shepherd Hospice House following an extended illness with Alzheimer’s disease. Irmie was born on the family farm near Manson, Iowa on Jan. 29, 1929, to parents .
John Lewis Schlesener, 78, of Herington, died Wednesday at Herington Municipal Hospital. He was born May 28, 1935, in Boise City, Okla. the son of Norman Charles and Helen Ruth (Johnson) Schlesener. A memorial service will take place on Tuesday at 11 a.m. .
BATON ROUGE, La. — The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi announced that Sara Glotzbach of Wamego, was recently initiated into Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Glotzbach was .
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