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  • Hole-in-one at Stagg Hill

    There was a hole-in-one at Stagg Hill Golf Club on May 18, as Randall Steiner put one in on the second hole. Steiner used a 4-hybrid from 172 yards out. Tyler Steiner, Victor Steiner and Bert Allen all witnessed it..

  • First Presbyterian golf and tennis Camps

    First Presbyterian will host a golf camp for third through sixth graders at Colbert Hills on Monday, June 2 from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Recently retired Kansas State golf coach, Tim Norris, will be the instructor. First Presbyterian will also .

  • Lady Indians take fifth at Memorial Day invite

    The 14-and-under Manhattan Optimist Lady Indians posted a fifth-place finish after compiling a 4-4 record at the USSSA Memorial Day National Invitational Tournament this past weekend in Lee’s Summit, Mo. The Lady Indians opened pool play with a 4-2 .

  • Early deadline for KSU volleyball tickets is Friday

    The early bird deadline for 2014 K-State volleyball season tickets is drawing near —set for Friday — the last day to receive exclusive benefits. Fans that purchase season tickets, which start at $2.50 per match with the Wildcat 4 Pack by this Friday will .

  • As a people movie, ‘Godzilla’ found lacking Christopher.conner1

    Godzilla is the unrivaled monarch of Kaiju film. Despite beginning her career as a brutal force of nature and retribution for mankind’s nuclear aspirations, Godzilla seems to end up being likable in a scaly, skyscraper-crushing sort of way. Even .

  • Legislative review: Major bills from 2014

    Considering the bulk of the budget was passed in 2013, the 2014 Kansas legislative session was still particularly eventful. From an attempt to legislate basketball games to the passing of the court-mandated school finance bill that repealed teacher tenure, things in Topeka .

  • Man injured in K-99 accident

    WESTMORELAND — A Lindsborg man suffered disabling injuries Friday night in an accident on K-99. The Kansas Highway Patrol reported that 45-year-old Brad Anderson was driving an F-350 pickup truck south on Kansas Highway 99, less than half a mile north of .

  • Indians win all-sports league crown

    In a school year with eight different Centennial League titles to its credit, Manhattan High School has won the league’s all-sports title for the 2013-14 athletic seasons, taking back the award from Washburn Rural, which edged the Indians last .

  • Even small tax increases add up

    The reluctance of Manhattan-Ogden School Board President Curt Herrman and member Darell Edie to raise the board’s capital outlay budget taxing authority is appreciated. Nevertheless, the majority was right to raise the cap from the present 6 mills to the .

  • Fort Riley soldier found dead from gunshot

    JUNCTION CITY —Police discovered a Fort Riley soldier dead from a single gunshot wound on Monday. Junction City police and Fire Department and EMS responded to 1731 North Park Drive Apt. 5 Monday in response to a call that a subject had .

  • JAN VERBRUGGE

    Jan Martin VerBrugge, 72, died Saturday, May 24, 2014, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.  The family provided the following information. Jan was born in Emporia on Dec. 17, 1941, to Martin and Joanna VerBrugge. He graduated from Emporia High School in 1959 .

  • DANNY D. TRAYER

    Danny Dale Trayer, 87, of Manhattan, died Monday, May 26, 2014, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. The family provided the following information. He was born on March 2, 1927, in Strong City, the son of Dale and Dorothy Estelle (Arnold) Trayer.  .





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