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  • MARY CARR

    Mary Carr, affectionately know as “Grandma,” 92, of Manhattan, died Thursday, January 30. The family provided some of the following information. Mary was born May 7, 1921, in Clearwater, Fla. She was the daughter of the late Melvin and Lily Clark. After working 4 p..

  • FRED DANIELS

    Fred Daniels, 63, of Wamego died Dec. 6 in Manhattan. A celebration of life honoring Daniels will be from 1 to 4 p.m. Feb. 8 at the American Legion in Manhattan. Anyone who knew him is welcome to come and share memories..

  • K-State tennis beats Liberty for third straight victory

    The Kansas State tennis team cruised to a 7-0 win over Liberty on Saturday at the Body First Tennis and Fitness Center, marking the third straight victory for the Wildcats. It’s the first time K-State has won three straight .

  • Cats run strong at Iowa State

    AMES, Iowa — The Kansas State track and field team followed up an impressive second day at the Bill Bergan Invitational with a balanced closing effort from both the men’s and women’s squads on Saturday. The Wildcat men finished .

  • K-State falls apart late, loses at WVU Wildcatscolor.phatch

    This has happened before. A little too often if you’re Kansas State. On the road, trailing by eight at halftime to West Virginia, the Wildcats rallied to tie the game at 53 and later had a chance to take the .

  • Cyclones top K-State women, 84-65 Woods ashia 23.phatch

    AMES, Iowa. — A sluggish first-half shooting performance by the Kansas State women’s basketball team on Saturday night sent the Wildcats to an 84-65 loss at Iowa State. The Wildcats were looking to win their first game in Hilton Coliseum .

  • MHS girls hang on to win Mac tourney

    MCPHERSON — After two blowout wins in the Mid-America Classic this week, the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team finally got a tough game Saturday night. In what ended up being a true road game in the championship game of the 19th .

  • Indians come back to beat Emporia, 64-52

    The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team used a 10-0 run in the third quarter to come from behind and defeat Emporia, 64-52, on the road on Saturday night. The Indians (8-4) got off to a slow start against the Spartans, .

  • Valley Heights boys beat Frankfort

    At Blue Rapids, the Valley Heights boy’s basketball took the lead in the Twin Valley League standings on Friday with a 44-38 win over Frankfort. The Mustangs moved to 7-1 with the win, while Hanover didn’t play due .

  • Rock Creek 57, St. Marys 31

    At Flush, Rock Creek got out to a good start on Friday, leading to a 57-31 win over St. Marys. The Mustangs (11-2) led 16-4 after the first quarter, and pushed their lead to 33-16 by halftime. Rock Creek outscored .

  • Valley Heights 59, Frankfort 29

    At Blue Rapids, Sidney Blackburn scored 30 points as Valley Heights pounded Frankfort, 59-29, on Friday. Blackburn scored 19 points in just the first half, and went on to make 14 shots from the field as Valley Heights put in a dominant performance. .

  • KSU equestrian beats South Dakota State

    BROOKINGS, S.D. — With the score notched at nine apiece, Henley Adkins came up big for the fifth-rankedKansas State equestrian team Saturday, as the freshman scored the winning point to give the Wildcats a 10-9 victory over South Dakota State. .







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