• GENEVIEVE L. MATTHEWS

    Genevieve L. Matthews, 87, of Manhattan, died Wednesday at the Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community in Manhattan. She was born on Feb. 23, 1926, in Great Bend. She was the daughter of Fred and Ruby (Parker) McClure. Complete obituary information and service times are .

  • Clinic named for WWII hero

    The Senate on Tuesday voted to name a Junction City clinic after a decorated World War II veteran and longtime resident. In a bill sponsored by U.S. senators Jerry Moran and Pat Roberts, the Senate decided to name the .

  • Irwin Army Hospital to cease walk-in service

    FORT RILEY — Beginning this spring, the TRICARE Service Center at Irwin Army Community Hospital will no longer offer walk-in customer service. The change is due mostly to many patients turning to online resources for questions, and it will take effect .

  • Wamego teacher finalist for award

    A Wamego teacher was named a finalist for a national math and science award. Cathy Wilbur, math and science teacher at West Elementary, is one of two teachers from Kansas recognized as a finalist for the Presidential Award for Excellence .

  • ‘American Idiot’ on stage here

    The Broadway and international smash “Green Day’s American Idiot,” based on Green Day’s Grammy Award-winning album, will come to Kansas State University’s McCain Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 22. “American Idiot” tells the story of three lifelong .

  • K-State women beat Texas Tech for first Big 12 win Romero leti 10.phatch

    LUBBOCK, Texas — Leti Romero scored 21 points and Ashia Woods added 14 points to lead the Kansas State women’s basketball team past Texas Tech, 72-65, on Tuesday night at United Spirit Arena. The win snapped a four-game losing streak and 10-game .

  • Cats stifle Clark, OU in 72-66 win

    Down by six with less than 6 minutes to play, Kansas State could have crumbled. Instead, the Wildcats thrived, finishing the game on a 16-4 scoring run to beat No. 25 Oklahoma, 72-66 on Tuesday in Bramlage Coliseum. (Kansas State freshman Wesley .

  • Iwundu big in right spots for Wildcats

    When Oklahoma took a six-point lead with less than six minutes to play on Tuesday, it felt like Kansas State was slowly dying. The Wildcats had scored just one field goal in that last 11 minutes of the game and the .

  • LAMOYNE A. RIFFEL

    LaMoyne A. Riffel, 92, of Manhattan, died Monday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House. The family provided some of the following information. She was born June 4, 1921, in White City. She was the daughter of William G. Frohn and Julia A. Kniebel. .

  • Hayden beats MHS boys, 54-46

    TOPEKA—The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team lost on the road, 54-46, Tuesday night to the Hayden Wildcats. After trailing most of the first half, the Indians rallied in the third quarter, tying the score and even taking a one-point .

  • Wildcats upset No. 25 OU, 72-66

    Leaning on an outstanding night from the perimeter, the Kansas State men’s basketball team upset No. 25 Oklahoma, 72-66, on Tuesday in Bramlage Coliseum. The Wildcats (13-4, 3-1 Big 12) made 11 of 21 shots from 3-point range, led by Marcus Foster who .

  • MHS girls hand Hayden first loss

    TOPEKA—The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team handed the Hayden Wildcats their first loss of the season Tuesday night, winning a nailbiter 51-49 on the road. Manhattan’s Savannah Roberts hit the winning free throws after being fouled under the .







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