• Principals report to board

    Principals from all district schools offered wide-ranging reports to the USD 383 school board Wednesday — discussing their schools’ progress and their needs during a special meeting devoted entirely to site council reports. The last time the district’s various principals delivered .

  • WILLIS ‘BUD’ BECKLEY

    Willis Boyd “Bud” Beckley, 74, of Manhattan, died Thursday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. He was born Jan. 7, 1940. Complete obituary and service information will be announced later by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home..

  • An evening conversation: Home, sweet home Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    Yes, we’re a day late here — but Kansas has been around 153 years, so waiting 24 hours for my birthday wishes won’t exactly rock the state. Besides, this one comes straight from the heart. I grew up in northern California, .

  • Low temps, high prices mean crisis for propane users Propane-2.phatch

    Propane users are enduring a crisis, with skyrocketing prices combined with unusually cold weather. It can be a deadly combination. The cost of propane has more than doubled in recent weeks, with prices shooting so high that Gov. Sam Brownback .

  • New animated feature ‘Nut Job’ for kids only

    From five feet deep in a month known as the place to bury bad movies comes the animated feature “The Nut Job.” Will Arnett provides the voice for Surly, a selfish squirrel outcast who prefers to work only with his .

  • RCPD: Most car thefts involved unlocked doors

    A new Riley County Police Department statistic revealed that 93.3 percent of vehicle burglaries during the last three years involved unlocked automobiles. Officer Matthew Droge of the RCPD said that out of 753 vehicle burglaries from 2011-2013, only 50 were break-ins. “As a .

  • Tony winner Bernadette Peters to perform Bernadette-peters a8.phatch

    Throughout her career, Tony Award-winning actress Bernadette Peters has dazzled audiences and critics with her performances on stage and television, in concert and in her celebrated recordings.   Feel free to be dazzled live on Friday as Peters brings her signature .

  • Cats get first win vs. OU in 10 years

    Ten years. Kansas State head coach Deb Patterson knew exactly how long it had been since she beat Oklahoma — 13 straight losses to the Sooners that went back 10 years when the majority of the current Wildcats were in elementary school. (Kansas .

  • K-State baseball ranked No. 21 by USA Today

    Two days after earning its highest ever preseason ranking in two different national polls, the Kansas State baseball team checked in at No. 21 on Wednesday in the USA Today preseason coaches’ poll, establishing a new program-best. The Wildcats are one .

  • KSU football recruit arrested

    One of Kansas State’s top football recruits, D’Vonta Derricott, was arrested in Garden City on allegations of drug possession, among other misdemeanors, less than two weeks before National Signing Day. The Garden City Community College linebacker is one .

  • K-State track and field faces tough field in Ames

    The Kansas State track and field team will hit the road this week for the Bill Bergan Invitational in Ames, Iowa — the first multi-day meet for the Wildcats this indoor season. Coming off a performance last weekend that saw 17 first-place .

  • MCC’s Condra gets win No. 400

    The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team won its sixth consecutive road game by defeating Union College 95-69 earlier this week.  With the victory, head coach Shawn Condra earned his 400th career victory in his 20th season at .







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