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  • Bre Lewis looks to the rafters for her senior year Bre lewis.mercury

    Breanna Lewis knows she’s a good player. She may not have known it last season, or the season before, but she knows it now.     It’s not arrogance or braggadocio. The K-State 6-foot-5 center and Milwaukee native, .


    Christa Abdel-Shaheed, 79, died Wednesday, August 3, 2016.  She was a resident of Stoneybrook Retirement Community in Manhattan, Kansas. The family provided some of the following information. Christa was born in the Black Forest town of Sankt Blasien, Germany, on August 16, 1936, where .

  • Batcats rely on new faces for 2016 season

    K-State fans making the trip to Tointon Family Stadium next spring might want to bring a roster because a lot of new faces will be hitting the diamond in 2017. K-State graduated eight seniors from the 2016 roster, leaving fairly large holes .

  • Women’s golf chips away with veterans

    Teams are always pleased when the core of their players return. Such is the case with the K-State women’s golf team, who returns all five of their top scorers. Last season saw marked improvement for the Wildcats. K-State faltered .

  • Youth leads team in coach’s 3rd year

    Positives abound as K-State men’s golf coach Grant Robbins as he glances back to last season. The Wildcats may have missed the NCAA tournament but a sixth-place Big 12 finish and the emergence of young talent has Robbins looking forward .

  • Official: Visitors causing damage to Konza’s trails Konza1.mercury

    The Konza Prairie, just outside of Manhattan, is part of a large swath of tallgrass prairie that runs through parts of Oklahoma, Nebraska and Kansas. Trails are open to the public, but recently Konza officials warned that they might close .

  • Questions to ask yourself when considering pet adoption

    When I fall in love, I fall hard. It was midway through my sophomore year of college. Despite sharing my tiny apartment with three other roommates, things were a bit lonely with classes, jobs and sorority functions keeping everyone busy. .

  • Escape room offers thrills and thinks — even for those who lose

    Determination, persistence and mental agility are all put to the test at Locked Manhattan, an escape room challenge located in downtown.     The Manhattan Mercury interns — Tim, Gabby and I — tried “Witching Hour,” a room designed for groups of four to .

  • A guide to Manhattan’s trivia nights

    Eighties Movies, Presidents, Marine Animals and World Capitals. The categories that your average trivia participant runs into are as diverse as the trivia shows around Manhattan. The Little Apple has four trivia experiences, each on different days of the week. .

  • Get out of town with three itineraries for easy day trips from Manhattan Hays house.mercury

    Go west and explore the cultural treasures of Abilene and Salina along I-70 1.If you like Ike, visit the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum in his hometown of Abilene. With more than 25,000 square feet of exhibit space and five major .

  • MMA, training program kept K-State student in Kansas

    Fort Riley may have brought Willie Thomas to Manhattan, but mixed martial arts made him want to stay. “I love being in Manhattan; I never thought I would say that,” said Thomas, a former Fort Riley soldier. “When I found .

  • Wakefield’s path rerouted by creation of Milford reservoir

    When driving down Third Street in Wakefield, keep your eyes on the road to avoid ending up in the lake. Approaching the water, you’ll pass a park on your left and a baseball diamond and campground on your right — .


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