• MHS wrestling looks to capture state title

    Manhattan wrestling won the Centennial League last year. The Indians took the regional title. But they couldn’t capture one last win — a state championship. The Indians’ last title came in 2012, and Garden City has stood in the way of .

  • Seaton: Hartman, Snyder have similarities

    When Bill Snyder won his 200th game this past weekend, my mind drifted back to the 1970s, when K-State football was a total disaster, and K-State basketball was the biggest thing in town. Bill Snyder managed to change all that, .

  • Wildcats look to rebound after loss to Maryland

    It played out like it had so many times last season. The Kansas State men’s basketball team charged back from behind against Maryland on Saturday, taking the lead in the final minutes before falling flat in the last 30 seconds .

  • Autism expert stresses hands-on learning

    Thomas Edison, Jane Goodall, Albert Einstien, Steve Jobs and Elon Musk are all people who were kind of different — and possibly on the autism spectrum — but they found ways to be successful because they received hands-on learning and exposure to .

  • Suit: KSU’s inaction led to 2nd sex assault

    WICHITA — A female student contends in a court filing Monday that Kansas State University’s failure to investigate the rape of another woman allowed the same alleged assailant to sexually assault her. The accusations were levied in court documents seeking .

  • USD 383: Board set to hear mascot arguments

    The Manhattan-Ogden school board will hold a public forum to weigh changing Manhattan High School’s Indian mascot. The forum is 6 p.m. Wednesday at Rezac Auditorium. The board will consider the issue during its Dec. 7 meeting. Some advocates have .

  • They get paid for this folly?

    Members of the Riley County Commission are embarrassing themselves with this dust-up over the pay of a commissioner-elect. That individual is Marvin Rodriguez, who defeated Commissioner Bob Boyd in the Republican Primary in District 2 and ran unopposed in the General .

  • Glasscock: Manhattan, area need to think globally

    Manhattan needs to start thinking globaly, said Kent Glasscock, president and CEO of K-State Institute for Commercialization. Glasscock spoke Monday during an intergovernmental luncheon with area officials. He said K-State’s early history as a land-grant institution focused on building .

  • County adopts potentially costly stormwater plan

    The Pottawatomie County Commission Monday adopted a state-mandated stormwater management plan despite concerns the plan could lead to future multi-million dollar infrastructure projects. The Stormwater Management Plan (SMP) is required by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment for the .

  • RICHARD D. ROGERS

    Richard D. Rogers, 94, of Topeka and formerly of Wamego and Manhattan died F r i d a y, Nov. 25, 2016. The family provided some of the foll owing information: Richard was born Dec. 29, 1921, at Oberlin and moved with his family to .

  • MARY GENE STROUP-DODSON

    Mary Gene Stroup-Dodson, 86, died Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016, at the Stormont- Vail Hospital in Topeka. The family provided some of the following information: Mary was born on July 13, 1930, in Okarche, Oklahoma and adopted by Stephan Murray and Lula Pearl (Hutspeth) Huntley. She .

  • MERRIL ‘BUD’ FRANK BESTWICK

    Merril “Bud” Frank Bestwick, 95, of Manhattan died F r i d a y, Nov. 25, 2016 at Colmery-O’Neil VA Medical Center in Topeka. The family provided some of the following information: Bud was born in Sabetha on May 24, 1921 to Richard Frank .





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