• Keeping terrorists on the defensive

    Perhaps with Americans’ attention focused on President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address and the Super Bowl, it’s easy to overlook another military strike against our country’s sworn enemies. But there was one on Sunday in .

  • Kudos all around for library musicians Ben.nyberg

    This past Friday evening the elegant Hemisphere Room of the Kansas State University library hosted a presentation of highly diverse chamber music by The Flint Hills Trio of Kansas (Janie Brokenicky, soprano; David Littrell, cello; Amanda Arrington, piano) with additional .

  • Green Day’s ‘American Idiot’ ‘quietly’ wins over audience Christopher.conner

    Green Day’s concept album “American Idiot” hit the shelves in 2004. A decade later, the musical adaptation reached Manhattan when “American Idiot” was performed at McCain recently. The musical begins with the cast watching a montage of television clips on .

  • Commissioners to meet as health board

    The Riley County Commission will hold its first official meeting as the Riley County Board of Health on Feb. 24. The commission, in accordance with Kansas statute, already serves as the county board of health, but the upcoming public meeting will .

  • Valley Heights girls win TVL tourney

    Playing against host-school and undefeated Washington County on Saturday night, the second-seeded Valley Heights girls’ basketball team upset Tigers, 31-28, to win the Twin Valley League tournament. In a tight back-and-forth game, Valley Heights (11-1, 5-1 Twin Valley) went to .

  • Doniphan West 39, Frankfort 34

    In Frankfort’s final consolation game at the Twin Valley League tournament in Washington, the Wildcats took a two-point lead after the first quarter, but were outscored in each of the following three quarters to fall to Doniphan West. Ashley .

  • Valley Heights 53, Linn 40

    In the third-place game of the Twin Valley League tournament, Valley Heights (10-2, 5-1 Twin Valley) took an 11-point lead to halftime and led by 17 heading into the fourth quarter in a game that was never particularly close. Gage Woodyard .

  • Hundreds volunteer in search for woman

    About 475 people volunteered to help search for a missing St. George woman on Saturday, according to a count by the Riley County Fire Department. Laurie Harrison, emergency management coordinator for the fire department, said the volunteers focused search efforts for .

  • Frankfort 54, Doniphan West 49

    In Frankfort’s final consolation game at the Twin Valley League tournament, the Wildcats overcame a nine-point halftime deficit with a strong second half, outscoring Doniphan West by 10 in the third quarter and by four in the fourth to complete .

  • Grad student wants to use degree to help addicts Soloski3.phatch

    Kristy Soloski is a Ph.D. student at Kansas State University in human ecology. She decided to focus her degree on drug abuse because of some family members. “Substance abuse is something that is near and dear to my heart,” .

  • Stampede announces complete 2014 lineup

    Country Stampede has added five acts to complete the 2014 lineup. Randy Houser, Lee Brice, Easton Corbin, Will Hoge and The Railers will perform at the four-day music festival June 26-29 in Manhattan. Those performers join previously announced musicians Luke Bryan, .

  • City to discuss changes to sign regulations

    City commissioners during Tuesday’s work session plan to discuss changing regulations to include digital signs in Manhattan. The meeting is scheduled for 5 p.m. in the City Commission Room at City Hall, 1101 Poyntz Ave. Commissioners directed city officials to .





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