• JANICE EDDY

    Janice Eddy, 46, of Plattsmouth, Neb., died Wednesday. The family provided some of the following information. She was born January 24, 1967. She was united in marriage to Donald N. “Chip” Eddy on March 17, 1990, in Middleburg, Fla. She was preceded in death by .

  • Indians prep for rivalry matchup

    After dropping a winnable game at Hayden on Tuesday night, Manhattan High boys’ basketball coach Tim Brooks delivered a warning to his players. He said they’d sit down and have a heart-to-heart talk about the way the team played .

  • Country Club introduces new golf pro Golfpro.phatch

    New Manhattan Country Club head golf professional Blake Graham loves the challenges the sport presents. “It’s (a sport) you can never perfect,” Graham said. “I’ve played a lot of good rounds over the years. But to be perfect .

  • MLK Day events headline weekend

    On Wednesday, Martin Luther King Jr. would have been 85 years old. This year, the community will honor the life and legacy of King with several community events. On Saturday, the Manhattan Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Committee will host a .

  • Williams brings Cats a spark

    If Nino Williams stepped up to the free-throw line late in a game last season, Kansas State fans might have joined in a collective cringe. But just one season later, Williams is a guy that K-State head coach Bruce Weber .

  • K-State women host ISU looking for second straight win

    There really isn’t anything Hallie Christofferson can’t do for Iowa State. The 6-foot-3 senior forward plays on the outside, hits 3-pointers, posts up on the inside, rebounds, blocks shots and run the floor like a guard. At 21 points .

  • Tours of football stadium beginning Jan. 28

    Following its debut season, the new West Stadium Center at Bill Snyder Family Stadium will be available for public tours beginning Jan. 28, K-State athletics officials announced Thursday. Fans will be able to visit the new 215,000 square-foot facility three days a .

  • Rock Creek wrestling defeats Manhattan JV

    The Rock Creek Mustangs used their advantage in the upper weights to beat the Manhattan JV team, 43-28, in a dual this week. Manhattan got all its points from the five lightest weights, with three pins (106 – Alex Martinez, 113 – Sean Vanetta, 120 – .

  • Wildcat Invitational to feature Kynard, Julmis

    Fresh off a strong performance in Lawrence, K-State track and field returns home for the Wildcat Invitational in Ahearn Field House this Saturday. Competing against the Wildcats will be Big 12 rivals Oklahoma State for the second time this season as .

  • K-State baseball presents fall camp awards at banquet

    The K-State baseball team held its preseason banquet on Thursday in the West Stadium Center at Bill Snyder Family Stadium and handed out several awards for outstanding performances during fall camp. Award winners included Levi MaVorhis (Wildcat Ironman, Pitcher), Clayton .

  • Indians win home meet Hayden 100butterfly.phatch

    After weeks of tough practices without any external competition, the Manhattan High boys’ swimming and diving team got back into the swing of things Wednesday afternoon at the KSU Natatorium. With nearly 70 points separating the Indians from second-place Olathe South .

  • Schulz: NBAF will require 31 more acres of land Regents1.phatch

    TOPEKA — The National Bio and Agro Defense Facility (NBAF) is looking more and more like a reality this week, and that was reflected in the way Kansas State University officials treated the topic while meeting with the Kansas Board of .





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