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  • Lockett, Mueller lead Cats’ All-Big 12 picks

    Paced by Special Teams Player of the Year Tyler Lockett and Defensive Lineman of the Year Ryan Mueller, Kansas State landed 13 players on the coaches’ All-Big 12 teams, the conference office announced Wednesday. (Kansas State’s Ryan Mueller tackles Kansas running .

  • Anthony girls beat Eisenhower

    The Eisehower and Anthony Middle School eighth grade girls’ teams faced off on Tuesday, with Anthony winning the A team game 32-31. Josie Hilgers, who had six points and seven rebounds for Anthony, made two free throws with no time .

  • Hoop Holler ‘N Shoot semifinalists picked

    The semifinalists for the Hoop Holler ‘N Shoot compeition have been announced after they won compeititons at their schools. Boys included Brett Wilcoxson (Amanda Arnold), Toby Douglas (Bergman), Clayson Joyce (Bluemont), Benjamin Grubbs (Flint Hills Christian), Yukien Andrada (Lee), Tucker .

  • City wants to know more on ‘fieldhouse’ plan

    City commissioners began working through the process of studying a $54 million proposal to upgrade Manhattan’s park and recreation facilities Tuesday evening. A work session provided the opportunity for the local group leading the effort — the so-called “Fieldhouse Group” — to .

  • Hotel shooter not yet identified

    The name of the gunman in Tuesday morning’s shooting at Quality Inn and Suites in Manhattan has yet to be released by area law enforcement. RCPD director Brad Schoen held a press conference Tuesday afternoon to talk about the .

  • K-Stater will study in West Africa

    A Kansas State University student will study in West Africa with the help of a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship. Micah D. Wilcher, senior in history, Salina, is one of more than 700 students selected to study abroad in the spring 2014 .

  • NBAF’s status in budget uncertain

    The federal budget deal reached by congressional leaders does not make clear the status of funding for the National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, congressional sources told The Mercury Wednesday. Both houses of Congress put $404 million in their budget plans .

  • Program teaches students to draw conclusions, back them up

    A girl reached as high as she could to raise her hand, wiggling her fingers for extra emphasis. The Bluemont Elementary student wanted a chance to share her observations during her class’s Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) time. VTS, an .

  • Valley Heights girls stomp St. Xavier

    At Blue Rapids, the Mustangs (2-0) dominated Junction City’s St. Xavier, leading 29-2 after one quarter and 45-7 at halftime. Brandi Roepke led with a game-high 28 points, with Sidney Blackburn right behind with 25. St. Xavier’s Kim Keating led .

  • Wabaunsee considers its part in bridge project Belvuebridge-2.phatch

    The Belvue Bridge has been a topic of discussion for the Pottawatomie County Commission for some time, and now Wabaunsee County officials are joining in. Wabaunsee County Commission chairman Ervan Stuewe said the commission has committed to funding part of .

  • Abilene 47, Rock Creek 30

    At Flush, the Mustangs struggled against the Cowgirls to move to 0-2 on the season, while Abilene remained undefeated at 2-0. Rock Creek travels to Council Grove on Friday..

  • KSU gets $8.5M grant to study strategies for reducing post-harvest loss abroad

    Kansas State University is receiving an initial five-year, $8.5 million award from the U.S. Agency for International Development, or USAID, to establish the federal government’s new Feed the Future Innovation Lab for the Reduction of Post-Harvest Loss. It is .






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