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  • Local |Government, Politics | November 05, 2012

    Reader vs. Hawk, tax are top local draws


    Will the 22nd District join an expected statewide conservative Senate tide? Can Democratic House member Sydney Carlin hold on to her seat against a second consecutive challenge from Republican Lee Modesitt? With two incumbents retiring, change is clearly coming to the Riley County Commission. But

  • Neighbors | November 05, 2012

    Meal time is her time


    Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and who better to cook dinner than a professional cook? Anita Taylor has been cooking for area residents for more than 25 years. “I enjoy cooking,” Taylor said. “It’s something that has always come easy to me.” Taylor has

  • Football | November 05, 2012

    Freeman, Bucs outduel Raiders

    Former Kansas State quarterback Josh Freeman threw for two touchdowns and kept the offensive moving as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Oakland Raiders in a shootout, 42-32. Freeman was 18-of-30 for 247 yards and two touchdowns as Tampa Bay scored four rushing touchdowns to earn

  • Football | November 05, 2012

    Klein could have suffered a concussion

    Collin Klein’s status for this Saturday’s game at TCU is still unknown. The Kansas State quarterback left this weekend’s game midway through the third quarter after scoring on a 1-yard touchdown run. He did not return. Instead, the Heisman frontrunner watched the

  • Football | November 05, 2012

    Cats stay at No. 2 in BCS

    A week ago, despite being ranked No. 2 in the BCS standings, it might have seemed a little doom and gloom for Kansas State’s chances at remaining in one of the top two spots needed to play for the national championship, even if the Wildcats

  • Men's Basketball | November 05, 2012

    Johnson leads Cats to 81-51 victory

    In the past month, Kansas State men’s basketball coach Bruce Weber struggled with the decision of whether or not to use a redshirt on freshman forward DJ Johnson. After Sunday’s exhibition game against Emporia State, Weber said the decision he made was the

  • Area Schools | November 05, 2012

    Eisenhower Middle School beats Junction City

    The Eisenhower Middle School eighth grade girls’ basketball team defeated Junction City on Thursday, 30-25. LaNajia Sanders led the way with 12 points and 17 rebounds, while Kennedy Wilson had two points and 16 rebounds. The B team lost 34-12. The Eagles will play Fort Riley Middle School

  • Area Schools | November 05, 2012

    MCC men drop game at home

    The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team dropped a home game on Saturday to Kansas Wesleyan University, 91-85.  MCC came out on fire in the opening minutes of the game, scoring the game’s first 11 points. MCC was able to maintain the lead,

  • Area Schools | November 05, 2012

    Little Apple Grapple at Manhattan Middle School

    The Manhattan Middle School’s hosted the Little Apple Grapple on Saturday, featuring 456 wrestlers in 656 matches over 65 brackets in eight hours in two gyms. The Anthony Middle School team placed 27 wrestlers, including six first place, eight second place, eight third place and five fourth-place finishers.

  • Area Schools | November 05, 2012

    MCC women win 75-49

    The Manhattan Christian College women’s basketball team beat Union College 75-49 on Thursday. MCC led 36-20 at halftime and extended that lead in the second half. Manhattan’s up Freshman Becca Hawthorne had 16 points on 4-of-8 shooting from 3-point range. Lindsey Anderson and Leah

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