• Frankfort teams open TVL tourney with losses

    In Washington, After taking an 11-point halftime lead in the opening round of the Twin Valley League boys’ tournament on Saturday, No. 4-seeded Baileyville B&B and No. 13-seeded Frankfort both slowed down the scoring in the second half, .

  • Centralia 51, BV-Randolph 33

    After a quick start by Blue Valley that brought a 12-6 lead after the first quarter, No. 3-seeded Centralia quickly established itself in the second quarter, outscoring the Rams 17-4 to take a 23-16 lead to halftime. The Panthers cruised .

  • Offense improving as Thomas learns ropes

    Jevon Thomas wants to score, but Kansas State coach Bruce Weber was just as happy with what he saw out of his freshman point guard on Saturday. (Kansas State freshman point guard Jevon Thomas defends West Virginia’s Juwan Staten .

  • 4-star DT picks K-State over Huskers

    Kansas State’s 2014 football recruiting class got 315 pounds heavier on Sunday after picking up a big-time commitment from Dodge City Community College four-star defensive tackle Terrell Clinkscales. Ranked 15th nationally among junior college prospects, Clinkscales switched his commitment from former .

  • Riley County Attorney’s Office Calendar

    Monday, January 20, 2014 OFFICE CLOSED – MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY Tuesday, January 21, 2014 9:00   Max, Brandie   BENCH TRIAL (13 CR 520 Checks)  BRW   II 9:00   Valdez-Pacheco, Marcos   BENCH TRIAL (13 TR 2607 DUI [2nd], No Valid Dl, Speeding 89/75)  JWG   II 9:00 – BCF 9:00 &.

  • Local kids take trip down yellow brick road Oz-3.phatch

    Some local children experienced their first doses of acting at the Manhattan Arts Center this week. About 60 children acted in a production of “The Wizard of Oz” on Saturday after a week of play practice. The musical production was put .

  • Talking trust at retreat

    OVERLAND PARK — Is all-out regionalism the best way to develop the Flint Hills into a business powerhouse? Can old grudges among major players in Manhattan, Fort Riley and Wamego be forgotten in the interest of the common good? There were .

  • Regents announce social media policy reps

    The Kansas Board of Regents has announced the representatives who will participate in the group commissioned to review the board’s recently adopted policy about faculty use of social media. Julia Keen, Faculty Senate president, and Jeff Morris, communications and .

  • City marks founder’s 200th birthday Goodnow.phatch

    Several Manhattan residents turned out for a 200th birthday party Friday, honoring one of the city’s founders. The celebration, which took place at the Riley County Historical Museum, marked the anniversary of the late Isaac Goodnow’s birth. Attendees .

  • Wabaunsee woman sentenced to 60 days

    TOPEKA - A Wabaunsee County woman was sentenced Friday to 60 days in federal prison for embezzling from the Bio-Security Research Institute at Kansas State University. The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Kansas reported that Linda Kay Miller, 51, of Alma .

  • Missing Wamego woman found

    A Wamego woman missing since last Sunday has been found, police said. Angela Hudgins, 46, left her home on Sunday and was supposed to return two days later but did not. Her family members attempted to contact her, then turned to .

  • Exhibit highlights late architect’s watercolors, support for arts center Mac gene ernst.phatch

    On a trip to Scotland, Gene Ernst took every opportunity to paint the scenery. “For him, it was a painting trip,” said Margaret Buie, a friend who was on the trip with him. “If there was down time, he’d .


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