• Graphic novel ‘Wires and Nerve’ is pure fun

    Hannah Ens Contributing writer Typically, when an author wants to continue a storyline, they’ll just write another book. Marissa Meyer took a slightly different approach when she decided to expand upon her bestselling Lunar Chronicles, abandoning traditional books for .

  • ‘Spamalot,’ ‘Shakespeare Now,’ Earth Day and more

    MONDAY Toddler Wiggleworms, 9:30 p.m. For more storytimes and events, visit mhklibrary.org. Manhattan Public Library. CanTEEN, 4 p.m. Featuring video games, crafts and snacks. Manhattan Public Library. MAC Community Studios: Drawing Club, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Mondays. An open studios .

  • State title team connected with MHS athletics history

    Nearly 30 years ago, Greg Wilson was the fullback on a state championship-winning Manhattan High football team. This winter, his two daughters, Kia and Kennedy, started for the Indians’ girls’ basketball team. They ended the year the way he did: with .

  • A look back at the season: Manhattan girls reach goal of title

    Before the season, the Manhattan girls basketball team set a goal: win a state title. The Indians reached that goal on March 11, bringing home the first girls basketball title in school history with a 44-42 win over Derby (20-5). It .

  • The win: MHS girls hold on to capture first-ever state title

    WICHITA — Ask around on the Manhattan girls basketball team, and you’ll probably hear that there wasn’t any doubt. Not when the Indians’ substantial lead dwindled throughout the fourth quarter and shrank to nothing with just seconds left on .

  • MHS’ Mall, Carr earn Flint Hills coach, player of the year

    When Chrissy Carr moved from Minnetonka, Minnesota, over the summer, she figured she would have somewhat of an impact on the already-deep Manhattan girls basketball team. Maybe average nine or 10 points per game and fill out the stat sheet in .

  • Who’s that? A look at potential defensive starters for K-State

    Some of the players looking to make an impact on this year’s defense have been fixtures on Sean Snyder’s special teams unit. Some of the other Wildcats looking to make an impact on the field aren’t as .

  • Texas Tech beats Wildcats to win series

    A good start wasn’t enough to help Kansas State steal a series on Saturday. Despite an early four-run lead, the Wildcats allowed No. 6 Texas Tech to score 10 unanswered runs in a 12-8 loss at Tointon Family Stadium. The Red .

  • MHS soccer drawing positives despite 2-0 loss to Blue Valley

    Despite losing 2-0 to Blue Valley on Saturday, Manhattan defenders Molly Smith and Karmen Martinie thought their team had just played one of its best games of the season. “I think we were very cohesive this game, and we can .

  • MHS baseball splits Washburn Rural doubleheader

    Manhattan head baseball coach Don Hess was happy with how his team came back from a tough loss on Friday. Washburn Rural’s Payton Smith hit a two-out walk-off double to give the Junior Blues the 2-1 win in Game 1. .

  • MHS softball swept by Washburn Rural

    Manhattan softball experienced a little déjà vu on Friday. Washburn Rural beat the Indians, 9-1, in each game of the doubleheader. Madisyn Shaneyfelt scored both runs for the Indians. Head coach Monty Enright felt Game 2 starting pitcher Chelsey Henry .

  • Boy injured in car wreck returns to school Rehab

    A Manhattan teenager who suffered a traumatic brain injury in a November car wreck recently returned to school. Devin Busick, originally a Eisenhower Middle School student, was severely injured in a car accident on his way to school Nov. 18. Busick, .


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