• Master Gardeners booth at Home Show to provide information about pests

    The Flint Hills Home Show put on by the Flint Hills Area Builders Association is the weekend of March 4 and 5. Riley County, K-State Research and Extension office and Master Gardeners will have an informational booth at the show. Stop-by and .

  • KSU project offers college experience to adults with developmental disabilities Ksuspecial1

    Natasha Leininger is happy to be a Wildcat. “I love the Wildcats,” she said. “I love (being on) campus. I feel like an actual wildcat. I love K-State.” Leininger, 31, is one of the several students in K-State’s Project EXCELL, .

  • Top Republican says special prosecutor should investigate Russian meddling

    The Washington Post A senior Republican lawmaker on Friday agreed that a special prosecutor should investigate Russia’s alleged interference with the 2016 presidential election. Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., became one of the few Republican representatives to publicly state the need .


    Keating and Associates names new president The Board of Directors of Keating and Associates, Inc., of Manhattan elected Ryan Mann as its new president. This change went into effect Jan. 1. Mann has been with Keating & Associates for 17 years, beginning .

  • Kansas community tries to heal from shooting; bar to reopen

    Associated Press OLATHE — In the middle of a crowded bar, Adam Purinton yelled at two Indian men to “get out of my country,” witnesses said, then opened fire in an attack that killed one of the men and wounded the .

  • Kansas Legislature’s lurch to center cuts governor’s clout

    Associated Press TOPEKA — Kansas has seen its once-conservative Legislature lurch closer to the center with the flowering of a bipartisan coalition bent on erasing much of Republican Gov. Sam Brownback’s tax-cutting legacy and ready to bedevil other GOP leaders. .

  • Newspaper serves the community by chronicling history

    “Terrorists attack U.S.” “Nixon to resign.” “Hope speeds search for Amelia Earhart.” “Fiery explosion claims shuttle crew.” “Eisenhower dies.” “Steamer Lusitania torpedoed.” These are actual headlines about pivotal moments of crisis in American history, as they appeared in the .

  • MHS bowling takes 4th, 8th at regional

    Two Manhattan High girls bowlers’ seasons will continue. Alex Newell and Zoe Johnson qualified for the state bowling tournament after finishing fourth and ninth overall at the regional tournament on Friday. Newell bowled a 611 after a strong third game where .

  • MHS wrestling wins state title

    At last year’s 6A state wrestling tournament, Manhattan set a goal: win the title. The Indians reached their goal on Saturday, taking their first state crown since 2012 with a team score of 170. “No matter what we did from that .

  • Wildcats smacked by last-place Oklahoma

    NORMAN, Okla. — Kansas State can all but kiss its NCAA tournament hopes goodbye. The Wildcats (17-12, 6-10 Big 12) fell apart on the road on Saturday against the last-place team in the Big 12 Conference, losing at Oklahoma (10-18, 4-12 Big 12), 81-51. .

  • MHS girls cap off undefeated league slate with win over Shawnee Heights

    Manhattan girls basketball reached one of its preseason goals Friday night. Manhattan (19-1, 13-0 Centennial League) beat Shawnee Heights (8-12, 4-10 Centennial League), 65-30, capping off league play undefeated and winning the Centennial League. “It was a great job by .

  • MHS boys capture third straight Centennial League title with win over Shawnee Heights

    The schedule couldn’t have worked out better. The two teams atop the Centennial League, Manhattan and Shawnee Heights, faced off on Friday in a winner-take-all matchup. It was the Indians (16-4, 11-2 Centennial League) who captured the title — their .


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