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  • Brand, Sassin named AVCA All-Midwest Region

    Senior Katie Brand became the first player in Kansas State volleyball history to be a three-time First Team All-Midwest Region selection by the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA), as the organization announced its yearly award winners Tuesday. Senior outside hitter .

  • Nordberg powers Wamego boys basketball past Riley County

    To say Wamego had a size advantage Tuesday night against Riley County would be a grave understatement. The Red Raiders did, but their sheer size and length all across the roster stretched the Falcons out and buried them around the .

  • Riley County girls basketball completes comeback against Wamego

    The second Gwendolyn Schwein’s 15-footer hit the bottom of the net Tuesday night, it seemed over to the roaring Wamego gym, to Wamego head coach Kevin Kinderknecht, to the Wamego guard herself. Only 20 seconds remained, and Schwein just put .

  • Wildcats hit 11 3s to win, 74-55

    The first 17 minutes on Tuesday things were as stale as they get between Kansas State and Prairie View A&M. The Wildcats found their flow from the perimeter late in the first half, and didn’t let up in .

  • Cats hit 11 3-pointers, win 74-55

    For the first 17 minutes on Tuesday things were as stale as they get between Kansas State and Prairie View A&M. The Wildcats found their flow from the perimeter late in the first half, and didn’t let up .

  • Mascot first agenda item

    The Manhattan-Ogden school board will consider removing or keeping the Manhattan High School Indian mascot during its meeting on Wednesday. The board meets at 6:30 p.m. at Robinson Education Center, 2031 Poyntz Ave. The mascot is the first item of business .

  • What exactly is a ‘shining’ at Manhattan High? Shining

    Q: One of the speakers during the public forum about the MHS Indian mascot said that he was “ shined” over the Indian in the floor . Question is two parts: 1. W as there an Indian in the floor? 2. What is a .

  • Phillips wins GOP leadership position

    A Manhattan lawmaker will help lead the Kansas House of Representatives. The Kansas House GOP caucus elected Rep. Tom Phillips, R-Manhattan, to the assistant majority leader position on Monday. Phillips will serve in the position for the next two sessions. .

  • Monday fire causes $75,000 in damage to Manhattan home Firemhk

    A house fire Monday afternoon caused a total of $75,000 in damage, according to a report from the Manhattan Fire Department. Officials responded to a report of fire at 422 Vattier St. at 2:45 p.m. Smoke and flames were showing from the .

  • Weather could delay reopening of Excel Road

    After approximately seven months of construction, Excel Road east of Manhattan will reopen to traffic on Wednesday. Maybe. Mother Nature could have a say in the matter, Peter Clark, public works director, told Pottawatomie County commissioners Monday. The forecast of .

  • CARMEN B. HAUSER

    Carmen B. Hauser, 97, formerly of Manhattan, died Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016. The family provided some of the following information: Mrs. Hauser was born in Los Lunas, New Mexico, and was a resident of Winchester, Virginia. She is survived by her daughter, Vicky .

  • GRACE A. DAVIES

    Grace A. Davies, 93, died Sept. 16, 2016, at her residence in Manhattan. She was born on March 14, 1923, in Spokane, Washington. She was the daughter of Joseph S. and Ruth S. (Robinson) Littlefield. Survivors include her husband Ralph; 2 sons: John M. “Jack” Dailey .





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