Hunter Sparks took the lead at the Colbert Charity Classic on Thursday, leading the field by one stroke. Sparks shot 3-under par to pull to 7-under for the tournament, pulling a stroke ahead of Joshua Creel and three ahead of Gary Brame Jr., who were
To the Editor: It’s hard to believe that, I, Jana Eder from Austria, will be leaving this country after spending 11 months as an AFS exchange student in a special place called Wamego! So many people have made this year wonderful, and I want to
To the Editor: Paul Ryan stated in an interview that he could not avoid endorsing Donald Trump because, as the House leader, it is his job to lead the institution, not to support a chasm. But, his job is to lead the government, not the
Lois J. Gritton, 86, Manhattan, died Thursday, June 23, 2016, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. She was born June 24, 1929, in Dodge City. Complete obituary and service information will be announced later by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home in Manhattan.
Sean A. Neel, 39, died Wednesday, June 22, 2016, at the Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. He was born Aug. 23, 1976, the son of James Patrick and Shirley F. (Schlegel) Neel. A complete obituary will be released later by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home in Manhattan.
Kansas State added a pair of Power-5 conference opponents to its future football schedules, including a familiar former Big 12 opponent. K-State athletic director John Currie announced the addition of games against Colorado and Washington State in a letter to fans on Thursday. The Wildcats will
Kansas State athletes continued to receive honors and accolades for their work in the classroom, as 30 Wildcats were named to the 2015-16 Big 12 Academic All-Rookie Team in an announcement by the conference office on Thursday. In the four years of the award’s existence, K-State
FORT RILEY — After two years as commander of Fort Riley’s Irwin Army Community Hospital, Col. Risa Ware passed the torch to her successor during a change-of-command ceremony Thursday morning, only a few months before the new facility is set to open following years of
RANDOLPH — With this year’s wheat harvest rolling through the Flint Hills, farmers are bracing themselves for low profits despite high crop yields. Kansas farmers planted fewer acres of wheat than usual but are expecting the 2016 crop to be roughly 22 percent larger than last year’
Academy Sports and Outdoors will open next year in Manhattan. The retail store will be nearly 63,000 square feet at East Poyntz Avenue and Sarber Lane, which is in the shopping center where the former Kmart resided. Academy officials said the store will bring approximately 100 jobs
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