AGAPE FAMILY Agape is at 1125 Westport Drive (lower level). Prayer at 9:30 a.m. and contemporary music and worship at 10:30 a.m. Sundays. Wednesday service at 7 p.m. Children’s services provided. Visit AgapeFamily.org. ASHLAND COMMUNITY Service at 11 a.m. .

  • There’s green in K-State purple

    Area residents have long assumed that Kansas State University athletics are good for Manhattan’s bottom line. They’ve been right. A report on the impact of Wildcat sports released Thursday showing how good might be impressive enough for officials .

  • Get in historic Historical Society photo

    To the Editor: On Oct. 5, the Riley County Historical Museum will celebrate its 100th birthday. I hope many Manhattan residents will join us at 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 2 ,at the Pioneer Log Cabin in Manhattan City Park for a photograph. .

  • Konza Nature Trail run memorable

    To the Editor On Sept. 18, 288 runners participated in the fourth annual Konquer the Konza (KtK) event. Participants run either 10 or 25 kilometers on the Konza Prairie Biological Station Nature Trail. For those of you who are familiar with this natural trail .

  • Help Cats for Cans at Oct. 8 game

    To the Editor: It’s that time of year again. Time to break out your favorite game-day attire, gather a group of friends and cook a lot of food in the parking lots while waiting for the Wildcats to kick-off. .

  • Indian mascot unacceptable

    I’ve been a part of the ReImageMHK group since it formed about a year ago. What has not been well-portrayed by the area media is that ReImageMHK is interested in raising awareness of broad issues of racism and intercultural .

  • Manhattan man hurt in 2-car crash

    A Manhattan man was injured in a two-vehicle crash Thursday near the intersection of Tuttle Creek Boulevard and Walters Drive, according to a Kansas Highway Patrol report. Jonathan Chae, 28, was turning left onto Tuttle Creek Boulevard in a 2008 Kia Sorento .

  • Fort Riley commander suspended pending investigation

    The commanding general of the 1st Infantry Division has been suspended pending an investigation, the Army confirmed Friday. “Maj. Gen. Wayne Grigsby has been suspended from duties as commander of 1st Infantry Division based at Fort Riley, Kansas,” Col. Patrick .

  • MHS boys soccer loses loses, 2-1, in overtime

    Manhattan head boys soccer coach Frank Alonso finally saw passion and intensity from his team he hadn’t seen before on Thursday night. But it wasn’t quite enough. The Indians lost to Washburn Rural, 2-1, in overtime. “Everybody was .

  • Discovery Center exhibit examines 7 towns no longer in the Flint Hills

    The importance of a town’s history and identity will be on full display at the Flint Hills Discovery Center. “Going Home: Hidden Histories of the Flint Hills” will open to the public Saturday and remain through Jan. 8. The exhibit .

  • K-State sports contribute $351M to MHK economy

    K-State Athletics continues to be a major driver for the local economy, and that drive has only grown with recent facility improvements, according to a study released Thursday. The report says the university’s athletic department generates as much as $351 .

  • Mascot forum format up in air

    How the Manhattan-Ogden school district conducts a planned public forum on the Manhattan High School mascot is still up in the air. During the Sept. 7 meeting, the board chose to schedule a Nov. 30 public forum to allow people the opportunity .


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