• Churchman’s clutch hit pushes Rock Creek past Riley County Rileycountybaseball

    The only thing Caden Churchman was thinking when he stepped up to the plate in a tie game with two outs was that he needed to get a hit. He was happy with the result — a single up the middle .

  • MHS tennis finishes fourth at Emporia meet

    Manhattan never gave up at Emporia on Tuesday. Head boys’ tennis coach Brandon Starkey was proud of how his team battled against tough competition while missing one of its top doubles players. The Indians took fourth out of eight teams .

  • MHS baseball sweeps Emporia

    Manhattan picked up a pair of wins over Emporia on Tuesday. The Indians won Game 1, 3-2, before shutting out the Spartans, 5-0, in Game 2. Emporia led Manhattan, 2-1, before the Indians recorded two seventh-inning runs. Zac Cox was hit by .

  • MHS edges Trinity Academy with second-half goal

    If the Manhattan High girls soccer team and Trinity scoring a goal apiece in the first two minutes of the game Tuesday night seemed to suggest a shootout, the two squads followed with what could only be described as the .

  • MHS softball battles to sweep Emporia

    Manhattan put together its two best games of the season against Emporia on Tuesday to head coach Monty Enright. The Indians took Game 1, 2-1, in nine innings before winning Game 2, 12-10, in comeback fashion. The wins mark four straight victories .

  • County delays EMS move decision

    Riley County is exploring its potential emergency-related challenges before making a decision on moving its EMS department. Riley County counselor Clancy Holeman spoke about this Monday during an intergovernmental luncheon between city, county and school officials. The county, city and .

  • K-State investigating anti-Semitic sign posted on campus Antisemeticposter

    Someone put an anti-Semitic poster up on K-State’s campus Monday, which was Holocaust Remembrance Day. The poster, which was on a telephone pole on the east side of Ahearn Field House near 17th Street, depicted a pyramid of people .

  • MHS MASCOT | Group to continue scholarship discussion

    The Manhattan High School mascot committee will continue discussions of creating a new scholarship during its next meeting. The committee meets at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Robinson Education Center, 2031 Poyntz Ave. The 15-member mascot committee — a panel formed to address .

  • Syntax sin: Man’s crime a misdemeanor not a felony

    A Manhattan man sentenced to nearly 10 years in prison was released Monday after serving fewer than 2 years because the Riley County attorney’s office used poor grammar to argue the man had committed a felony. Tracey Toliver received a 114-month .

  • Phoebe Samelson

    Phoebe Samelson, 88, a former academic adviser at Kansas State University and docent at Konza Prairie, died April 21, 2017, at Meadowlark Hills. Phoebe was born Feb. 28, 1929, in Madison, Wis., to Fred and Edith Jones, both plant pathologists. Her love of nature began .

  • Charles Green

    Charles Daniel Green, 91, died Thursday, April 20, 2017 at Santa Marta in Olathe, KS. Charles was a lifelong resident of the Manhattan, KS area prior to moving to Olathe. Charles is preceded in death by his parents Mont J. Green and Mary .

  • Elizabeth “Betsy” Blaser

    Elizabeth “Betsy” Blaser, age 47, passed away at her home in Waterville on Sunday, April 23, 2017. Betsy is the daughter of Bob and Pam Blaser of Waterville. Funeral arrangements are pending. Services arranged by Terry-Christie Funeral Home, Waterville, Kansas. www.terrychristiefuneralhome. com.


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