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  • MHS girls basketball moves up, boys move down in latest poll

    Both Manhattan basketball teams moved in the latest Kansas Basketball Coaches Association rankings, which were released on Monday. The girls basketball team moved up one spot to No. 6 in the 6A rankings, while the boys dropped two spots from No. 3 .

  • Six Wildcats receive AP All-Big 12 honors

    Kansas State football had six players selected to the Associated Press All-Big 12 team, which was released Tuesday. Four Wildcats were named to the first team and two were named to the second team. The group is headlined by AP Big 12 .

  • Wildcats focusing on Wednesday contest

    Freshman forward Peyton Williams is excited. Her family and some friends are coming to see her play against No. 1 UConn on Sunday. Yeah, the same UConn that’s on an 82-game winning streak. But first, the Kansas State women’s .

  • Wilson moves to lower his pay

    County Commissioner Ben Wilson volunteered to lower his salary to match that of commissioner-elect Marvin Rodriguez on Monday. Riley County commissioners voted unanimously to change the Wilson’s pay to the same level as Rodriguez’s. The commission voted in .

  • Roberts discusses new farm bill at Farm Bureau meeting Ag1

    Sen. Pat Roberts said on Sunday that he’ll continue to champion farmers and ranchers as the chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee. Roberts spoke casually on the election and crafting a new farm bill in a short address to .

  • New Boys & Girls Club director has fostered 158 children Boysandgirls

    Pamela Nealey has always enjoyed caring for and mentoring children. Nealey, director of operations for the Boys & Girls Club of Manhattan, used to babysit when she was younger and taught girls modeling. Her passion for working with children has .

  • City to weigh Genesis rezoning

    The Manhattan City Commission will consider Genesis Health Clubs’ proposed gym Tuesday. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at City Hall. Genesis wants to build a new facility on the hilltop of 2704 Allison Ave. near the Seth Child Road and .

  • TOM MAGUIRE

    Tom Maguire, 70, Goodyear, Arizona, formerly of Manhattan, died Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016, at Hospice of the Valley, Surprise, Arizona. Tom was born in Fort Smith, Arkansas, son of Pat and Harriet (Givens) Maguire. He grew up in Manhattan and graduated from Manhattan .

  • MARTIN PARROTT

    Martin Parrott, 76, of Manhattan died Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016, at the Via Christi Hospital in Manhattan. He was born on July 26, 1940, in Guthrie Center, Iowa. Services are pending with the Anderes-Pfeifley Funeral Home..

  • IVALO M. BISPING

    Ivalo M. (Stigge) Bisping, 90, formerly of Alma, died Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016, in Topeka. Ivalo was born June 5, 1926, the daughter of Fred and Ida (Bolle) Stigge. She married Ervin C. Bisping on April 22, 1948. She is survived by her children Beverly Tolbert and .

  • A good season can get better

    Congratulating KSU football coach Bill Snyder isn’t quite a daily occurrence, but lately it has seemed that way. And yes, congratulations are due again. After winning his 200th game in the victory over Kansas on Senior Day, Coach Snyder, .

  • Thanks, Coach Snyder, for setting the bar high

    To the Editor This is an open letter to Bill Snyder. On behalf of the Wildcat nation, thank you. In my line of work, we do something called root cause analysis. It’s how we get to the bottom of .





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