• EDITORIAL | Enough harm has been done

    “Just looking to see if anybody has any information… so we can pick up the pieces and go on.” Those were some of the words spoken by Darryl Wilhelm in a video statement to whoever might visit the Riley County .

  • Mascot minority again trying to have its way

    To the Editor: It is so very obvious what is happening with this “Mascot Committee.” The Manhattan- Ogden Board of Education in September 2016 did not have the courage to make a decision on whether to retain the sporting and school .

  • Cats edge New Mexico Ksubb41917

    Forgive Brad Hill for dismissing the record he tied Tuesday night in his Kansas State squad’s 3-2 win over New Mexico. The win was Hill’s 435th at K-State, tying former coach Mike Clark for the all-time record at .

  • Some new film DVDs are pretty big deals

    April is an odd month for new movies released on DVD. There aren’t that many new titles coming out. But the ones that previously appeared on screens in the Little Easy’s two commercial theaters are pretty big deals. .

  • MHS sweeps Highland Park with pair of run-rule wins Mhsbb5

    Manhattan’s commanding 12-2 win over Highland Park in Game 2 didn’t start out that way. The Indians (6-2) trailed 2-0 through the top of the first inning before plating three runs in the bottom of the frame and never .

  • K-State facing 5th sex assault inquiry

    The federal government has opened a fifth investigation on how K-State handles reports of sexual assault off campus. The U.S. Department of Education’s office of civil rights opened the newest investigation at K-State on March 27, according to the .

  • Body found in Kansas River

    Officials found a body in the Kansas River Monday night believed to be that of a man connected to a recent car chase. They aren’t yet releasing the man’s name, but they found the body about a mile .

  • Parents of hit-and-run victim plead for info

    The parents of a hit-and-run victim are making public pleas to help find the driver who hit their daughter. Amber Wilhelm, 21, of Manhattan is in the critical care unit at Stormont-Vail Hospital in Topeka after a pickup truck struck her .

  • Car crashes into Lee Elementary’s doors Crashedfrontdoor

    A car crashed into the front of Lee Elementary Monday evening, damaging the school’s the front doors. A person driving a black Dodge Charger that “lost its brakes” on Lee Street crashed into the front doors of the school .

  • Man sentenced to 50 years in sodomy case

    Jase Stanton faces nearly 50 years in prison for aggravated criminal sodomy. In Riley County District Court on Monday, Judge Meryl Wilson gave the 30-year-old a sentence of 592 months. Stanton was convicted of one count of aggravated criminal sodomy in late .

  • Danielle Lee Pollack

    Topeka — Danielle Lee Pollack, 27, passed away unexpectedly of natural causes on Thursday, April 13, 2017 at the Stormont-Vail Hospital in Topeka, Kansas. She was born on September 7, 1989 at the Ft. Rucker Army Base in Alabama, the daughter of Armon “Wally” Pollack and .

  • Joseph ‘Joe’ Sotkovski

    Joseph John Sotkovski, Jr, 78, of Manhattan, passed away Friday, April 14th, at the Via Christi Village in Manhattan. Joe was born in Tionesta, PA on December 27, 1938, the son of Joseph John, Sr and Kathryn Lozier Sotkovski. On July 17, 1973, in Nuevo .


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