• DONNA LONG

    Donna Long, 80, of Manhattan, died Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015 at her residence in Manhattan. She was born on Aug. 16, 1935, in Kansas City. Complete obituary information is pending and will be announced by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home..

  • JOHN F. LOCK

    John Francis Lock, 93, of Wallace, died Monday, Nov. 2, 2015, at Greeley County Hospital in Tribune. The family provided some of the following information. He was born May 4, 1922, in Wallace, the son of Rozella (Gardner) and Roy Irving Lock.  Preceding him .

  • Baylor survives Cats’ second-half rally Ksu9.mercury

    Kansas State held No. 2 Baylor to its lowest point total of the season, rushed for a season-high 258 yards, quarterback Joe Hubener had his best game in a month and it still wasn’t good enough Thursday night. Despite all the .

  • Guggisberg: Wildcats can grow from loss to Baylor Cover1.mercury

    With his tongue squarely in his cheek and a smirk on his face, Deante Burton delivered some difficult news to the Kansas State faithful after Thursday night’s 31-24 loss to Baylor at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. When asked if .

  • Defense improves, but still not satisfied Ksu2.mercury

    It was far from perfect, but Kansas State’s defense played well to get the Wildcats a win Thursday night . Tasked with slowing down the nation’s top offense, the Wildcats kept Baylor to a season low in points, though .

  • K-State looks to extend win streak vs. Tech

    Riding a three-match winning streak, the Kansas State volleyball team welcomes Texas Tech to Manhattan looking for a series sweep. Earlier this season, K-State swept the Red Raiders in Lubbock, Texas, led by its defense holding Texas Tech to .178 hitting, .

  • ESPN VP says learning occurs outside ‘comfort zone’ Rosaylyn.mercury

    Real learning occurs when you step outside of your comfort zone, said Rosalyn Durant, senior vice president of college networks and programming at ESPN. Durant spoke about her experiences as a leader and what she has learned from her 16 years .

  • KASB to assist in super search

    The Manhattan-Ogden school board will receive assistance in its search for a new superintendent and could start interviewing candidates as soon as mid-January. The board unanimously approved entering into a contract with Kansas Association of School Boards (KASB) at its .

  • 2 juveniles reach plea agreements in robberies

    Two juveniles involved in a series of robberies that led to a lockdown of the Kansas State University campus in September will soon be sentenced after reaching plea agreements with prosecutors. Janir Isais Vega, 17, originally was charged as a juvenile .

  • KSU named state’s first ‘bike-friendly’ campus

    K-State is a good place for cyclists, according to one national group. The university has been named a “bicycle-friendly university” by the League of American Bicyclists, according to a press release Thursday. It’s the first campus in Kansas to .

  • Myers named 1st team all-state

    Manhattan High’s Macie Myers was one of six golfers named to the Class 6A all-state first team last week. Myers joined Centennial League rivals Madison Roether (Junction City) and Rachel Stous (Topeka High) on the first team. All three .

  • ‘Goosebumps’ is a lot more fun than it is scary Christopher.conner1

    In the genre of young horror books, few authors have achieved the ubiquity of R.L. Stein with the “Goosebumps” series. From the popular novels and the multi-season TV series, “Goosebumps” uses supernatural terror and disarming humor to tell stories .





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