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  • Local | March 08, 2015

    Oral history project preserves memories of WWII vets

    Jimsharp.phatch

    As the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II approaches, a local resource offers a glimpse into the personal side of the war. As interest in the war and those who fought in it increases, a Riley County Historical Society project offers a

  • Arts & Leisure | March 08, 2015

    Bill Medley to bring blue-eyed soul to Manhattan

    If you’ve ever tried to recreate the final scene from Dirty Dancing, dropped to one knee to sing to a blushing bride or felt an embarrassing type of awkwardness come over you watching someone throw clay on potter’s wheel, you have Bill Medley

  • Off The Beat | March 08, 2015

    Comfort food worth making for yourself

    Megan.moser1

    Last week I had a craving for food from one of my favorite hometown restaurants: Pho Hoa in Garden City. It’s officially called Pho Hoa One, but everyone just says “Pho Hoa” (pronounced — at least by most in our town — as “foe wah”). It’

  • Men's Basketball | March 08, 2015

    Holmes, Texas beat Wildcats

    AUSTIN, Texas — Kansas State fought back from a halftime deficit to challenge Texas in the second half on Saturday, but the Wildcats couldn’t stop a run fueled by Longhorns’ senior Jonathan Holmes. Holmes hit a 3-pointer and got a big block as part of

  • Area Schools | March 08, 2015

    Indians beat Trojans, now head to state

    Jube2.phatch

    Being a heavily-favored top seed in a postseason basketball tournament comes with plenty of advantages, but it also creates a pressure-filled environment for the team that’s supposed to win. With a 62-40 win over Topeka High Saturday night, the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team

  • Area Schools | March 08, 2015

    Centralia ends Valley Heights’ season

    FRANKFORT — If the Valley Heights girls’ basketball team had a time machine at the beginning of the season and traveled to the end of it, there would be a couple things the Mustangs would have been surprised to see. First, the team would be devastated

  • Baseball | March 08, 2015

    K-State unloads for 17-5 rout of Santa Clara

    Ksubsb36.phatch

    Paced by a career-high five RBIs from Tyler Moore and season-highs in runs and hits by Kansas State, the Wildcats beat Santa Clara, 17-5, on Saturday in the second game of the weekend series at Tointon Family Stadium. Moore was one of nine different Wildcats (6

  • Track & Field | March 08, 2015

    Rovelto, Jones and Bryan honored by USTFCCCA

    Kansas State head track and field coach Cliff Rovelto, as well as junior Akela Jones and freshman Christoff Bryan were all honored by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) in their annual regional awards, announced Friday. Honored for an

  • Rowing | March 08, 2015

    K-State rowing has good showing in OKC

    OKLAHOMA CITY —The Kansas State women’s rowing team opened its spring season with preseason action against Oklahoma on Saturday on the Oklahoma River. Squaring off against last season’s Big 12 champion, the Wildcats and Sooners took part in a joint practice session in the

  • Golf | March 08, 2015

    KSU men’s golf looking to rebound

    The Kansas State men’s golf team will compete for a third straight week, as the Wildcats travel to Opelika, Ala., for the Tiger Invitational — beginning today and runnig through Tuesday at the par-72, 7,149-yard Grand National Lake Course. “This week will be a great


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