• SARAH E. MULL

    Sarah Elizabeth Mull, 35, died Monday, Aug. 24, 2015, in Nashville, Tennessee, of a stroke. The family provided the following information.. Sarah was born May 1, 1980, in Manhattan, the daughter of Jill Poole and Dudley Shehi. She graduated from Manhattan High School in 1998 and .

  • Ertz could be done for year, Hubener named starter Hubenerpass.mercury

    Jesse Ertz could be done for the season. Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder wouldn’t put a specific time frame on the sophomore’s return, but said he’ll “be out for quite some time.” Ertz was injured on .

  • Ertz out for some time, Hubener named starter

    Jesse Ertz could be done for the season. Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder wouldn’t put a specific time frame on the sophomore’s return, but said he’ll “be out for quite some time.” Ertz was injured on .

  • Fans check out upgrades to video, seating in north end zone Vanierstands.mercury

    Mike and Ramona Derousseau sat in the north end zone on Saturday at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, just like they have for more than a decade. The season ticket holders said they’ve missed only one or two games since .

  • County says most tax sale funds come from threat of selling

    Riley County’s most recent tax sale brought in close to $500,000 for the county — not from the sale itself but because the threat of a tax sale was enough to motivate a large majority of property owners to pay off .

  • City works to prepare community survey

    The Manhattan City Commission will help finalize questions for a community survey during a work session on Tuesday. The meeting starts at 5 p.m. at City Hall. The city is looking for community feedback on some of the upcoming issues .

  • Wildcats lose Ertz, but rout Coyotes Ertzs.mercury

    Jesse Ertz waited two years for the opportunity to make a real impact for Kansas State. The redshirt sophomore quarterback will have to wait a bit longer after exiting Saturday’s game nearly as soon as it got started against .

  • Dimel scores 2 TDs in K-State debut 38run.mercury

    Two weeks ago, Kansas State fullback and Manhattan High alumnus Winston Dimel seemed like an afterthought — at least among fans and the media. This was supposed to be Glenn Gronkowski’s year. Utilized more as a blocker than a ballcarrier, .

  • Cats cap Varney’s invite with sweep 16vertical.mercury

    The Kansas State volleyball team kept its undefeated streak inside Bramlage Coliseum alive on Saturday, sweeping UNLV 25-20, 25-17, 25-22 to finish the Varney’s Invitational with a 3-0 record. The win propelled the Wildcats’ record inside Bramlage to 10-0 .

  • MHS sweeps Manhattan Invitational Xcgirls.mercury

    As Cara Melgares passed the 4K mark on the cross country course at Warner Park Saturday afternoon, she couldn’t help but think about being done. Any other year and she would have been grabbing a drink or catching her .

  • Nelson anxious to work back from injury Nelson.mercury

    In his entire football career, Jordy Nelson has never had an entire season taken away by injury. Now that he’s set to miss the 2015 season with an ACL injury, the Green Bay Packers’ All-Pro wide receiver is ready to .

  • Sproles still proving doubters wrong Sporles.mercury

    Darren Sproles has done nothing but prove people wrong. It’s what you have to do when you’re only 5-foot-6 and playing one of the toughest positions in the NFL — now in his 11th season. The former Kansas State .





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