• Dozens of dancers keep step at Manhattan’s Senior Prom Prom2.phatch

    There are distinct differences between Manhattan High School’s upcoming prom and the Senior Prom that happened Friday evening at the Houston Street Ballroom. The MHS prom is for teenagers. The Senior Prom is for adults over the age of 50. .

  • Transit manager has money to spend

    Sondra Clark officially took over as manager of the Flint Hills Regional Transit Administration last week, and promptly was handed $2.7 million — give or take a few thousand more in pocket change. No, no.. the sack of cash wasn’t hers .

  • Start early to establish healthy eating habits

    A healthy diet promotes success in life — better concentration and alertness, better physical health that translates into good mental and emotional health. But even the best intentioned parents can expect food fights with their children, said Tanda Kidd, associate professor .

  • Two reporters test efficiency of Manhattan’s bus system Busridehor.phatch

    Greg’s experience: Lack of bus route and stop information makes riding more difficult For two weeks this spring, I voluntarily traded the freedom of my 2007 Hyundai Accent for the relative rigidity of the Flint Hills Area Transportation Agency’s .

  • Arts in the Park to include 4th of July, fall events

    Manhattan’s annual summer concert series won’t be confined by the season this year. Arts in the Park starts May 9 and won’t end until Oct. 4, a departure from the normal ending in August. The events all take place .

  • Father’s wise words still handy Greg doering047cut.phatch

    My father could have appreciated the sentiment of the memorial, but he would have rolled over in his grave, had we not cremated him, at the ceremony accompanying its dedication. He never was big on public gatherings. On April 11, USD 365 .

  • Klein comes back from serious back injury

    Football could have ended for Kyle Klein last year. After a mid-August surgery to fix a protruding disc in his lower back, Klein was left bed-ridden with six months of rehabilitation ahead of him and a still uncertain future when .

  • Currie says K-State’s attrition is not unique

    Despite losing five players this offseason, Kansas State athletic director John Currie downplayed the situation with the men’s basketball team in a letter to fans on Friday evening. Currie used transfer statistics from ESPN’s Jeff Goodman, who keeps .

  • Red Raiders even series with 7-1 win

    Earlier this week, Kansas State head coach Brad Hill said No. 19 Texas Tech featured a lineup full of big hitters. Friday afternoon, the Wildcats kept the hot-hitting Red Raiders at bay, a team that entered the weekend’s three-game series .

  • K-State’s Savatovic headlines final day at KU Relays

    LAWRENCE — Sara Savatovic made Kansas State track and field history in the hammer throw, headlining a loaded final day of action for the Wildcats at the 88th Kansas Relays in Lawrence. Competing against host KU, as well as Purdue and .

  • Manhattan High girls’ soccer settles for 0-0 tie at Seaman

    After scoring five goals in a shutout win against Emporia Tuesday, scoring was hard to come by against Seaman for the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team. The Indians couldn’t connect on numerous goal-scoring opportunities in a 0-0 double-overtime tie .

  • MHS competes at condensed KU Relays

    With a grim weather forecast in Lawrence, officials at the University of Kansas opted to jam two days worth of events into one this weekend at the KU Relays, which made for a short trip for several Manhattan track athletes. .





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