TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Leticia Romero is back doing what she loves, playing basketball. Sidelined for several months in an eligibility dispute after transferring from Kansas State, the Spanish teenager has resumed her collegiate career in a lead role for No. 17 Florida State. The sophomore played in
MCPHERSON — Behind a deeper bench and a full-court defense that forced 22 turnovers in the game, the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team advanced through to the semifinals of the McPherson Invitational with a 63-53 opening round win over Mill Valley Thursday afternoon. Manhattan led the entire
LAWRENCE — Thousands of people watched as President Barack Obama spoke about strengthening the middle class on Thursday during a speech on the University of Kansas campus. A sign that read “Middle Class Economics” appeared in the background as he spoke, a theme that Obama pushed
LAWRENCE — Two local teenagers were among the members of the press covering President Barack Obama’s speech at the University of Kansas Thursday. News editor Madeline Marshall and staff member Maya Minocha of The Mentor, Manhattan High School’s student newspaper, became the lucky students.
A school official told the Manhattan-Ogden school board on Wednesday that the district could receive less money from the state and increased health insurance costs in its next budget. USD 383 director of business services Lew Faust said Gov. Sam Brownback’s recent proposal to allocate
Board members Dave Colburn and Darell Edie and president Leah Fliter announced Wednesday that they intend to run for the USD 383 school board to keep their seats. Board member Curt Herrman is also running along with newcomer Nick Dyer, a 2013 Manhattan High School graduate.
It just got a little easier to travel between Wamego and Manhattan. The Flint Hills Area Transportation Agency, or aTa Bus, in partnership with the Kansas Department of Transportation and Highland Community College-Wamego, started a bus route between the two towns on Tuesday, the Wamego
College Hill Preschool will be getting $174,769 in updates, including a secure entrance that administrators and the Manhattan-Ogden school board have been trying to get for more than a year. Board members unanimously approved a bid from Cheney Construction in Manhattan for the project. The measure
A Riley County official said county revenue for the first 21 days of 2015 is more than $3,000 below what it was for the same period in 2014 because of changes to state mortgage fees. Debbie Regester, Riley County register of deeds, on Tuesday presented statistics on the subject
We can understand the outrage and embarrassment someone would feel if a nude photograph or video of her — or him — that had been taken consensually but with the intent that it remain private were posted online by an angry ex-spouse or lover. It happens, and
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