• Come and share your voice at annual poetry recitation

    To the Editor: “Today in a brown paper sack I carried home with me a treasure… No king could buy these grapes from me. Today in my brown paper sack, I carry wealth.” — from the Journal of Enid Stover In .

  • U.S. ties with Gulf group strong

    The United States and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) have been more than allies over the years. After the British broke ties from the Gulf in 1971, the United States was the first to provide protection to the Gulf countries. This .

  • Dog flu: Vet explains what dog owners should know

    Because of recent cases of canine influenza in the Chicago area, a Kansas State University veterinarian is recommending dog owners educate themselves on the respiratory disease and pay attention to where the cases are occurring. No positive cases of canine .

  • Manhattan girls finish 2nd at Great Bend Invitational

    The Manhattan High track and field teams traveled to Great Bend on Tuesday for a midweek meet against schools from the western half of the state, with the girls’ taking second place and the boys’ team in third. The girls’ .

  • Unit brings veterinary services to area animal shelters

    Veterinary medicine students at Kansas State University are going mobile. Last Monday, the College of Veterinary Medicine dedicated its new Shelter Medicine Mobile Surgery Unit. The clinical sciences department recently purchased the mobile surgical unit to allow students and faculty .

  • STEPHEN E. WHITE

    A memorial celebration for Stephen E. White will be held Sunday, April 19, 2015, at the Flint Hills Discovery Center from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Dr. White, 67, died March 21, 2015, in Manhattan. He was a professor of geography and former dean of the College .

  • Flat ‘Woman in Gold’ may have some significant purpose G.w.clift1

    Simon Curtis, director of “My Week With Marilyn,” has given the story of his new film, “Woman in Gold,” just about the most vanilla treatment imaginable. It is a serviceable movie, rather than something new, and perhaps that’s what .

  • Wildcats look to improve run game

    Go all the way back to 1989. Try, as difficult as it is, to remember Kansas State football back then, when the Wildcats weren’t winning many games and nobody really cared what happed in Manhattan on Saturdays in the fall. .

  • Wodtke, Cats beat Shox in 10th

    With two outs and the bases loaded in extra innings, Jake Wodtke stepped into the batter’s box with a chance to complete a comeback win for Kansas State. The sophomore didn’t take his time in the situation, attacking .

  • PG Stokes set to sign with Cats

    As of last week, the Kansas State men’s basketball team had no point guards left on its roster. That’s all set to change when Kamau Stokes signs his letter of intent to join the Wildcats this Friday. Stokes .

  • Student production kicking off celebration of Shakespeare Midsummer1.phatch

    Almost 400 years after his death, Manhattan High School students are celebrating Shakespeare with a production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” William Shakespeare died 400 years ago next April. “This is sort of our kickoff to that year-long celebration,” said Linda .

  • Man receives 10 years in October kidnappings

    A Manhattan man involved in an October double kidnapping and robbery was sentenced on Monday to 10 years in prison. Kenneth Mallett, 22, will serve back-to-back sentences of 88 months on one kidnapping count and 32 months for attempted aggravated robbery. Mallett also received .





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