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  • Arts & Leisure | February 23, 2015

    MHS offers well conceived version of ‘Leaving Iowa’

    About 10 years ago, Jeff Daniels’ Purple Rose Theater Company in Michigan produced a new play called “Leaving Iowa.” The entertainment generated some buzz, and there have been new productions of it from California to New York. This year Manhattan High’s resident director Linda Uthoff

  • Editorials | February 23, 2015

    Kobach’s say-so doesn’t make it so

    Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is a smart man. Given that, and given the fact that he’s taught constitutional law, you’d think he’d know better than to continue trying to place Kansas above federal law. The most recent example is a

  • Letters | February 23, 2015

    Unlike race and ethnicity, human behavior is a choice

    To the Editor: While seconds away from e-mailing The Mercury a letter congratulating Mark Weddle on his well-written letter of Feb. 18, I decided to read the “Kansas rolls back tolerance” piece be-low Mr. Weddle’s. I must respond to this “tolerance” piece. Once again, the

  • Obituaries | February 23, 2015

    LEE DALRYMPLE

    Lee Dalrymple, 52, of Westmoreland, died Friday, Feb. 20, 2015. He was born on July 27, 1962 in Phoenixville, Pa. A complete obituary and service information will be announced at a later date by Irvin-Parkview Funeral Home and Cremation in Manhattan.

  • Obituaries | February 23, 2015

    G. CLEVE HUMBERT

    G. Cleve Humbert, 89, of Manhattan, died Wednesday, Feb.18, 2015, at the Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community - Collins House. His family provided some of the following information. He was born on Oct. 22, 1925, in Arkansas City, Kan., the son of Oscar and Polly Hayden Humbert. He graduated from

  • Men's Basketball | February 23, 2015

    Reeling Wildcats to host Jayhawks

    Thomas Gipson was mad. The senior center said as much after his team got blasted by 27 points on Saturday at Baylor. Gipson said he saw a lack of effort from the whole team, and he felt like they laid down at the end of the

  • Baseball | February 23, 2015

    Wildcats wallop Cougars

    MESA, Ariz. — The Kansas State baseball team scored a season-high 12 runs Sunday with the help of 11 hits and another season-best six walks to beat Washington State, 12-3, at Sloan Park in the Big 12/Pac-12 Challenge. The Wildcats (4-4) scored in five of the first six

  • Golf | February 23, 2015

    K-State men’s golf takes 4th in spring opener

    PALM DESERT, Calif. — The Kansas State men’s golf team battled wet conditions on Sunday to finish in fourth place in the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate at par-72, 7,305-yard Classic Club. K-State finished at 9-over par 873, as the Wildcats held off No. 2 Oregon, which finished at 14

  • Golf | February 23, 2015

    K-State women tied for 11th in Arizona

    PEORIA, Ariz. — The Kansas State women’s golf team is tied for 11th place after two rounds of play at the Westbrook Invitational at the par-72, 6,269-yard Vistas Course. The Wildcats finished Sunday at 20-over par 596. “Today was a little frustrating for us all,” K-State

  • Equestrian | February 23, 2015

    KSU equestrian upsets No. 3 TCU

    The Kansas State equestrian team continued its home winning streak on Friday at Timbercreek Stables, as the Wildcats took down third-ranked TCU in a head-to-head battle, 14-5.  The Wildcats clinched all disciplines in the matchup against TCU, winning Hunt Seat, 8-2 and in Western, 6


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