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  • Local | January 26, 2014

    Conference preps young farmers for challenges

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    Amy Nickelson is a self-described “adrenaline junkie.” She said she loves to travel and explore new places. Basically, she’s a thrill seeker. But the 24-year-old from Hill City, a fourth-generation farmer and rancher, hopes someday get a job, buy some cattle and land and

  • Local | January 26, 2014

    Help available at 24-hour aid event

    A 24-hour event this week will provide an opportunity for those in need to receive the help they need. Everybody Counts will take place from 10 a.m. Wednesday to 10 a.m. Thursday at First United Methodist Church’s Harris Activity Center, 530 Poyntz Ave. The event

  • Local |Business | January 26, 2014

    Library marks start of work on $800,000 expansion project

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    Manhattan Public Library marked the start of its expansion with a groundbreaking ceremony Saturday afternoon. Community members filled the library auditorium to mark the occasion. Manhattan Public Library director Linda Knupp said that it was nice to see so many people attend the ceremony, which

  • Women's Basketball | January 26, 2014

    Jayhawks too much for Wildcats

    A layup by Chantay Caron pulled Kansas State within three points early in the second half, but that’s as close as the Wildcats would get the rest of the way Saturday, losing to rival Kansas, 71-64, at Bramlage Coliseum. (Kansas State’s Jessica Sheble

  • Men's Basketball | January 26, 2014

    K-State’s rally falls short at Iowa State

    AMES, Iowa — Facing a big halftime deficit, the 22nd-ranked Kansas State men’s basketball team rallied at No. 16 Iowa State. Twice. But even with all that fight, the Wildcats couldn’t pull off a come-from-behind win, losing to the Cyclones, 81-75, on Saturday in Hilton

  • Area Schools | January 26, 2014

    Wamego girls stay perfect, beat Falcons

    HILLSBORO — It was perhaps the most high-profile girls’ matchup in the area Saturday night as Class 4A Div. I No. 1 Wamego squared off against Class 3A No. 2 Riley County in a battle of unbeatens. It just happened to be played about two hours south of

  • Manhattan High School | January 26, 2014

    MHS closes TOC with loss to Maize

    DODGE CITY — It looked like Manhattan High was going to get a come-from-behind victory Saturday over the Maize in the third-place game of the 71st Annual Tournament of Champions at United Wireless Arena. But the Indians couldn’t keep the pressure going after working so

  • Manhattan High School | January 26, 2014

    Hays defeats MHS in tourney semis

    DODGE CITY — It was close, but not enough Friday night, as the Manhattan High boy’ basketball team could not overcome a poor third quarter, losing to Hays, 42-36, in the 71st Annual Tournament of Champions semifinal at United Wireless Arena. Manhattan lost to Maize, 51-47,

  • Manhattan High School | January 26, 2014

    MHS girls squeak past Spartans in OT

    EMPORIA — Manhattan head coach Scott Mall knows his team has the most success when it controls the tempo and the flow of the game on both ends of the floor. Just weeks after routing Emporia by 26 at home, the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team got

  • Area Schools | January 26, 2014

    Wamego boys lose to Hillsboro, take 4th

    In the third-place game of the Trojan Classic on Saturday, the Wamego boys’ basketball team couldn’t keep pace with the host Trojans after taking an early lead, losing 60-47 to fall to 1-2 on the weekend against a loaded field. Wamego (6-6) led 17-12


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