Flint Hills Christian School graduated four seniors Saturday, including Jordan Barnes, Parker Eaves, Ashlyn Shultz and Sara Sylvester. Commencement was 2 p.m. Saturday at Flint Hills Christian School. Theresa Wilson was the featured speaker.
The Manhattan High School Business Professionals of America students were very competitive at the BPA National Leadership Conference (NLC) in Boston on May 5-8. The 18 participating students were: Bryan Armbrust, John Benfer, Lexi Bieker, Mark Buckwalter, Jonathan Chen, Lily Colburn, Emma Devane, Fatou Faburay, Stephanie
The Manhattan High track and field teams competed at Friday’s Class 6A regional meet in Lawrence, qualifying for 12 events at next weekend’s all-class state track and field meet in the process. The Indians managed to qualify 16 athletes for next week’s meet at
Several local students completed Cloud County Community College degree requirements. Students completing the degree requirements were eligible to participate in the Spring 2016 Commencement. Commencement ceremonies were held in Arley Bryant Gymnasium at the Concordia campus on May 13. Local students include: • Kyle Bliss of Onaga has
Katelin White, marketing and accounting major at Harding University from Manhattan, is among more than 1,300 University students included on the dean’s list for grades achieved during the spring 2016 semester. Dr. Larry Long, University provost, honoring those who have achieved high scholarship, publishes the dean’
CHICAGO — The Kansas City Royals hit the field with their starter on a 60-pitch limit and two key relievers unavailable because of overwork. All they did was win a pitcher’s duel. Lorenzo Cain hit a solo home run and five pitchers combined to allow
The Kansas State baseball team surrendered six runs in the fifth inning to break open a tie game, and allowed No. 11 TCU to sweep the Wildcats after Saturday’s 9-3 loss at Lupton Stadium. Despite the tough weekend, the Wildcats still managed to secure the
Woodrow Wilson Elementary was honored May 6 at the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site in Topeka as one of 25 Kansas schools and school districts offering excellent character education that focuses on students’ social, emotional and character development. Recognition for the schools and districts
Ask the Manhattan High boys’ golf team whether playing the biggest tournament of the season — the Class 6A state meet — on its home course is an advantage, and the answers come back in the form of a unanimous yes. The same question to head coach
The Manhattan High girls’ swim a team competed in Friday’s preliminary races at the Class 6A state swim meet at Topeka’s Capitol Federal Natatorium, swimming best times in two of three events but all falling short of the cut for Saturday’s finals.
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