• Veto protects workers, families

    Sam Brownback Governor of Kansas Since the pioneers moved westward across the country and settled this fertile ground, our state has always held a promise for those who came here — that through dedication and hard work your standing in life .

  • Wamego police searching for woman reported missing

    The Wamego Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a resident. Becky Jo Walton was last seen on Sunday at her home in Wamego. The 37-year-old white woman, was reported missing by her family on Tuesday. She .

  • Americans buy homes at fastest pace in a decade

    Associated Press WASHINGTON — Americans shrugged off rising mortgage rates and bought existing homes in January at the fastest pace since 2007. That has set off bidding wars that have pushed up prices as the supply of available homes has dwindled to .

  • Movie ‘Silence’ beautiful, well-made, well-acted

    We knew this was going to happen. For one reason or another the owners of our theaters wouldn’t want to send certain interesting new movies to the new theater. So after they had be in general release for a .

  • Kansas rejects higher limits on donations to candidates

    Associated Press TOPEKA — Kansas legislators on Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected doubling most state limits on contributions to candidates and political parties, mocking a Republican Party leader’s argument that the move would divert donor dollars from independent, “dark money” groups. The .

  • Cats hold on to beat No. 16 Oklahoma

    An early lead turned into the Kansas State women’s basketball team’s 20th win this season as it took down No. 16 Oklahoma, 79-71. The victory marks the first 20-win season under head coach Jeff Mittie at K-State and the .

  • K-State fighting for postseason

    In the moments following Kansas State’s last-second win at Texas on Saturday, senior Wesley Iwundu sent out a tweet. “Hi haters,” the tweet read, followed by an icon of a clown. Iwundu admitted Tuesday the team has a bit .

  • Wamego comeback falls short in 55-53 loss

    A similar mistake in the first half would have landed Sydney Pacha squarely on the bench, when her Marysville team spent the entire 16 minutes trailing. But when the Bulldogs’ guard let an easy pass slip through her hands and sail .

  • Marysville boys edge Wamego in final seconds

    If there was any doubt as to Scott Brown’s emotions in the waning seconds of the third quarter Tuesday night, he erased it in a heartbeat. Stuck in the depths of a road matchup with Wamego, the Marysville High .

  • MHS boys pick up 14th straight win over Junction City

    Manhattan head coach Benji George didn’t want his players’ minds to wander. There was plenty to think about after all, from facing Junction City to the Centennial League title on the line this week. “We reminded the guys before .

  • MHS girls stifle Junction City, 73-25

    The Manhattan girls basketball team got a chance to experiment in its 73-25 win over Junction City on Tuesday night. “We played an offense we hadn’t even practiced for weeks just to give us a different look,” head coach .

  • Priority change

    Associated Press WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is greatly expanding the number of people living in the U.S. illegally who are considered a priority for deportation, including people arrested for traffic violations, according to agency documents released Tuesday. The documents .


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