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  • Silver Lake 40, Riley County 6

    At Silver Lake, the Falcons couldn’t counter a quick-scoring attack from Silver Lake in a 40-6 loss. The Eagles racked up 19 points in the first quarter, before Riley County answered with a 9-yard touchdown run by Tyler Halstead in .

  • Tescott 32, Blue Valley 30

    At Tescott, seeking their second win in two years, the Blue Valley Rams fell just short in a 32-30 loss to Tescott on Friday. Blue Valley (1-2) came just short with late turnovers and a costly penalty on a touchdown .

  • Pathfinder donates $3,720 to USD 383 Foundation

    The Manhattan-Ogden Public Schools Foundation received a donation of $3,720 from The Pathfinder, a locally-owned outdoor and bike shop in downtown Manhattan. The Pathfinder had Education Appreciation Month in August and pledged a portion of its monthly sales to the USD 383 .

  • 502 Media Group launches Brand Boost

    Local advertising firm 502 Media Group recently launched Brand Boost, a competition to provide $25,000 worth of marketing services to a nonprofit. The team at 502 Media Group will have 48 hours to learn about the winning organization, develop a strategy to combat major .

  • How a Navajo Code Talker made it to rural Kansas

    Multicultural diversity. It’s a term with various meanings, but today we’ll learn about an example of multicultural diversity that was a matter of life and death — and I mean that literally. During World War II, the U.S. .

  • Troy 27, Valley Heights 0

    At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights was held scoreless as Troy topped the Mustangs 27-0 on Friday night. Taylor Scherer scored on a 10-yard run and caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Reid Greaser to lead the way for Troy. Individual .

  • Warfield presents Sousa’s early years

    “It takes 10 years of hard work to become an overnight success in show business.” So goes the old saying. In the case of the composer, arranger and conductor John Philip Sousa (1854-1932), it took considerably longer — he was 39 when he .

  • Burlingame 48, Frankfort 28

    At Frankfort, the Frankfort Wildcats suffered a second-straight loss on Friday, falling to Burlingame, 48-28. Individual statistics were not available for this game. The Wildcats will be back at home again this week when they host Veritas Christian..

  • USD 384 gets $10,000 grant to buy computers

    RANDOLPH — Blue Valley USD 384 has received a $10,000 grant from America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education. The district will purchase scientific handheld computers and sensors to transfer data collected during experiments to students’ iPads so they can evaluate the information. “Thanks .

  • KSU student earns $10,000 scholarship

    Emily Vaterlaus Patten, a doctoral candidate in the College of Human Ecology has received a $10,000 scholarship awarded to registered dietitians who demonstrate a commitment to the future of the profession through teaching and research. Patten, of Boise, Idaho, is one .

  • JANIE F. HALE

    Janie F. Hale, 85, died Friday Sept. 18, 2015, at the Via Christi Hospital, Manhattan. She was born Sept. 29, 1929. Memorial Service information and a complete obituary will be released later by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home 1616 Poyntz Avenue, Manhattan..

  • CHARLES H. BASCOM

    Charles Henry Bascom, 84, Manhattan, died Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. The family provided some of the following information. Charles was born in Minot, North Dakota March 31, 1931, the third of four sons of Lillian and K. .





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