• K-State golf heads to Koch invite

    The Kansas State men’s golf team looked to continue its spring slate by opening play today in the Gary Koch Invitational at the par-72, 7,042-yard Gastonia Country Club in Gastonia, NC. The trip east will mark the fifth of .

  • Candidates talk city’s future, needs and businesses

    The Manhattan City Commission race features six candidates going for three seats currently held by Mayor Wynn Butler, Rich Jankovich and John Matta. Only Butler is running for re-election. John Ball retired as a colonel after a 29-plus year military .

  • Pow-wow to bring Native alumni, culture to KSU

    Marilyn Cuch is looking forward to introducing her husband and to children to her alma mater during K-State’s Open House on Saturday. She also believes the day will be extremely interesting for another reason. Cuch will be dancing in .

  • Children gather 10,000 Easter eggs as part of fundraiser Egg2.phatch

    An Easter egg hunt gave hundreds of children and their families an opportunity to collect thousands of plastic eggs on Saturday. The children scavenged at Northeast Community Park for the annual hunt as a part of the Royal Bunny Tracs 5.

  • Fight for your right to park Bethany047cut.phatch

    At 6:57 a.m. on Wednesday, I became a victim of injustice. It was at that time that I received a $15 parking ticket. When I woke up that morning, I had a gut feeling that it was going to be a .

  • At recess, leaders voice concerns

    At the start of the Kansas Legislature’s spring recess Friday, some area lawmakers expressed frustration over how the session has unfolded so far. “We haven’t passed too many significant pieces of legislation,” said Rep. Susie Swanson, R-Clay Center. “.

  • Plan offers blueprint to manage growth in Manhattan urban area

    Avoiding controversy on hot-button issues can help keep any long-term planning document alive and well. Phil Anderson more or less conceded the point regarding adoption of Manhattan Area 2035, the 20-year blueprint for regional growth that’s been in the works .

  • Fire causes $35K in damage to home Fire.phatch

    No one was injured in a house fire Friday afternoon, but the flames caused an estimated $35,000 in damage. At 4:57 p.m. the Manhattan Fire Department was dispatched to 1517 Houston St. for a report of a structure fire. Crews found a .

  • Wildcats’ rally sputters in 3-2 loss Krause.phatch

    In the bottom of the eighth against West Virginia Saturday afternoon at Tointon Family Stadium, K-State senior second baseman Carter Yagi led off with a double and a passed ball by Mountaineers catcher Ray Guerrini allowed Yagi to take third .

  • Cameron: Welcome back your American League champs Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — There are some goosebump moments rolling into Kauffman Stadium on Monday afternoon. If events stay on schedule, the most dramatic will occur at 2:51 p.m., when the entire home team roster lines up along the first-base line .

  • Indians dominate at doubles invite

    In the first full-blown varsity tournament of the young season, the Manhattan High boys’ tennis team won in dominating fashion at the Mustang Doubles Classic in Salina Saturday. The Indians won with a team score of 19, beating out host and .

  • MHS golfers ready to open season

    For the last three seasons, the Manhattan High boys’ golf team has featured a consistency in the varsity lineup not typically seen at the high school level. The Indians have started the same top five players in every varsity meet .





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