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  • Two Wildcats in Top 15 at season opener

    DURHAM, N.C. — Led by senior Kyle Weldon and sophomore transfer Oscar Spolander, the Kansas State men’s golf team turned in a final-round score of 20-over-par 308 Sunday to finish eighth in the Rod Myers Invitational at the par-72, 7,136-yard .

  • Lockett scores first touchdown Lockettcolor.mercury

    It took one game for Tyler Lockett to show the Seattle Seahawks what he can do — when it actually counts. The former Kansas State receiver returned a punt 57 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter on Sunday to give .

  • Indians rout Vikings with strong first half 7.mercury

    It’s been a great two weeks for Manhattan High’s Ian Trapp. In two starts at quarterback for the Indians, the junior transfer from Ellsworth has scored nine touchdowns, rushed for more than 300 yards and shown he has an .

  • Artisans, vendors take center stage on Moro Street Maker1.mercury

    K-State senior Kenzie Wade eats bugs all the time. She spent Saturday afternoon at the Aggieville Mini Maker Faire spreading the word about their nutritional value. Wade was one of roughly forty artisans, vendors and organizations showing off their projects, .

  • Professors: Trump’s immigration plan mostly impractical

    Donald Trump has called Mexican immigrants “criminals” and “rapists.” He has insisted that a wall be built along every inch of a border that stretches nearly 2,000 miles — and demanded that Mexico pay for it. And he’s vowed, at the .

  • Police make 2nd arrest in robberies near campus

    Police have made another arrest related to a series of robberies earlier this month that caused officials to lock down the Kansas State University campus, but they’re asking for helping locating two other suspects. Riley County Police Department officers .

  • K-State Band Day, prairie walk and more

    SUNDAY Fourth Annual Family Day, noon-6 p.m. Free admission day in celebration of the local community. Flint Hills Discovery Center. UPC Film: “Mad Max,” 2 and 7 p.m. Cost: $3. K-State Student Union Forum Hall TUESDAY Wonder Workshop Super Scientist Club: .

  • As they begin their 4th years, vet students put studies into practice

    The acceptance letter is just the beginning for students entering the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. They must endure three years of intense class work and study. The students who succeed — 112 this year — enter their fourth year, the .

  • Citizens’ priorities matter; so do costs

    We’re not experts, but we’ll bet that Manhattan residents who respond to an upcoming city survey give low marks to the quality of our streets but high marks to snow removal from them. The city this fall is .

  • Disciples say CrossFit culture growing in Manhattan Crossfitcb2.mercury

    How do you know someone does CrossFit? Don’t worry, they’ll tell you. So goes the joke, which pokes fun at people who have drunk the proverbial Kool-Aid and can’t stop talking about their “WOD,” “box” or their .

  • MHS boys take 2nd at Emporia

    A shorthanded group of Manhattan High cross country runners made their way to Emporia Saturday to compete in the Emporia Invitational, with the boys’ team taking second place overall. The Indians didn’t field a varsity girls’ team as several .

  • Silly ‘facts’ have staying power Dendurent1

    As a volunteer docent at the Wamego Historical Museum, I’ve discovered that, sometimes, telling a good story is better than being historically accurate. Awhile back, I came across these “facts” about history, math, food and other subjects. Because they .





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