• Is Hy-Vee breaking its deal? Wonder1

    Q: At the time that Hy-Vee was built in the north-end redevelopment project, the space between Hy-Vee and PetCo was left undeveloped. This was because Hy-Vee hoped the Kansas Legislature would approve liquor sales for grocery stores, and Hy-Vee would .

  • K-State prepping for home rodeo this weekend Rodeo team a1.phatch

    The Wildcat rodeo team has been busy preparing for its home event this weekend. The 59th-annual K-State Rodeo is Friday-Sunday at the university’s Weber Arena. Coach Doug Muller said the cowgirls and cowboys were pulling out all stakes in .

  • Technology upgrades, Bluemont report on agenda

    The Manhattan-Ogden school board will consider spending $324,859 on technology equpment Wednesday. The district is looking to replace a set of switch systems, which look like boxes that are used to physically connect multiple devices for communication between the district’s .

  • Lyle Lovett to perform at prairie symphony event

    Symphony in the Flint Hills has announced that Lyle Lovett will perform at the 10th annual signature event in June. Lovett, a four-time Grammy award-winning country music artist, is returning to the Flint Hills for a second time on June 12. .

  • Soldier to serve sentence after completing duty

    A Fort Riley soldier who is guilty of aggravated assault will not face jail time until his military duties are complete, a judge ruled Tuesday morning in Riley County District Court. Sgt. Kevin Flynn, who was 26 at the time of .

  • MHS boys seek revenge against Trojans

    A year ago, the Topeka High Trojans beat the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team on its home floor to end its season in the first round of sub-state. On Jan. 9, the Trojans once again beat the Indians in what has .

  • MHS boys take first at Topeka quad

    Both Manhattan High bowling teams competed in a quadrangular meet at Gage Bowl in Topeka, with the boys taking first place and the girls finishing in second. The boys’ team had its strongest day of the season, rolling a 2,674 to .

  • Higher campaign limits are OK

    We wish Kansas Republicans and Democrats would find other issues to agree on as well, but we can’t fault representatives of the two political parties for wanting to increase the amount of money individuals can contribute to candidates for .

  • Is Obama even serious about confronting Islamic terror?

    To the Editor: The recent days of speeches, comments and actions from President Barack Obama and his administration regarding ISIL will go down in history as the most arrogant, delusional and incoherent period of Executive Branch communication in modern history .

  • ‘Kingsman’ another in a long line of spy spoofs G.w.clift1

    Spy movies have a historic problem. During their period of greatest popularity, the biggest (and most) movies about espionage were comedies and were usually send-ups of the spy movie genre itself. Consider all those Bond movies until about the time .

  • DICK RUSSELL

    Richard Harland “Dick” Russell, 88, of Manhattan, died Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan, as the result of injuries he sustained in an auto accident. Dick was born April 20, 1926, in Green. Memorial services will be held at 11 .

  • LEONA M. PORTER

    Leona M. Porter, 91, died on Thursday,  Feb. 12, 2015, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. Her family provided some of the following information. Leona was born on April 2, 1923, in Geary County, the daughter of John and Marie M. (O’.







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