• Baseball season still going strong

    Congratulations to the Kansas City Royals. They’re in the American League playoffs for the second consecutive year, and unlike last year, when they entered through the side door, this year they’ve made themselves the team to beat. On .

  • Via Christi is limiting but not halting PCI

    To the Editor: Thank you for running the information Via Christi Hospital sent out about no longer providing primary coronary intervention (PCI) for patients experiencing a STEMI (ST Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction) heart attack. We would like to clarify that .

  • Profanity not good; dissing Jayhawks taboo

    To the Editor: Regarding the letter writer whose daughters transferred out of K-State due to persistently offensive and sexually suggestive language by faculty members… I can’t believe the incidents were that serious because we have all recently seen how .

  • Big 12 admits officiating error in K-State loss at Oklahoma State

    The final score will stand — a 36-34 loss for Kansas State — but nonetheless, the Big 12 Conference admitted fault in a first-down-and-distance snafu on Saturday in Stillwater, Okla. Late in the second quarter, Oklahoma State was called for holding on first-and-10 .

  • KSU football player Cre Moore arrested Sunday

    K-State football player Cre Moore was arrested early Sunday morning by Riley County Police. Moore, age 20, 2809 Blakewood Place, is a sophomore cornerback for K-State. He was arrested for driving under the influence and possession of a depressant at 3:26 a.m. .

  • Habitat volunteers help family build dream Habitat1.mercury

    ST. GEORGE — When 10-year-old Jose Berumen moves into his family’s new house, he’s going to have his own room and his own gecko. The building they live in now doesn’t allow any pets, but that’s going .

  • Local officials visit Columbia

    Local officials recently crossed state lines to get ideas for improving Manhattan. The Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce organized a visit to Columbia, Missouri, on Wednesday and Thursday for a group of 34 people to learn about how Columbia has handled .

  • Manhattan RadioShack changing name to Gizmoe’s after 43 years Beer.mercury

    The local RadioShack is now Gizmoe’s. Owner Frank Beer announced Friday that his Manhattan store, which has operated under the RadioShack banner for 43 years, is shifting to the new name because of what he called “continued issues” surrounding the .

  • Mason a finalist for chancellor at UA Fayetteville April mason.mercury

    K-State provost and senior vice president April Mason recently was named one of three finalists for the position of chancellor at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. The university named recently narrowed the search for someone to fill its top .

  • Discovering Scotland Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    Scotland is hot these days. Feel free to stop with that weird expression. No, I’m not suggesting that global warming has turned the Highlands into Maui with better whiskey. I’m saying “hot” as in popular. We’re talking .

  • K-State common book shows importance of choices

    “The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates” is a book about two men whose strikingly parallel childhoods lead them down divergent paths. Their stories begin with a shared name and birthdays less than a year apart. Both boys were .

  • Indians slow down West passing attack, rout Chargers, 50-7 Mhs21 2.mercury

    Facing an offense that likes to throw the ball, Manhattan High tightened up its coverage and contained the pass game in a 50-7 win over Topeka West on Friday at Bishop Stadium. The Chargers, who threw as many as 50 times .


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