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  • KSU band controversy was a tempest in a teapot

    To the Editor: I cannot by the wildest stretch of imagination see anything phallic in the formation undertaken by the KSU Marching Band at halftime of the first home game. Frankly, I can’t see the Starship Enterprise either. I .

  • Kansas music maker puts twist on classic story

    It is a classic American story: Country boy works hard on his music, goes to Nashville and finds success and love. We’ve seen that movie before. Today, we’ll learn about a different version of this story. Instead of .

  • Kiwanis grateful for support of club’s recent ‘Peanut Day’

    To the Editor: The 2015 Manhattan Kiwanis Club Peanut day was a success. Thank you to the following contributors: Kansas State Bank, Myers Insurance Agency, Steve’s Floral, Kistner’s Flowers, Briggs Auto Group, Stewart Advisory Services, UMB Bank and Yor-gensen-Meloan-Londeen .

  • Europe faces challenge of historic proportions

    Germany continues to occupy center stage in one of Europe’s greatest human disasters since World War II. But all of Europe is being pushed to open borders to refugees from the Middle East and Africa. In 2014, Germany absorbed 200,000 Middle .

  • Now is the time to fertilize Greggeyestone1

    Lawn grasses require some fertilizer every year to keep them strong and actively growing. A healthy lawn adds value to your home, keeps weeds out and improves the quality of the environment. These healthy lawns filter out air pollution, slow .

  • Wildcats slow Roadrunners to a crawl and earn 30-3 victory at Alamodome

    SAN ANTONIO — Joe Hubener started for the first time and running back Justin Silmon scored his first-career touchdown, but it was a play from linebacker Will Davis that was the story of the game. With Kansas State leading by four .

  • Manhattan routs Seaman, 49-21

    The Manhattan High football team picked up right where it left off in last week’s dominant win, defeating the Seaman Vikings 49-21 in a game that was never close. The Indians took a 42-0 halftime lead behind a 35-point .

  • Riley County Attorney’s Office Calendar

    Monday, September 7, 2015 LABOR DAY – OFFICE CLOSED Tuesday, September 8, 2015 9:00 – BCF 9:00 Ball, Ralph Status (15 TR 1010 DUI) BCF III 9:00 Branam, Demarco PLEA (15 CR 464 Fail to Register x 3) KSL III 9:00 Branam, Demarco PLEA (15 CR 176 Veh Burg, etc) KSL III 9:00 Brownless, Brandie Bond Fort. Hrg (15 .

  • Former K-State star Joe Hall recalls growing up in Los Angeles Joe hall4.mercury

    Seeing “Straight Outta Compton” was a full-circle moment for Joe Hall. The standout former Kansas State running back, a native of Compton, California, went to see the film in Manhattan on its opening day. He brought his mom, who happened .

  • Fort Riley honors victims of 9/11, War on Terror Memorial.mercury

    FORT RILEY — Fourteen years after the terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 Americans, soldiers and their families gathered to honor the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001, and the U.S. Army’s efforts to fight terrorism in the years since. Standing in .

  • Storm downs trees, knocks out power to 5,000 Storm.mercury

    Approximately 5,000 customers, mostly in central Manhattan, lost power during the peak of Thursday evening’s rainfall, according to Westar Energy. Westar Energy spokesperson Yvonne Etzel said Westar received the first call about 7:45 p.m. with the majority of power restored .

  • Why don’t bank signs display the same temperature?

    Q: Banks and other businesses have “time and temperature” signs all over town, but it seems like they can never agree on what the temperature actually is. What gives? A: After a brief jaunt through town in the “I Wondermobile,” .


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