• Pokes rout K-State, 12-3

    STILLWATER, Okla. — The Kansas State baseball team was unable to overcome six two-out runs in the first inning by No. 12 Oklahoma State on Saturday as the Wildcats lost to the Cowboys, 12-3, at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium. After holding Oklahoma .

  • Indians fall at home to Blue Valley West, 3-2 1.phatch

    After blowing out Topeka High Thursday night at Bishop Stadium in its season opener, the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team found itself in a much closer battle Saturday afternoon against Blue Valley West. Ultimately, the Indians fell to the Jaguars 3.

  • Indians swim to 4th-place finish at Manhattan Invitational Bussman 200medley.phatch

    After back-to-back meets on back-to-back days, Manhattan head swimming and diving coach Jerry Carpenter and his team were exhausted by the end of Friday night’s Manhattan Invitational at the KSU Natatorium. Following a sixth-place finish on Thursday in Emporia, .

  • Wamego’s Page, Indians’ Mall take girls’ top honors Lpage.phatch

    While this season’s Flint Hills area girls’ basketball teams didn’t find as much success in the win/loss column as the unprecedented year before, the area still featured tons of talent and the drive to win despite a .

  • MHS’ McAtee, Mustangs’ Johnston headline boys’ picks

    Two boys’ basketball programs in the All-Flint Hills region put together outstanding seasons in 2014-15, so it’s fitting that each of them will come away from banner years with major awards. Pierson McAtee of Manhattan High captured the Mercury’.

  • LUCILLE J. HINKLE

    Lucille J. Hinkle, 92, of Greenleaf, died Thursday, March 26, 2015, at Legend at Capital Ridge Assisted Living in Topeka. Survivors include three children: Diana (Buck) Ellis of Auburn, Ronnie (Lori) Hinkle of Waterville and Roger (LaVerna) Hinkle of Manhattan; 12 grandchildren, and 17 great-grandchildren. .

  • Misguided bill warns Supreme Court

    The Kansas Legislature, especially the conservative Republican bloc that controls it, has been unhappy with the Kansas Supreme Court for a number of years. School finance has been the chief, but not the only, source of tension. Supreme Court rulings .

  • Negro League history, Messiah Chorus and more

    TODAY KSU American Red Cross Club’s Run for the Red 5K, 9:30 a.m. Sign up at runsignup.com/Race/KS/Manhattan/RunfortheRed5K.   Riley County Genealogy Society Lecture: “The Exodus of German Russian Mennonites to Kansas” by Elizabeth .

  • Ishiguro’s ‘The Buried Giant’ a fable for our times Marcia.allen1

    I just finished reading Kazuo Ishiguro’s new novel, “The Buried Giant,” and I was stunned by the superb quality of the writing, and the subtle levels of meaning within the story. I am sure I will return to this .

  • Local named to KSU Student Alumni Board

    Julia Satzler, Manhattan is one of 19 new members of Kansas State University’s Student Alumni Board, a group of approximately 40 students who promote and serve the university and the K-State Alumni Association. SAB works to enhance the K-State experience by .

  • Wamego twins receive K-State scholarships

    Kansas State University awarded twins Abigail and Adam Condrey its Putnam Scholarship and Foundation Plus Scholarship, respectively, during ceremonies on Feb. 27. The Putnam award is $36,000 and the Foundation Plus award is for $14,500. Pat Bosco, vice president for student life and .

  • Local JCPenney store wins award

    Manhattan’s JCPenney store won the Founder’s Award, the company’s highest distinction for leadership excellence. J. C. Penney Company, Inc. honored its top performing stores at a special leadership conference in Dallas on March 25. Only 104 of approximately 1,060 stores, .





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