• Trapp leads MHS in rout of T-Birds

    TECUMSEH — Following Manhattan High’s 47-0 drubbing of Shawnee Heights in Friday night’s season opener, head coach Joe Schartz couldn’t really put his finger on just exactly why the Indians were so dominant. Eventually, he settled on two .

  • KSU women’s golf opens season at home

    The Kansas State women’s golf team opens its season at home Monday, as the Wildcats will compete in the Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational that runs through Tuesday at the par-72, 6,243-yard Colbert Hills Golf Course. Consisting of 36 holes in .

  • Falcons shutout Wabaunsee, 28-0

    At Riley, the Falcons opened their season with a 28-0 victory over the Wabaunsee Chargers Friday night, keeping the shutout intact through all four quarters and moving to 1-0 on the season. Riley County had a 20-0 lead at halftime .

  • Wakefield 54, BV-Randolph 8

    At Randolph, Wakefield took a 32-8 halftime lead and the game was called midway through the fourth quarter as the Bombers scored 22-unanswered points in the second half to run away with the victory. Chase Carey finished with 58 yards and .

  • Centralia 35, Valley Heights 20

    At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights took a 6-0 lead into the second quarter but allowed the Panthers to score 21 unanswered points before halftime before ultimately losing in both teams’ season openers Friday night. Valley Heights scored a pair of TDs .

  • Frankfort 36, Clifton-Clyde 28

    At Frankfort, the Wildcats squeaked out a win over Clifton-Clyde in both teams’ season opener Friday night to move to 1-0 on the season. Scoring information and individual statistics were not made available. Frankfort hosts perennial power Hanover next week..

  • K-State Salina lecture series features former Gov. Carlin

    SALINA — As the components of higher education, such as state funding, tuition costs and curriculum demands, continue to vary each year in Kansas, questions about the importance of a college degree are growing. Kansas State University Salina’s latest installment .

  • High schools students to learn about college at ‘Just For Juniors’

    High school juniors from Manhattan and the surrounding area will have a chance to learn firsthand about college life at the K-State Alumni Association’s Just For Juniors event Sept. 28 at the K-State Alumni Center, 100 Alumni Center, 1720 Anderson Ave. Registration .

  • K-State showcase goes to KC area

    High school students from the Greater Kansas City area are invited to learn more about college life with the help of Kansas State University. K-State Celebrates, a showcase for future students, will be Wednesday at the Ritz Charles in Overland .


    Donald L. Hyde, 64, of St. George, died Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015, at the Via Christi Hospital in Manhattan. He was born on Oct. 26, 1950, in Manhattan, the son of Stanley and Eva (Allen) Hyde. Complete obituary information and service times are pending and .

  • Jay Leno, Maker Faire, Color Run and more

    SUNDAY Grandparents’ and Enrichment Day, 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Grandparents admitted free this day with a paid child’s admission. Tour the animal exhibits to see firsthand how keepers use enrichment to ensure our animal collection stays active and .

  • Fashion novice hits campus to report on fall trends

    Ahh, college: the blissful bubble that acts as a veritable city within a city. An entire civilization exists on the campus of Kansas State University, with its own rules of fashion and attire. Gone are the days when I was .


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