• Rescue team saves canoeists on Kansas River

    Rescue crews saved two stranded canoeists on the Kansas River on Sunday after they were unable to reach their intended boat ramp. At approximately 9:45 p.m. Sunday, the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office received a report of two canoeists on .

  • Man sentenced to 5 years in prison for robbery

    A masked Manhattan man who stole an occupied vehicle in the HyVee parking lot was sentenced on Tuesday to five years in prison. Benjamin Abrams, 33, will serve 60 months for the Oct. 25 aggravated robbery where he used a gun to steal .

  • Mustangs rolling into state tourney

    WESTMORELAND — For many players on the Rock Creek baseball team, the state championship game is a familiar one. The Mustangs just played in the state basketball tournament this past March and are only a year removed from last year’s .

  • Indians 4th at state golf tournament

    Coming into Tuesday’s Class 6A state golf tournament in Hutchinson, Manhattan High boys’ coach Brad Ficke wanted his team to play relaxed and up to its potential. The Indians put forth one of its best efforts on the season, .

  • MHS soccer falls to Maize in quarterfinals

    While the Indians didn’t win them all, in each match this season leading up to Tuesday’s Class 6A quarterfinal, Manhattan High girls’ soccer coach Mike Sanchez has felt his team was right in the mix. Tuesday’s season-ending .

  • Change will depend on Republicans

    A petition containing 38,000 signatures on some 3,600 pages sounds impressive, no matter what it’s for or against. But the one taking issue with Gov. Sam Brownback’s policies and that was taken to the Statehouse Friday didn’t have nearly .

  • We can’t expect others to always believe as we do

    To the Editor: In “Prometheus Rising,” Robert Anton Wilson talks a lot about belief systems. We all have them, we all believe things that may or may not be true. Most of what we believe is harmless. My opinion is .

  • VIOLA M. BOYCE

    Viola Marie (Berggren) Boyce, 88, of Wamego, died Tuesday, May 26, 2015, at the Valley Vista Good Samaritan Society in Wamego. The family provided some of the following information. She was born Sept. 6, 1926, in rural Riley County to Arthur and Philynda (Laird) Berggren. .

  • ROBERT C. GILLIFORD

    Robert C. Gilliford, 96, died Tuesday, May 26, 2015, at Stormont-Vail Healthcare in Topeka. He was born April 9, 1919, the son of Charles J. and Lydia (Currie) Gilliford. Graveside service information and a complete obituary will be released later by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home 1616 .

  • K-State officially adds Lanie Page

    Kansas State women’s basketball head coach Jeff Mittie announced Wednesday morning the signing of incoming freshman Lanie Page to a National Letter of Intent (NLI) during the spring signing period. Page will join her older sister, Kaylee, on the .

  • Hungarian star signs letter of intent with K-State volleyball

    Kansas State volleyball head coach Suzie Fritz announced Tuesday that Zsofia Gyimes — the 2014 Hungarian Junior Female Player of the Year — will join the Wildcats starting in the 2015 season. Gyimes, who will arrive at K-State as a freshman, was recognized by .

  • 50 years on, K-State ceremony honors Vietnam veterans Vietnam2.phatch

    Ron Trewyn said on Monday that Memorial Day is intended to recognize everyone who made the ultimate sacrifice while serving in America’s armed forces throughout the nation’s history. But Monday’s ceremony at Kansas State University recalled the .





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