• Ex-Iraqi interpreter now a US citizen Neighbor horz.phatch

    Having felt that his life was in danger for six years during the Iraq war, Ayad Ahmed says he has felt safe since he moved to Manhattan in 2009. And just a few months ago, on Nov. 14, 2014, Ahmed became an American .

  • DENNIS SWOBODA

    Dennis Michael Swoboda, 60, of Commerce City, Colo., formerly of Hanover, died Wednesday, March 4, 2015, at St. Joseph Hospital in Denver, Colo. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 14, 2015, at St. John’s Catholic Church in Hanover. Visitation .

  • Two Kansas cattle trails closer to national recognition

    WICHITA — The possible national designation of two Kansas cattle trails is a step closer to reality. The Chisholm and Great Western trails have been studied by the federal government since 2009, when Congress directed the secretary of the Interior to evaluate .

  • ‘Unfinished Business’ not great, but not half bad G.w.clift1

    The new comedy film playing out at the 12-plex is “Unfinished Business.” It stars the declining Vince Vaughn. But it isn’t quite like what one thinks of when one thinks of the usual Vince Vaughn movie. Remember his last .

  • Wildcats finish sweep of Santa Clara

    A week after being by swept by Cal in a series hastily scheduled in on the road because Tointon Family Stadium was covered in snow, the Kansas State baseball team finally opened the season in front of a home crowd .

  • 3 Wildcats recognized by Big 12

    Three Kansas State players were selected All-Big 12 Honorable Mention as the league office announced its annual men’s basketball awards on Sunday. Sophomore Marcus Foster and seniors Thomas Gipson and Nino Williams each were given nods to the honorable mention .

  • Cats tied for 3rd place in Oklahoma

    OPELIKA, Ala. — On a warm Sunday at the par 72, 7,149-yard Grand National Lake Course, the Kansas State men’s golf team finished the first round of the Tiger Invitational tied for third place after carding a 7-over par 295. Junior Seth .

  • Faux celebration starts in neighborhoods, moves to Aggieville Fake1.phatch

    One thing college students apparently are eager to get up early for is Fake Patty’s Day. “It’s Fake Patty’s Day!” a man’s voice proclaimed Saturday announcing the commencement of the annual faux holiday celebration to the .

  • City, county applying for $25M HUD grant

    Perhaps that frightening yearly wait to see if the waters of Wildcat Creek might once again rip through people and property on the west side of Manhattan could be coming to an end. Perhaps. In a situation that seems as .

  • Airport officials unveil new terminal Airport1.phatch

    Commercial plane passengers will experience new surroundings arriving and leaving Manhattan starting this week. The Manhattan Regional Airport had an open house Friday to celebrate the completion of the first phase of its two-phase passenger terminal expansion. Once both phases .

  • Police report 19 arrests at FPD briefing

    As of 8 p.m on Saturday, police had arrested 19 people during Fake Patty’s Day. “We’ve actually had a fairly good start to the day compared to last year and years past,” said Riley County police Public Information Officer .

  • Oral history project preserves memories of WWII vets Jimsharp.phatch

    As the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II approaches, a local resource offers a glimpse into the personal side of the war. As interest in the war and those who fought in it increases, a Riley County .





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