The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team knocked off the previously-undefeated Shawnee Heights Thunderbirds on Tuesday night, 55-53, claiming a share of first place in the Centennial League in the process. Manhattan led most of the game but could never quite .
The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team moved into a tie for first place in the Centennial League standings with a win over Shawnee Heights Tuesday night, 50-35. Manhattan outscored the Thunderbirds in each of the first three quarters, including a 16.
JUNCTION CITY — The community surrounding Fort Riley gave a big red welcome to visiting Army officials during a listening session held Monday afternoon in Junction City. On hand were more than 2,000 attendees, Gov. Sam Brownback, most of the Kansas congressional .
Pottawatomie County may soon be looking for a legal remedy to trash and junk-filled properties in the county. The issue was discussed briefly Monday when Scott Schwinn, county sanitarian, told county commissioners he had received complaints about the accumulation of .
If Manhattan High is going to be a factor in either the boys’ or girls’ Centennial League races through the end of February, winning tonight’s games against Shawnee Heights is pivotal. Both Indian squads are a game behind the .
Geoffrey Canada likes to experiment. It was his experimentation in education that won him recognition for his efforts to “save children” in Harlem. “All I wanted to do was save my kids in Harlem and I didn’t think anyone .
A search warrant on Thursday helped lead to the arrest of three people who vandalized buildings in Manhattan, Kansas State University and Pottawatomie County. Since October 2014, more than 25 buildings have been vandalized with spray paint. Riley County police estimate damage .
Glenn Walter Lake, 79, of Manhattan, died Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015, at Stormont-Vail Health Center in Topeka. Glenn was born on July 28, 1935, in Geary County, the son of Charles and Rachel Schiller Lake. He married Glenna Zieber on Sept. 3, 1961, in Alta Vista. Glenn .
Manhattan native Mike Bammes has been named head wrestling coach at Barton County Community College. Bammes will the first coach in the program’s history in Great Bend after spending the last two years as a graduate assistant at Fort .
Let’s not legitimize speeding in Kansas — on interstates, other divided highways or on two-lane highways. Particularly on two-lane highways. A couple of legislators from small central Kansas towns, one in Russell County and another in Rooks County, have proposed .
William Wiske, 30, of Wamego, died Friday, Feb. 6, 2015, in a work-related accident. He was born March 1, 1984, in Medicine Lodge. He was the son of Bill and Cheryl (Smith) Wiske. William is survived by his parents; fiancee Dakota and son Jaxxson Baker; .
Helen Rae Fleming Koppenheffer, 79, of Wamego, died Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015, at Valley Vista Good Samaritan Center. Helen was born April 27, 1935. She was the daughter of Clifford and Margaret Schumacher Julien. She married Verne “PJ” Fleming on Nov. 14, 1953. He died on Aug. 13, 1983. .
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