As an ROTC student, Annette Gruenstern fell off an obstacle and then fell for the man who caught her. At the time, 1st Lt. Daniel Gruenstern was an enlisted soldier who decided to go to college to become an officer. Both were preparing to start
Wide receiver Tyler Lockett and defensive back Ty Zimmerman were named Kansas State’s 2013 offensive and defensive MVPs, while Weston Hiebert and Tramaine Thompson took special teams MVP honors during the Wildcats’ annual awards ceremony Friday night at McCain Auditorium. A product of Tulsa, Okla.,
When it comes to shooting the ball, the Kansas State men’s basketball team has been atrocious. The Wildcats might be fortunate to be 6-3 this season when a simple look at their shooting percentages and offensive numbers reveal just how bad they’ve been.
Manhattan High entered the final match of its dual with Abilene down one point with both teams vying for second place at the Manhattan Dual Tournament. The final stop on this back-and-forth tilt put 285-pound MHS freshman Eldon Picou against 285-pound Abilene sophomore Andy Tope.
SUNDAY Read to Dogs, 2-4 p.m. Read to a certified therapy dog. The dogs have been trained to listen, and they help children relax while reading. Avid readers welcome also. No sign up required. Manhattan Public Library Storytime Room. The Historic Columbian
To paraphrase one line from a very famous song: “You’ll want to be in that number…when the French go marching in.” A meeting 65 years in the making will take place when Gérard Torlotting visits the Clay County community of Morganville on Dec. 29,
The Kansas State track and field team closed out the weekend with a dominating performance on Saturday at the Winter Invitational in Ahearn Field House. For the day, the Wildcats set one international record, two school records and four meet records. Sophomore Sara Savatovic started
Two days, two games, two blowout wins. That pretty sums up the weekend road trip out west for the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team. After dominating Dodge City Friday night from start to finish, the Indians outscored Great Bend 47-20 in the second and third
Manhattan native Brock Everett will appear on Dan Patrick’s cable television show on Monday. The show, which airs on the NBC Sports Network — channel 78 on the local Cox Communications system — will be shown at 8 a.m. Everett, who graduated from Manhattan High in 1986 and
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