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  • Volleyball | November 28, 2014

    Wildcats host Mountaineers on senior night

    Heading into the 2014 volleyball season Kansas State senior Chelsea Keating said this year’s senior class would be taking a different approach to leadership. “I try not to see it as my team,” Keating said during the Wildcats’ media day in August. “I think that’

  • Women's Basketball | November 28, 2014

    K-State women’s game vs. LSU cancelled

    PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico — The Kansas State women’s basketball team’s final game of the Hardwood Tournament of Hope against LSU was cancelled Thursday due to a facility conflict at the Puerto Vallarta International Convention Center. In addition to Thursday’s cancellation, the Wildcats’ game

  • Local | November 27, 2014

    NTSB: Bramlage had little experience with plane

    A Junction City businessman’s inexperience with the plane he was flying might have been a contributing factor in the crash that killed him and his five family members, according to a National Transportation Safety Board report. Ronald Bramlage, 45, and his family were returning to

  • Local |Business | November 27, 2014

    Volunteers prep dinner for 500-plus

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    Manhattan’s Old Chicago general manager Mike Rice was hard at work in the kitchen by 8 a.m. Thursday morning. He got there two hours earlier. When your restaurant is hosting a free community Thanksgiving dinner planned to feed more than 500 people later in the

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency | November 27, 2014

    Soldier’s bond set at $5M

    A Fort Riley soldier is facing a $5 million bond after being arrested by the Junction City Police Department in connection with distributing child pornography. Staff Sgt. James G. Henning, 40, Junction City, faces charges of sexual exploitation of a child, rape and aggravated sodomy. Henning made

  • Editorials | November 27, 2014

    Happy Thanksgiving

    It’s become difficult to even think about Thanksgiving without such thoughts being interrupted by the retail side of this unique holiday. Once, of course, there wasn’t much business conducted on Thanksgiving. Then Black Friday became big business. It became so big that it

  • Letters | November 27, 2014

    Shopping locally helps support our community

    To the Editor: Even though we grew up in small surrounding towns, we’ve always considered Manhattan our home.  While Manhattan has grown over the last 45 years, it still has that small town feel and appeal to everyone. It’s taken a lot of

  • Letters | November 27, 2014

    Enjoy an Optimist tree and support area youth

    To the Editor: The Manhattan Breakfast Optimist Club is continuing the annual tradition of selling Christmas trees and decorations. All proceeds benefit area youth and community projects. These projects include Optimist Ball Park, which is used by Optimist supported fast-pitch softball teams, the K-State fast-pitch

  • Obituaries | November 27, 2014

    GEORGE CRENSHAW

    George William Crenshaw, 91, of rural Manhattan, died Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014, at his home following a lengthy illness. Mr. Crenshaw was a cattleman of the Flint Hills with a well-known registered Angus herd, which he raised on his ranch, Shamrock Farms. He was born Aug. 6, 1923, near Attica,

  • Obituaries | November 27, 2014

    DONALD EDIGER

    Donald D. Ediger, 90,  Manhattan, died Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014, at Meadowlark Hills. Don was born on Feb. 26, 1924, in Clinton, Okla, to Jacob B. and Agatha (Regier) Ediger.  He served in the U.S. Army with the 298th Engineer Combat Battalion in Europe during World War


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