• Self blasts security efforts in court rush

    As the final seconds ticked away and Kansas State fans ran on to the court, Kansas coach Bill Self said some of his players came under fire. Video showed a fan running directly at Kansas forward Jamari Traylor and slamming .

  • Wildcats finish 12th in Arizona

    PEORIA, Ariz. — The Kansas State women’s golf team finished 12th with a 26-over par 890 on Monday in the Westbrook Invitational at the par-72, 6,269-yard Vistas Course. The Wildcats tallied 10 birdies on the day en route to a 16-over 294, improving .

  • Mental health money shrinking

    Pawnee Mental Health is now a smaller organization than it was eight years ago because of funding cuts, its director said Monday. Pawnee director Robbin Cole updated Riley County commissioners on the local impact of reduced state funding and concerns .

  • K-State announces record enrollment for spring semester

    Spring enrollment at Kansas State University’s Manhattan campus is at an all-time high, and the diversity of the campus’s student body continues to grow, according to a report from the university. For spring 2015, the Manhattan campus enrollment is 20,038, .

  • Weather affecting Dallas flights

    Winter weather reaching as far south as Dallas caused several flight delays and cancelations at the Manhattan Regional Airport on Monday. The wintry mix, steering clear of Kansas and affecting most of Oklahoma and Texas, caused two departures and two .

  • Manhattan native walks red carpet at the Oscars Coleman a1.phatch

    In the theater audience for Sunday night’s Oscars in Los Angeles: A Manhattan guy. Mike Coleman, a native of Manhattan, got one of the 3,400 seats at the movie industry’s biggest event of the year. He and his wife .

  • Builders association head strives for integrity in construction, life Neighor.phatch

    Many creative people attach some sort of signature or symbol to their work to let people know it’s theirs. Brad Hartenstein, executive officer of the Flint Hills Area Builders Association, has his own calling card. It’s just a .

  • Transmission line to follow existing route

    Westar Energy last week filed an application with the Kansas Corporation Commission, designating its “preferred route” for construction of a new transmission line from Jeffrey Energy Center to its east Manhattan substation. In general, the “preferred route” for the new 345.

  • Eco-devo money focus of Tuesday work session

    The Manhattan City Commission on Tuesday will examine the city’s use of economic development funds. The work session starts at 5 p.m. at City Hall. Voters passed this current half-cent sales tax initiative for economic development funds in 2012. Of .

  • 1 dead in Geary County rollover

    A single-vehicle rollover accident Sunday morning in Geary County left one person dead when the driver of a car failed to stop at a dead end and drove off the road. Ronald E. Stump Jr., 35, Belleville, was driving a 2015 Chevy .

  • MHS’ Wagner invited to Shrine Bowl

    Manhattan High senior Colton Wagner, an offensive tackle for the Manhattan High football team as well as a state-qualifying shot-putter for the track and field team, was invited to participate in this summer’s 42nd-annual Kansas Shrine Bowl. The game .

  • MHS offers well conceived version of ‘Leaving Iowa’

    About 10 years ago, Jeff Daniels’ Purple Rose Theater Company in Michigan produced a new play called “Leaving Iowa.” The entertainment generated some buzz, and there have been new productions of it from California to New York. This year Manhattan High’.


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