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  • Local |Business |Kansas State University | January 11, 2015

    Cholick proud of reaching goal as foundation CEO

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    After five years with the Kansas State University Foundation, its CEO and president, Fred Cholick, is retiring. “A lot of people have been asking, am I looking forward to it?” Cholick said. “No, I’m not looking forward to it, but I think I’m

  • Local |Kansas State University | January 11, 2015

    Globetrotters to play at Bramlage Thursday

    There’s still time to catch the ball-handling wizardry of the Harlem Globetrotters, who will face the Washington Generals in Manhattan on Thursday. Tickets are still available for the game, which will be at 7 p.m. at K-State’s Bramlage Coliseum. Tickets start at $22 and

  • Local |Business | January 11, 2015

    USD 383 included in textbook fraud suit

    The Kansas Attorney General has filed a lawsuit against a New Jersey man accused of sending fraudulent invoices to textbooks to hundreds of Kansas schools, including ones in Manhattan. USD 383 director of business service Lew Faust said USD 383 schools received seven or eight invoices in

  • January 11, 2015

    The Sharing Place offers helping hand to community

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    LOUISVILLE — So often it’s said that nothing is free, that everything has a price. But in rural Louisville, inside an old school building just north of Wamego, everything is free. Just drop in, look around, and if you find something you like, take it.

  • Men's Basketball | January 11, 2015

    Foster, Cats upend No. 16 Sooners in OT, 66-63

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    NORMAN, Okla. — When Kansas State needed a basket the most, Marcus Foster was there. With the game tied in overtime against No. 16 Oklahoma, Foster pulled up for a 3-pointer off the dribble and dropped it through for a 66-63 win on the road on Saturday.

  • Football | January 11, 2015

    Snyder plans to return in 2015

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    Bill Snyder might as well go for 200 career victories. The Hall of Famer said Friday morning that he intends to coach in 2015, perhaps putting an end to rumors of his imminent retirement. “When you’re 100 years old, things change rapidly, but I have no reason

  • Manhattan High School | January 11, 2015

    MHS girls defeat Topeka High, 57-32

    TOPEKA — Coming into Friday’s road matchup with Topeka High, the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team knew what it needed to do to come out with a win. The Trojans go as Adrianna Henderson goes, so stopping her had the attention of the entire Manhattan

  • Manhattan High School | January 11, 2015

    Free throws doom Indians in first loss

    TOPEKA — Perfection can be hard to follow. The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team learned that lesson the hard way Friday night, missing 10 free throws in a 57-46 loss to Topeka High just three days after a perfect night from the free-throw line and a win

  • January 11, 2015

    MHS bowlers begin season with new coach

    As the owner of Little Apple Lanes, Robert Regan has a vested interest in promoting bowling throughout the Manhattan area. But he says it’s his love for the sport of bowling that sealed his decision to take over for Chris George as head bowling

  • Manhattan High School | January 11, 2015

    Indians 5th at Salina South Invite

    Just two days after a down-to-the-wire dual win over Clay Center, the Manhattan High wrestling team came out wrestling strong against tough competition at the Salina South Invitational on Saturday After some confusion and late changes to the team scores, the Indians took fifth place


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