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  • MHS girls advance to MAC semis, beat Hornets

    MCPHERSON — The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team had no trouble advancing past Valley Center in its tournament opener at the Mid-America Classic on Thursday, defeating the Hornets, 57-37. The Indians were never in serious danger of losing to the Hornets, .

  • Preschoolers meet native animals at FHDC on state’s 154th birthday Kansas2.phatch

    Preschoolers petted their way through the Kansas Day celebration at the Flint Hills Discovery Center on Thursday. The center honored the state’s 154th birthday at its third-annual Kansas Day learning exploration with about 90 young students. The event also helped .

  • Principals plead to keep at-risk programs

    As budget cuts for USD 383 loom, two principals at Manhattan-Ogden schools asked the board of education Wednesday night to keep their at-risk programs safe. Elementary school principals from Woodrow Wilson, Marlatt, Lee, Ogden and Northview also updated the board about .

  • Commission begins accepting bids for fire station

    The Riley County Commission opened bids for a future county fire station on Thursday. The 6,000-square-foot Tuttle Creek Fire Station, 4520 Highway 13, is planned to replace the county’s current Tattarax and Tuttle Cove fire stations. Emergency management director Pat Collins .

  • 800-plus soldiers returning

    FORT RILEY — More than 800 1st Infantry Division soldiers are beginning their return trip to Fort Riley after an eight-month deployment. Soldiers from the 2nd Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team have begun the process of redeploying following .

  • Record high of 70 set on Wednesday

    Manhattan temperatures reached a record high of 70 for Jan. 28 on Wednesday. “It’s not normal,” Kansas State University climatologist Mary Knapp said. Knapp said temperatures in Manhattan have warmed up above 70 before in January. “It’s not unprecedented” for the .

  • Counties approve patch material for Belvue Bridge

    Commissioners from two counties agreed Monday to proceed with a new patching material for the Belvue Bridge — at least on a trial basis. Meeting in joint session Monday afternoon at Alma, Pottawatomie and Wabaunsee County Commissioners continued a discussion of .

  • Judge reduces man’s bond in Ogden burglary case

    A judge granted lower bond on Tuesday for a man allegedly involved in an Ogden laundromat burglary. Douglas Carson, 32, appeared in Riley County Court via video stream from the Riley County Jail and was represented by his attorney Danielle Wingfield .

  • Group gives update on agritourism progress

    Monty Wedel, planning/special projects director, said that the Riley County Agritourism Task Force is making progress on proposed agritourism regulations. He told Riley County Commissioners on Thursday that the task force will need at least one more meeting before .

  • ‘The Boy Next Door’ cheap looking, implausible G.w.clift1

    In the movie “The Boy Next Door,” Jennifer Lopez (remember her?) stars as a teacher of Classics at a public high school. When you get over all that is unlikely in that statement, we’ll go on to other implausibilities .

  • Candidates deserve thanks for running

    It’s easy to take for granted something that happened earlier this week: A pool of well-qualified candidates filed to run for local offices in the Manhattan area. It’s very good, and those candidates are to be thanked for .

  • MHS girls ready for Mac Classic Gbb2.phatch

    Manhattan High girls’ basketball coach Scott Mall knows his team will have its hands full as the defending champions this weekend in McPherson at the 20th annual Mid-America Classic. Coming in as the No. 3 seed, Manhattan (8-2, 4-2 Centennial) played .






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