• Jellison: Weber not going anywhere Cut047joel.phatch

    Without a doubt, it’s been a disappointing season for the Kansas State men’s basketball program and its fans. Despite that, it appears that Bruce Weber will be back as head coach. The Wildcats had high expectations and even .

  • MHS girls lose state tourney opener

    WICHITA — While a semifinal berth at the Class 6A state tournament wasn’t to be, the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team battled the whole game against the Shawnee Mission Northwest Cougars Thursday afternoon. The Indians were sent home from the .

  • 3 people indicted in kidnapping, death

    TOPEKA — Three people were indicted Wednesday, each on a federal charge of kidnapping and killing a Junction City woman in 2014, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said. Larry L. Anderson, 26, Junction City, Maryssa A. Middleton, 23, Colorado, and Drexel Woody, 24, Fort Riley, .

  • Board gives final OK to mail-in election

    Voters will have their say in increasing USD 383’s taxing authority. The Manhattan-Ogden school board unanimously approved holding a mail-in ballot election, likely in early June, seeking voter approval for more taxing authority in its local option budget. Members delayed .

  • ‘Lost Boys’ grow up to become Fort Riley soldiers Dsc 0135.phatch

    A couple of decades ago they were shoeless and running from war in Southern Sudan, unsure if they’d live through the night. Now they’re U.S. citizens, college graduates and soldiers stationed at Fort Riley. Capt. Gabriel Deng .

  • Police seeking Fort Riley man in Ogden death Tierre wall mugshot.phatch

    Riley County police are searching for a Fort Riley man who they believe is responsible for the Tuesday shooting death of 27-year-old Casey Lindley of Ogden. Tierre Wall, 26, is wanted on an arrest warrant for voluntary manslaughter. According to Riley .

  • Regents approve K-State’s purchase of old Alorica building

    TOPEKA — Kansas State University can proceed with a plan to buy a building near the Manhattan airport as a place to house programs and staff affected by renovations on the main campus. The Kansas Board of Regents Wednesday unanimously approved .

  • Contractor issue closes bakery, deli at Fort Riley

    The deli, bakery and sushi bar at the commissary on Fort Riley are temporarily closed due to performance issues with a contractor, according to a press release. Officials with the Defense Commissary Agency recently announced a suspension of services at 22 .

  • County has bigger-than-expected surplus

    Riley County’s general fund ended 2014 with more than twice the surplus originally budgeted by commissioners last year, said Johnette Shepek, the county’s budget and finance officer. Speaking before the commission on Thursday, Shepek said the general fund, which .

  • Rock Creek opens tourney with easy win 3.phatch

    PARK CITY — After coming home following the opening-round of the state tournament a season ago, the Rock Creek Mustangs are making a weekend out of it this time around. The Mustangs showed why they entered the Class 4A-Div. II tournament .

  • Wade, St. John pound Ellis

    Kansas State signee Dean Wade and the St. John Tigers opened their title defense at the Class 2A state basketball tournament with a dismantling of seventh-seeded Ellis on Wednesday. St. John took a 72-22 lead into the fourth quarter before .

  • Washington Co. 71, South Gray 57

    The Washington County Tigers needed a strong fourth quarter to pull away from third-seeded South Gray and score the upset win in the 2A quarterfinals. After trailing by three at halftime, the Tigers won the back-and-forth game with a strong .


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