Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Photo Galleries
  • Flooding in Manhattan

    Heavy rains Monday caused flooding in several areas of Manhattan.

  • After hours

    The quiet of K-State at night contrasts activity of daytime on campus. The buildings with their lights on act as beacons, lighting the pathways ahead. The campus is calm, peaceful, almost at rest.

  • Rivalry rarity

    The Indians had not previously lost a game to the Blue Jays since 2008, spanning 14 games.

  • Once, twice, sold

    It’s Thursday evening, the night before an auction, and cattle are beginning to arrive. Manhattan Commission Company already smells like livestock.

  • K-State baseball: Punchless

    TCU pitcher Preston Morrison pitched a complete-game shutout, holding the Wildcats to four hits and two walks while striking out six in a 9-0 win for the Horned Frogs.

  • MHS Baseball vs. Shawnee Heights

    The Indians were swept, with the Thunderbirds winning the first game, 7-3, and run-ruling MHS in six innings in Game 2, 16-8.

  • Missed chance

    The Mountaineers (18-11, 4-5) came through in the clutch when K-State couldn’t.

  • Doggone agile

    Charles Kramer, now retired from the department of biology at K-State, first became involved with training when his now-grown daughters, Lisa and Lou, were around 6 and 8 years old.

  • Song & Dance

    MHS Thespians performed ‘Salute to Broadway’ at Rezac Auditorium Friday night.

  • The airport’s new terminal

    Airport Director Peter Van Kuren says passengers are happy with the updated terminal.

  • Missouri 67, K-State 48

    The Wildcats went scoreless for nearly 10 minutes in the second half and watched their former conference rival unload from long range to fuel a game-deciding 27-3 run.

  • Prairie ballet

    There’s a love story behind the love story of prairie chickens on display at the Flint Hills Discovery Center.

  • On the vine

    Growing the wine industry in Kansas takes hard work, a large investment and plenty of patience, but instructors at Highland Community College in Wamego are teaching locals how to do it.

  • Friday night fights

    Horacio Escobar and Nicholas Garrett, from Manhattan, squared off in the first co-main event of the night, with Escobar keeping the upper hand most of the match.

  • K-State 86, Akron 68

    With the win, K-State (19-13) advances to play former Big Eight and Big 12 foe Missouri (18-13) in another home game on Sunday at 2 p.m.

Terms of Service | Privacy Policy | The Manhattan Mercury, 318 North 5th Street, Manhattan, Kansas, 66502 | Copyright 2012

Reproduction of any kind is prohibited without written consent.