Thursday, February 23, 2017



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  • BOOK SALE
    Books

    Books are sorted into categories and stored in the basement of the library in preparation for Manhattan Public Library’s annual book sale, which begins on Friday. Friends of the Library sort the books throughout the year as donations come in. Last year’s sale raised more than $10,000 for the library.

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  • FOGGY MORNING
    Foggymorning

    A layer of fog covers Manhattan Tuesday morning in this view from Top of the World Park.

  • SPRING PREP
    Springprep

    Bob Odle, left, cuts down tall grass in front of K-State’s engineering complex while Randy Hobbs waits to rake up the clippings. The K-State workers trimmed the grass to allow it to grow in “nice and green” in the spring and summer, Hobbs said.

  • HANGING ON
    Rodeo

    State rodeo team member Dixon Winn rides a bull Friday night at Weber Arena on campus. The finals of the K-State Rodeo start at 1 p.m. Sunday.

  • SADDLING UP
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    Competitors prepare for weekend events at K-State Rodeo

  • STAR catchers
    Starcatchers

    Manhattan High students Samuel Clark and Adelaide Bliss perform during the final dress rehearsal of “Peter and the Starcatcher.” The play, which provides background on “Peter Pan,” will be held in Rezac Auditorium.

  • PARK WALK
    Parkwalk

    Joe Koelhe plays with his dog Piper at Anneberg Park on Wednesday morning. Koelhe recently adopted Piper from a shelter in Kansas City.

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  • COVERED TREATS
    Chocolate

    Hazel Hill Chocolate prepared hundreds of chocolate-covered strawberries in preparation for Valentine’s Day.

  • CLASS STRUGGLE
    Tug

    Manhattan High School seniors take on a group of freshman boys in tug-of-war during halftime of the MHS boys basketball game on Friday night. The event was part of winter homecoming festivities. The seniors pulled their way to victory.

  • WINTER ROYALTY
    Winterroyalty

    Gigi McAtee and Isaac Sorell were named winter homecoming king and queen at Manhattan High School on Friday between the Indians’ basketball games against Emporia.

  • Taste test
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  • GIFT SEARCH
    Giftsearch

    Tyler Cribbs, a K-State graduate student, browses the pottery at the Potter’s Guild Valentine’s Day sale at Bosco Plaza on campus on Thursday morning.

  • CLASS TRIP
    Classtrip

    First-graders from Amanda Arnold Elementary view artwork at K-State’s Beach Museum of Art on Wednesday morning.

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  • DOUGH TOSS
    Doughtoss

    Zach Chappell tosses pizza dough on Tuesday morning at AJ’s Pizzeria in downtown Manhattan.

  • EARLY ARRIVALS
    Earlyarrivals

    K-State sophomores Denny Graham and Brice Valdez wait in line Monday morning at Bramlage Coliseum for the men’s basketball game against Kansas. The game starts at 8 p.m. They were the only fans in line at 10:15 a.m.

  • NBAF construction ‘on time, budget’ according to officials
    Nbaf2

    A rendering depicts the final plans for the federal lab.

  • Last hurrah
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    Strecker-Nelson Gallery owners sing ‘Swan Song’

  • TALLGRASS TALES
    Tallgrasstales

    Ivan Newton, a 2-year-old from Junction City, colors with crayons during Tallgrass Tales at the Flint Hills Discovery Center on Friday morning. This program connects kids to the Flint Hills by combining an activity and a story to help them learn about the culture and ecology around them.

  • MORNING MUSIC
    Music

    Fifth-graders, from left, Sydnee Sanders and Gabe Salvatierra perform during an orchestra concert on Thursday morning at Woodrow Wilson Elementary School. The concert was held for students and parents to celebrate the 100th day of school.

  • RILEY AT SUNSET
    Sunset

    The sun sets behind the Riley County High School football field on Tuesday.

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  • CIRCLE DRIVE
    Circledrive

    Construction workers pour concrete on Tuesday morning at the intersection of Scenic Drive and Anderson Avenue. Workers are installing a roundabout at the intersection.

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