If you’re looking for something different this year, try dressing pumpkins in neon tones lit with black lights.
The Sunset Zoo hosted a Spooktacular event inviting children and their parents to dress up in their Halloween costumes for games, trick-or-treating, costume judging contest, and fun at the zoo.
Manhattan High School hosted Topeka High in the opening of district play for the 2014 season. Manhattan suffered its first loss of the season losing 52-41. Manhattan is now 7-1.
Manhattan High School hosted a varsity tournament Tuesday evening against Lawrence High, Washburn Rural, and Hayden High. The event was also MHS senior night.
To become a Jedi, kids had to complete the obstacle course: swing or jump over lava, run through hurdles, crawl through a tunnel, toss a ball in a bucket, cross over a bridge, zig-zag through cones and hit the stormtrooper with a light saber.
The 1st ID Band has 41 members and averages more than 250 performances per year, and those performances are based largely on requests.
The 100th meeting of the Manhattan-Junction City rivalry had the look of a game from decades ago, as both teams played to their strengths and kept the ball on the ground.
Wamego High School hosted Concordia Friday night. The game came down to a final drive by Wamego who scored the game winning touchdown in the final minute of game play. Wamego is now 5-1 for the season. They will play Chapman next week.
The Riley County Police Department hosted a K-9 odor challenge for law enforcement departments across the state and some as far away as Iowa. The friendly competition tested the K-9’s skills to detect drugs and incendiaries. Over 20 teams joined for a speed challenge at the old Ray’s Apple Market Building.
After struggling against opponents’ service early in conference play, Wildcat liberos Kersten Kober, Gina Madonia and Sheridan Zarda helped K-State boast a 66-percent side-out rate against Iowa State.
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