Attendees browse a booth for Custom Wood Products during the annual Flint Hills Home Show on Saturday morning at the National Guard Armory in Manhattan. The show continues from
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Assistant coach Tony Ingram and Luke Saville celebrate after a sub-state championship win. Manhattan defeated Washburn Rural, 47-45, on Friday night to move on to the state tournament next week in Wichita.
Diesel is a rodeo dog from Garden City. His favorite activity is traveling with his owner Cody Gillette. Diesel is a 2-year-old border collie/Australian shepherd mix. He enjoys rides in the truck, sandwiches and roaming around trailers and horses.
Amy Reid speaks to students at Bergman Elementary on Wednesday afternoon. Reid was there to teach the kids about the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and how donations can help people like her son, Tate, who was diagnosed with leukemia in 2015.
Manhattan High junior Anna Washburn and senior Grant Williams dance to a jazz band on Wednesday morning in the commons area during the school’s Harlem Renaissance celebration.
Rebecca Frakes poses for a portrait outside Seven Dolors Catholic Church on Wednesday morning.
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MHS wins state wrestling title
Manhattan High School wrestlers pose with the Kansas Class 6A championship trophy at the state wrestling meet in Park City. The Indians notched 170 team points to top second place Haysville- Campus’ 148.5.
From left, Blaine Cash, Usha Redi, Ernest Wilhoite, Lorenzo Whilhoite, Kayla Wilhoite, Izeyah Wilhoit, Knylah Wilhoite, Elijah Wilhoite, Ron DeChant, Cameron Ward and Michael Ide break ground for 1026 Yuma, the first Habitat for Humanity house is Manhattan in nearly 10 years. The ceremony also kicked off Rock the Block Manhattan, in 2017 Habitat for Humanity will team up with Heritage Builders to help repair the exteriors of homes for owners on Yuma and surrounding streets.
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