There’s a love story behind the love story of prairie chickens on display at the Flint Hills Discovery Center.
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.
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.
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.
The Flint Hills Discovery Center’s Adventure Camp gave local kids a place to go during the day while they’re on spring break from classes this week.
Celtic music blasted from the float’s speakers. Six kids, dressed appropriately for the occasion, were perched on hay bales in the center of their float. Some of them tossed candy.
Scott Bean, a research chemist with the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture who moonlights as a professional landscape photographer, is one of thousands to take advantage of technological advances which enable nighttime photography like never before.
The Longhorns had every bit as much talent in the post along with a set of quick guards that created a balanced game that ultimately ended in favor of Holcomb, as Rock Creek fell one game short in its quest for a Class 4A-Division II state title,
324 Speakeasy opened last week in Manhattan, evoking the glamour of the Jazz Age and re-creating the clandestine thrill of Prohibition-era drinking.
Wade, a 6-foot-8 forward, committed to play for Kansas State last August, fulfilling a childhood dream to play for his favorite school. In November, he made it official by signing his National Letter of Intent.
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