On Sept. 20, 2014, Paxico held it’s 11th Annual Blues Festival in downtown Paxico. It featured five bands with 90 minute sets each to provide great music, along with a food court, and several antique shops to fulfill any antique shopper’s dream.
Festivities featured entertainment, magicians, beer, a bouncy house, a car show, a street dance and a mini “Maker Faire.”
Aggieville presents a challenge for the RCPD that is different from the challenges of many other college towns.
Trujillo sent a 28-yard field goal through the uprights as time expired to complete the rally on homecoming night.
The Rams were looking for their first win of the season against another struggling team in Tescott, but it seemed like nothing would go their way.
If K-State’s first series of the game was any indication, the 20th-ranked Wildcats were in for one heck of a long night.
Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014, Manhattan High School hosted Clay Center and Rossville High Schools for volleyball competition. MHS went undefeated winning each game 2-0 respectively.
On Monday afternoon, workers were laying down the last of the carpet, installing doors and wrapping up tile work. Furniture waited for placement.
The run is known for the colorful powder launched at participants during the race by organizers and by the runners themselves at the finish line.
On the Spot Improv offers students a chance to work as a team to make its audience laugh with their quick wit.
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