Various groups of children have been visiting the museum to tour the exhibit “Igniting the Senses,” which opened June 6 and will continue through Oct. 5.
The Special Troops Battalion, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, led by Lt. Col. Dana Stowell, took the week’s top prize.
This year’s route totals 555 miles and started at the Colorado border in the southwest corner of Kansas near Elkhart on June 7. Bikers will wrap up their journey on Saturday.
The win gave Manhattan (3-3) third place at the 22nd annual Tournament of Champions.
The event is intended to showcase farm-fresh Kansas foods prepared and served in a rustic setting.
There were about 25 neighborhood parties for the event in its 14th year, which is sponsored by The Mercury.
Manhattan area children are learning about all things artistic at Camp MAC 2014 this summer.
Bite Out of the Lil’ Apple tournament on Saturday in Wamego.
4-Hers arrived Tuesday and had a full week of fun ahead of them with classes, swimming, a dance and a talent show. They’re staying in K-State dorms for the week, getting a taste of college life.
While it wasn’t the trophy they wanted to be playing for, the Indians refocused and got the job done against the Grizzlies, beating them 3-1 to bring home third place.
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