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.
The Manhattan Area Garden tour, organized by the Riley County Master Gardeners and K-State Research and Extension, shows a variety of plants grown by residents of the area.
High school track & field state championship.
Fifteen senior from Flint Hills Christian School in Manhattan graduated in a ceremony on May 17.
Speakers for the ceremony included valedictorians Kenan Bitikofer and Sarah Featherstone, salutatorian Hannahlea DeWitt and commencement speaker Richard Brusk.
For the Indians, everything was a struggle against Blue Jays’ starter Will Ervin, who pitched a complete game while scattering four hits and allowing just one run.
25 World War II and Korean War veterans, along with 25 student chaperons, visited national monuments including the World War II Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, the Tomb of the Unknowns and Arlington National Cemetery, just to name a few.
The Indians battled, but ultimately came up short against the Junior Blues, losing 2-1 to end their season and break up a 12-game winning streak.
Although a somber ceremony honoring fallen veterans, it provided a chance for families from young children to grandparents to remember the sacrifices of others.
The town was alive with crowds of people young and old enjoying a gathering that was at the same time unique and textbook small-town Americana.
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