Blame it on the blazing sun and its heat or tradition; people came prepared to show off their goods…or for some, their lack of.
Country Stampede was in full swing on day two, Friday June 28.
In the realm of high-school athletics, two brothers playing for the same team is not uncommon.
Rain, lightning and thunder may have put a damper on the first night of the four-day Country Stampede, but fans still rocked out to Little Big Town.
The performances begin Thursday with the first act starting a 5 p.m.
The Manhattan Catbackers held its annual golf tournament and banquet on Friday, with 60 golfers starting the day in a four-man scramble at Colbert Hills Golf Course.
rom all over the grounds, kids can be heard squealing and splashing at the pool, laughing as they weave rafts out of grasses, shouting for their friends to wait up as they walk to an archery lesson.
Teams from across the region — including clubs from Emporia, Hutchinson, Salina, Andover, Wamego and Kansas City — took part in the meet as the Marlins captured wins in 29 events throughout all four age groups.
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