With a doubleheader sweep — winning 4-0 and 10-0 — the Indians achieved the desired outcome, ending the regular season as league champs for the first time since 2006.
Odgen Elementary School’s “Fun on the Farm” field day Tuesday morning.
The Manhattan Mercury’s own Angry Alpacas on the field….
For 25 years, Bobbie Lonker has been the Beta Theta Pi fraternity house director, otherwise known as the house mom.
There were 121 vehicles at the park that dated back to Henry Ford’s Model T’s, and many of the show’s classics would be hard to come by these days.
The seventh-ranked Cowboys (36-13, 14-5 Big 12) roughed up K-State starter Levi MaVorhis for five runs on eight hits in just 2 2/3 innings of work to keep pace with TCU in their hunt for the Big 12 title.
On Friday morning, the students dressed in cowboy hats, boots and other western wear in a performance for Marlatt’s kindergarten through third graders.
The Indians were on pace to score far more than the 10-goal lead needed to end the game, but slowed things down after taking a 7-0 lead less than halfway through the first period.
The Tau Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia of K-State in partnership with the Manhattan/Riley County Preservation Alliance presented “Give My Regards To Broadway” an American Music Spectacular on Wednesday evening at Peace Memorial Auditorium.
The Manhattan High softball team lost a pair of games to the Vikings, falling 4-0 in the first game and 9-4 in the second game.
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