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.
A Jeep SUV collided with a Volkswagen passenger car near the intersection of Tuttle Creek Boulevard and Tuttle Terrace on Tuesday, 5/6/14 around 7:30 AM.
The City of Manhattan is a bronze-level Bicycle Friendly Community, as recognized by the League of American Bicyclists.
The 25th annual Kansas Sampler Festival brought more than 150 communities Saturday to Wamego City Park to promote their unique attractions, businesses and landscapes.
The Indians won 9-1 in the first game before securing a 6-1 victory in Game 2 to complete the sweep of Emporia.
Art teacher Courtney Smith is having her students in kindergarten through sixth grade make paper beads, which are sold in the United States and matched in dollars through an agreement with the Bezos Family Foundation.
Using “The Great Gatsby” as the theme, the MHS junior class set the stage for the event at Manhattan Town Center.
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