Tuesday, January 17, 2017

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  • Manhattan High School | April 30, 2016

    Manhattan High Soccer: No Problems


    The Manhattan High girls’ soccer team didn’t let the less-than-ideal weather stop it from crushing Wichita Heights in an 8-0 rout.

  • Football | April 23, 2016

    Spring Showcase


    Much like last season’s spring scrimmage, Joe Hubener, Alex Delton and Jesse Ertz shared the job all afternoon during a 35-21 victory for the Purple at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.

  • Local |Business |Agriculture | April 23, 2016

    Tending to the flock


    The long-term residents of Ebert Sheep Farm in St. George include 125 ewes, six rams, one llama, two dogs and two humans. The dogs are Fluffy, a retired Great Pyrenees, and Concho, a corgi. The humans are Jeff Ebert and his wife, Kerri.

  • Arts & Leisure | April 23, 2016

    And all that jazz


    “Chicago” follows the story of the “merry mistresses of Murderer’s Row,” complete with all the glitz and glamour of the Jazz Age.

  • Local | April 16, 2016

    Memory boost


    How future Medicare patients are doing is critical, because county residents 65 and older have the nation’s highest rate of Medicare patients with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

  • Arts & Leisure | April 16, 2016

    Spike ball


    Spikeball, sometimes called roundnet, is a relatively new sport that can be played virtually anywhere.

  • Manhattan High School | April 16, 2016



    The Indians are headed to the Blue Valley Northwest Invitational, which features some of the top tennis programs in both Kansas and Missouri.

  • Local |Kansas State University |Arts & Leisure | April 09, 2016



    At a class through UFM Community Learning Center, Mhatre, a native of India and the instructor of the class, is introducing a new aspect of Indian pop culture to the area.

  • Local |Kansas State University | April 03, 2016

    Bridging the gap


    Joel Neises and nine other students are living at Meadowlark Hills retirement community for the spring semester as part of an anthropology class.

  • April 03, 2016

    Taking shape


    Student actors often have to portray characters who are much older or much younger. In “The Shape of Things,” they inhabit a more familiar world.

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