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Brickwork

Brickwork

Workers start the process of replacing bricks Monday at 310 Poyntz Ave. The Salvation Army will remain open during the project.



  • K-State falls to Texas, 69-61, on Senior Night

    After the final buzzer on Monday night, Kansas State women’s basketball players up and down the bench were shedding tears, but not because of the game.

  • K-State hosts Texas on Monday

    Kansas State will conclude its regular season schedule on Monday night, as the Wildcats host (6/10) Texas at 7 p.

  • K-State grinds out 4-3 win over Liberty

    The Kansas State baseball team continued its best start to a season since 2011 with a 4-3 comeback victory over Liberty on Sunday at Lexington County Stadium.

  • Cats running out of time for tourney

    First it was ESPN, and then on Sunday another bracketologist dropped Kansas State from his NCAA Tournament projections.


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    MHS wins state wrestling title

  • STATE CHAMPS Mhswrestle17

    Manhattan High School wrestlers pose with the Kansas Class 6A championship trophy at the state wrestling meet in Park City. The Indians notched 170 team points to top second place Haysville- Campus’ 148.5.

Opinion

  • Superbly done, MHS wrestlers

    Congratulations to the Manhattan High School wrestling team and its coach, Robert Gonzales, for winning the 6A state wrestling championship Saturday in Park City.

  • Recent tour of LEC quite instructive

    To the Editor: A part of the monthly programming at the Riley County Seniors’ Service Center includes a tour of a local public or private business or organization.

  • Lions grateful for support of fundraiser

    To the Editor: To the people who helped support the Manhattan Lions’ Biscuit and Gravy Feed on Feb.

Lifestyle

    • MAC troupe offers farce ‘The Nerd’

      This past Friday evening Manhattan Arts Center’s Grosh Performance Hall hosted the opening night for Larry Shue’s 1981 comedy The Nerd, the third production in MAC acting company’s 2016-2017 performance season.

    • Advocate connects families, victims to help

      Families and victims of abuse or neglect who seek help usually have a lot of questions.

    • County extends garden lease

      Area gardeners can continue to use the Collins Lane community garden to grow their plants and vegetables at least for another 10 years.

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