The Manhattan-Ogden school district will fight a six-figure gas bill from February.
Manhattan scored 37 runs in eight innings during its two-game sweep of Highland Park on Thursday.
Wamego beat St. Marys and Silver Lake in Thurday’s doubleheader at St. Marys High School.
Manhattan’s girls’ swim team scored 537 points to finish first at Wednesday’s Hayden High Invitational.
After a 2-7 start to conference play, Kansas State holds a 21-15 (4-8 Big 12) record after winning two of three games against Oklahoma last weekend.
Kansas State’s men’s basketball team is headed back to the T-Mobile Center later this year. The Wildcats will be one of four teams competing in the Hall of Fame Classic on Nov. 22 and 23 in Kansas City, Mo.
Former Kansas State forward Peyton Williams has secured a training camp roster invitation from the Seattle Storm.
Kansas State women’s golf team tied for sixth at the Big 12 tournament, which wrapped up Tuesday at The Club course at Carlton Woods in The Woodlands, Texas.
A couple of recent stories in the paper have got me thinking again about one of the toughest gigs in town: The high school basketball coach.
A white cop is in jail. A Black man is dead.
The Riley County Commission earlier this week wrestled around with the way it appoints members to the local police board. That’s nothing new, and I’m willing to bet you the wrestling won’t end for many years.
The romance genre sometimes gets a bad reputation, but I have always enjoyed reading about how other people work through their struggles and find happiness.
Caitlin Ann Deters and Christopher Lee Nobert announce their engagement.
The top public-sector earners in the area — not counting those at Kansas State University — saw an average raise of more than 5% in the 2020 calendar year compared to 2019. And the top 15 made more than $140,000.
Noting the Big Red One Year of Honor celebration, Gov. Laura Kelly on Tuesday declared that the Year of Honor be recognized throughout the state.
A K-State doctoral student held a door open and resisted when law enforcment officers tried to prevent him from letting in rioters during the U.S. Capitol breach on Jan. 6, an FBI agent says.
An 85-year-old Riley County man died Jan. 8 after testing positive for the coronavirus on Dec. 28, the Riley County Health Department announced Friday.