- State lawmaker accused of kicking boy: Stress caused 'mania'
- Hot, gusty weather could mean explosive fire growth in West
- Belarus Olympic runner who feared going home lands in Poland
- Three more deaths bring Riley County COVID death toll up to 52
- Roger Marshall calls for DOJ to investigate 'ESPN's role in the potential destruction of the Big 12'
Keith Isley sits outside his trailer surrounded by three empty lawn chairs. He’s not expecting company, save for his three horses — Badger, the palomino, Otis, the Beige Roll and his miniature horse, Pumkin — whom he reckons spend more time with him than his wife, Melanie.
As part of the County Fair weekend, Manhattan held its 48th Annual Kaw Valley Rodeo at CiCo Park from Thursday to Saturday.
CENTRALIA — At the corner of C Road and 96th, after miles of gravel-y roadway and fertile farmland, two punctured basketballs perch atop wooden posts.
U.S. Sen. Roger Marshall, a Kansas Republican and a graduate of both Kansas State and the University of Kansas, drafted a letter to U.S. attorney general Merrick Garland asking for the Department of Justice to launch a formal investigation into ESPN.
Gene Taylor has been chosen to join the College Football Playoff selection committee ahead of the upcoming season, a source confirmed to The Mercury Wednesday. The College Football Playoff organization officially announced the news Wednesday afternoon.
Another former Kansas State star will suit up in the NBA Summer League.
Now that the primary election race for the Manhattan school board is over, I am again calling on both political parties to knock it off. They both failed. Or they both succeeded. I don’t know which. Or maybe —probably — their tactics entirely backfired.
It appears certain now that Oklahoma and Texas will leave the Big 12 Conference and join the Southeastern Conference.
I had what I think is the most awkward mask moment of the entire pandemic this past weekend.
The Hoover Opera House in downtown Junction City is a wonderfully comfortable place to hear a little music. We recently lounged in the orchestra section to hear the first live show performed in that auditorium since the expiration of the virus lock-down.
I have been passionate about fantasy stories for years, and especially more so since the pandemic.
Not all coffees are created equal. Today we’ll meet a couple of artisan coffee roasters who have learned the truth of this statement and applied it to their remarkable coffee business.
Kansas’ biggest economic competitor is its eastern neighbor, according to one state leader.
Erin Dietrich said she and her husband, Chris Rea, have experienced plenty of what she calls “divine appointments” in the past four months.
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.