Julius Walker and Caitlin Wolf were having trouble differentiating the narrative of their stop-motion film from other examples.
For the first time in months, Dan Harkin is relaxing.
The only factor that drove former Valley Heights head football coach Tony Trimble away from Blue Rapids was an empty bed.
By winning a state title in tennis to go with state crowns in cross country and track, Dan Harkin has entered the conversation about the best athletes in the history of Manhattan High School.
Another legendary Kansas State football player is set to be honored with a commemorative bobblehead. Tyler Lockett, one of the best pass-catchers in program history, now has a bobblehead of his own. The bobblehead, which is being sold by FOCO, launched Wednesday.
Kansas State golfer Luke O’Neill earned a spot in the match-play portion of this year’s British Amateur after posting a 4-under 138 over 36 holes.
The Kansas State Athletics communications office is one of the best in the country for the second consecutive season, according to the Football Writers Association of America.
Stormont Vail’s announcement that it is building a $38 million medical complex in Manhattan is a transformative event, for a couple of reasons.
It’s certainly worth celebrating the state government’s approval of a proposal to build a new museum here. It’s also remarkable how fast it all happened.
I’d like to brag for a minute. Not about myself, really, but about the newspaper that you’re currently reading. And ultimately, I’d like to say thanks.
Abilene’s Great Plains Theater is about 45 minutes from Aggieville. The company, which uses some professional actors, is now in its 27th season. We drove out to see the first night of the second show of the year, a production of “Grease.”
“In the Heights” has a script by Quiara Hudes and songs, many of them featuring rapped lyrics, by Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator of “Hamilton.” The film adaptation of the earlier show, directed by Jon Chu, is now showing in the local multiplex. Most musical fans will enjoy seeing it.
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.