Stella Shaw, 4, stacks wood blocks at the Flint Hills Discovery Center’s newest exhibit, Measurement Rules, on Wednesday afternoon. The exhibit, created by the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, is an interactive venue designed to teach the concepts of measurement, like volume and height, to k…
The first question new Manhattan High volleyball head coach Nicole Jones had for athletics director Mike Marsh after accepting her new job was a simple one:
Manhattan High boys’ wrestling walked away with a top 10 finish at the 59th Tournament of Champions over the weekend.
In his eight seasons at Kansas State, Sunflower Showdowns have become like snowflakes for head coach Jeff Mittie. Each one of the 17 regular season meetings he’s been a part of have been a little different and a little unique.
Kansas State senior guard Mark Smith did not hesitate when the final buzzer sounded.
Kansas State football added a new face to the defensive backfield in Missouri transfer Shawn Robinson, a team spokesman confirmed to The Mercury on Tuesday.
The 25th-ranked Kansas State women dropped their second-straight conference game on Saturday after a 64-45 loss at Texas Tech that started bad and the Wildcats just never seemed to get better.
Marshall’s intent was to play politics with Fauci
A few thoughts about Bridget Everett, Bruce Springsteen and the nature of storytelling.
A couple of tips of the editorial cap:
Can it have been only 25 years since the release of the first of Wes Craven’s “Scream” movies? There’s a new one in town. It features four of the original cast members.
“LaSada.” That is said to be a Native American term for “place of peace.” It is also the name of a beautiful hunting lodge, shooting range and event venue located in rural Kansas.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — “Urban American Outdoors” is in the business of changing narratives — like the myth that Black people can’t swim. The Kansas City-based creators of the outdoors show put that notion to bed years ago with footage of a team of Black divers plunging into the South Pacific.
LIBERAL — Janeth Vasquez’s journey is a common story in southwest Kansas.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Before English, French or any European language was spoken in the spot of the map where Missouri sits, Native American tribes brought their own dialects to the region.