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Kansas State's defense remains a work in progress. [Read More]
Chabastin Taylor made a name for himself Saturday afternoon, but not before his head coach had mistakenly gave him another. [Read More]
The Riley County baseball team completed a two-game sweep at Clay Center Friday. The Falcons notched a 9-7 win in the first game and claimed... [Read More]
On a dreary day at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, raindrops weren't the only thing falling from the sky. There were plenty of footballs dropping toward... [Read More]
MHS softball dropped both games at Washburn Rural in the latest league doubleheader. The Indians suffered a 7-0 loss in the first game and a... [Read More]
The NFL officially released the Chiefs' 2018 schedule on Thursday, and once again the Chiefs will have no shortage of prime-time games. After appearing in... [Read More]
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The Manhattan High track and field team continued its dominance this season with a strong showing Friday. [Read More]
Alamosa Police Report for April 18, 2018... [Read More]
After a drought of 10-plus innings, senior Carson Marsh finally gave Manhattan High something to cheer about. [Read More]
Commissioners in Riley and Pottawatomie counties are at odds over a billing agreement for ambulance services. [Read More]
A trash truck accidentally dumped its load of garbage on US Highway 24 in Manhattan on Friday morning. A police officer blocked one lane of... [Read More]
Although Kris Kobach and I don't know each other personally, we have enough in common that I feel compelled and qualified to give him some... [Read More]
Giving runs in the Hale family. [Read More]
A Thursday fire caused an estimated $150,000 in damage to a Manhattan home. [Read More]
ARRESTS... [Read More]
The state government has a lot of problems. Here's another one: The system they've set up might actually prevent Manhattan from building appropriate schools. [Read More]
A plan is beginning to take shape to bring more parking to Aggieville. That's good. [Read More]
The Kansas Head Start Association recently named a Manhattan woman as one of the winners of the organization's 2018 awards and KHSA Scholarship program. [Read More]
Environmental activist to present at Student Union... [Read More]