Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Feast for the holiday


Fourth-grade teacher Brooke Snyder helps distribute food to students during Woodrow Wilson Elementary School’s Thanksgiving potluck Monday afternoon.

K-State Sports
  • Men's Basketball | November 24, 2015 Wildcats trounce Mizzou

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Monday night’s contest between Kansas State and Missouri was billed as a matchup of two rebuilding, classic Big 12 rivals. The Wildcats made it look easy, though.

  • Women's Basketball | November 24, 2015 UConn beats Wildcats in a rout, 97-57

    Kansas State women’s basketball coach Jeff Mittie has wanted more effort from his team since the season started two weeks ago. He got it Monday night, despite the Wildcats coming up short against the top-ranked Connecticut Huskies and losing.

  • Football | November 23, 2015 5-7 football teams could go bowling this year

    The NCAA football oversight committee is expected this week to provide guidelines for matching bowls with sub.-500 teams if there are not enough bowl-eligible squads to fill the record 80 postseason spots available this year.

  • Football | November 23, 2015 Rhoads fired at Iowa State

    AMES, Iowa — Paul Rhoads was one of the most popular coaches at Iowa State. He just didn’t win enough to keep his job.

  • K-State 38, Iowa State 35

    Iowa State was on pace to finish with more than 600 yards of total offense and the Cyclones had moved the ball at ease. But the Wildcats flipped the script in the second half, keeping Iowa State off the scoreboard and forcing four turnovers to win, 38-35.

  • MBB: K-State 93, South Dakota 72

    It was the third straight game with three or more players scoring in double figures, as Dean Wade, Justin Edwards and Stephen Hurt each scored 15 points behind Barry Brown’s effort to carry the Wildcats to the win.

  • Editorials | November 24, 2015 Jobless numbers are welcome signs

    Unemployment rates are traditionally low in Kansas, but it’s been years since either Manhattan or Kansas has enjoyed the jobless rates recorded in October.

  • Editorials | November 24, 2015 Travel safely

    We encourage area travelers to take extra precautions to keep your loved ones warm and safe this Thanksgiving. It is a wonderful occasion.

  • Letters | November 24, 2015 Many contributed to success of recent Buttons ‘n’ Bows

    The just-completed Buttons ‘n’ Bows was once again a resounding success, thanks to the tireless efforts of many parents, students and com-munity volunteers.

  • Letters | November 23, 2015 Let’s protect young from themselves

    The overall death rate from all drug overdoses for Kansans 12 to 25 years old is 5.9 per 100,000. That might not sound alarming, but the rate doesn’t lessen the grief for the families and friends of those who suffer fatal drug overdoses.

  • Manhattan High School | November 23, 2015 MHS lands 13 on all-league football teams

    The Manhattan High football team landed 13 players on the All-Centennial League teams released by the league’s coaches on Monday morning.

  • General Activities | November 20, 2015 5-year-old golfer hits hole-in-one

    It may be another few years before Charlie Haney fully understands the scope of his accomplishment at Colbert Hills Golf Course earlier this month.

  • General Activities | November 18, 2015 Harkin wins tennis tournament

    Daniel Harkin won a major regional tennis tournament, and two other Manhattan kids also turned in impressive finishes this past weekend.

  • Area Schools | November 18, 2015 Seaman beats EMS

    The Eisenhower Middle School eighth grade girls’ basketball team lost to Topeka Seaman last Thursday afternoon, 32-10.

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