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  • Panel: Schools must look to improve diversity, culture

    Universities have to take measures to create a different culture, said participants in a Landon Lecture Series panel.

  • Official: Tax sale auction list in flux

    The number of properties up for auction at this week’s tax foreclosure sale has dropped from 165 last week to 96 on Monday, and it’s changing daily, said Craig Cox, deputy Riley County counselor.

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    K-State business administration building ready for students

  • Taste of summer Watermelon1.mercury

    Enjoying the summer sun and the farmers market Saturday morning, area kids cooled down with some juicy watermelon and some light-hearted competition.

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  • City to discuss land sale

    The Manhattan City Commission will have a special meeting Tuesday to consider authorizing participation in an auction of nearly 100 acres of land.

  • Storms put a dark cloud over annual Band Day, but directors say it was still a good experience

    It rained trumpets and tubas Saturday, as most of the traditional Band Day festivities at Kansas State University were canceled because of weather.

  • Myers: KSU must get more research funding

    K-State needs to do a better job of acquiring research funding if the university is going to reach its goal as a top-50-ranked research institution, said Gen.

  • Second general suspended on same day as Grigsby

    A second general was suspended the same day as Fort Riley’s commanding officer.

  • MHS students use robotics to help local boy get on the move

    Avery Pozarek wants to get moving, but he currently needs a little help.

  • Now is the best time to harvest and hull black walnuts

    It is time to gather the black walnuts.

  • Man’s second chance job brings tears to eyes

    The people stood on their front lawn, looked at their house, and they began to cry.

  • LOCALS EARN SCHOLARSHIPS

    The Flint Hills Area Builders Association recently awarded scholarships to several area students involved in construction and related industry education.

  • FHCU ALUM EARNS RECOGNITION

    A former Flint Hills Christian School student recently received the National Merit Scholarship award as a commended student.

  • LOCALS EARN KSU SCHOLARSHIPS

    Several local students were awarded KState Alumni Association’s Legacy Scholarships.

  • Stingy K-State defense tries to stop Bears

    Since Bill Snyder returned to the helm as Kansas State football coach in 2009, the Wildcats haven’t held three straight opponents to less than 300 yards of offense.

  • Genesis to begin clearing site of new fitness center

    Crews will begin dirt work at the site of the future Genesis Health Clubs gym next week, according to its owner Rodney Steven II.

  • Grigsby target of official inquiry

    The commanding general of the 1st Infantry Division has been suspended pending an investigation just 13 months after taking command, the Army confirmed Friday.

  • Union expands schedule to 24/7

    The K-State Student Union will be open 24 hours a day from Sunday to Thursday beginning this weekend.

  • Manhattan man hurt in 2-car crash

    A Manhattan man was injured in a two-vehicle crash Thursday near the intersection of Tuttle Creek Boulevard and Walters Drive, according to a Kansas Highway Patrol report.


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