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  • Offensive assistant leaving for Rutgers

    Kansas State football assistant director of recruiting and offensive quality control coach Scotty O’Hara announced on Twitter on Monday night that he is leaving Manhattan to take a similar position at Rutgers University.

  • Wildcats get second chance to beat No. 2 Baylor

    Usually one to ponder his answer for a moment before addressing a question from the media, Kansas State women’s basketball coach Jeff Mittie immediately knew the answer to one in particular Monday afternoon.


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  • POMP & CIRCUMSTANCE Pomp

    Flint Hills Job Corps graduates celebrate receiving their diplomas during ceremony on Friday afternoon.

  • FARM DOGS | MARVIN, PAL Farmdogs2

    Marvin Hachmeister has never met a stranger, he certainly passed that on to his dog, Pal, an 8-year-old heeler mix. Hachmeister’s land just outside Wildcat Park is Pal’s domain. He keeps watch over the cattle and lives like a farm king. Pal often acts as a greeter at Wildcat Park, running to entering cars to put a smile on visitors faces. Pal even gets to go to races with Hachmeister; he competes in 10Ks with his faithful owner. Email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to suggest a farmer for this series.

Opinion

  • Civilian-Fort Riley ties invaluable

    Residents don’t need to be told that the region’s economy marches in something close to double time when Fort Riley is teeming with soldiers and their families.

  • MHS-East classrooms are too cold… or too hot

    To the Editor: I understand that USD 383 has put together a committee to look at the needs of facilities for the Manhattan-Ogden School District.

  • Repeal campus concealed carry

    The Kansas Legislature is more moderate now than it was a few months ago before citizens vented their frustration at the ideologically conservative bent of legislation on tax policy, education and other issues has hurt this state in multiple ways.

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State & Region

  • Marking Roe anniversary, abortion foes pin hopes on Trump

    TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Abortion opponents expressed optimism Monday that President Donald Trump's early months in office would advance their cause as hundreds converged on the Kansas Statehouse to mark the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion nationwide.

  • Kansas man admits robbing Kansas bank to escape wife

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — A 70-year-old man who told investigators after robbing a Kansas bank that he'd rather be imprisoned than with his wife has admitted carrying out the holdup.

  • Kansas State stuns No. 7 West Virginia

    MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — After coming close on a few occasions this season, Kansas State finally picked up that elusive win over a ranked opponent.

  • No. 2 Kansas' backcourt shines in 79-67 win over Texas

    LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Shaquille Cleare turned the ball over on Texas' first two possessions. Not even 40 seconds had expired before Kansas' Devonte' Graham drained a 3-pointer in transition.

  • GOP lawmakers try to end Kansas governor's business tax cut

    TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — With waning political support for an income tax break championed by Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback, fellow Republicans in the GOP-controlled Legislature are spearheading an effort to end it.





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