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  • Arts, Leisure | April 30, 2014

    Moscow Festival Ballet show a tale of two halves


    For the second time in three years, Sergei Radchenko’s Moscow Festival Ballet company has performed the last of the more formal shows in K-State’s McCain Auditorium series. This time former Bolshoi Ballet principal Radchenko was sharing credit for costume and set design with

  • Columns | April 30, 2014

    Mental health challenges await

    On Thursday, April 24, Gov. Sam Brownback signed a proclamation declaring May as Mental Health Month in Kansas.  He released a statement through the Kansas Department of Aging and Disability Services saying, “We are here today to remind Kansans that mental illness is a common,

  • Local |Kansas State University | April 30, 2014

    Winning APDesign work on display in K-State gallery

    Work by students from Kansas State University’s College of Architecture, Planning & Design, or APDesign, for the annual Ted and Sue Knapp Delineation Competition is on display in the Chang Gallery at Seaton Hall through Friday, May 2. The gallery is open from 8 a.m.

  • Local |Kansas State University | April 30, 2014

    Kansas State to recognize Hofmeister with doctorate

    A Kansas State University alumnus who has led one of the nation’s largest oil companies and is now involved in energy security efforts will receive an honorary doctorate from Kansas State University. John Hofmeister, founder and CEO of Citizens for Affordable Energy and former

  • Local |Business |Kansas State University | April 30, 2014

    Financial counseling program at K-State gets State Farm grant

    Like a good neighbor, State Farm was there for Kansas State University’s Powercat Financial Counseling, or PFC, program. The insurance company has awarded the program a 2014 State Farm Good Neighbor Citizenship Grant for $15,000. The grant is awarded to organizations that foster opportunities in service

  • Local |Kansas State University | April 30, 2014

    Late freeze kills some fruit buds

    A recent late cold snap could mean less fruit this year. “If we had a tree or even some sort of small fruit bush that was in flower, it very likely could have killed the fruit buds,” said Ward Upham, Kansas State University extension agent

  • Obituaries | April 30, 2014


    Hazel (Keen) Roberts, 91, died Tuesday at the Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. She was born Aug. 17, 1922, in Fostoria. Funeral service information and a complete obituary are pending and will be released later by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home, 1616 Poyntz Avenue, Manhattan, Kansas 66502.

  • Men's Basketball | April 30, 2014

    Underwood top choice at S. Miss?

    According to CBS Sports, Stephen F. Austin coach Brad Underwood is believed to be the top candidate for the head coaching vacancy at Southern Miss. Sources told the website on Tuesday that the former Kansas State associate head coach and player had been offered the

  • Women's Basketball | April 30, 2014

    Ex-KSU signee Treece to play at Oklahoma

    McKenna Treece, who was recently released from her letter of intent with the Kansas State women’s basketball team, has committed to play at Oklahoma. The 6-foot-3 three-star forward was one of three early signees for the former K-State women’s coaching staff — joining Salina’

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | April 29, 2014

    Woman sentenced for pill mill connection

    TOPEKA — A Manhattan woman has been sentenced to two years of federal probation for her connection to a pill mill that authorities busted in August 2012. U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom stated in a news release that Sarah Harding-Huffine, 30, had been sentenced Monday after she pleaded

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