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  • Cameron: Royals-Tigers split means very little right now Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — So the mighty, four-time division champ Tigers have come and gone. And what we do know? Anything new? Nah, because tough as it might be to accept in this age of instant gratification, baseball remains a marathon .

  • Scholar to visit university in Oz to Oz program

    Peter Kell, a 2014-2015 Fulbright senior scholar, will visit Kansas State University on May 7-8 as part of the Oz to Oz program. Kell is head of the School of Education at Charles Darwin University, Australia. He is currently at .

  • JUNE KABRIEL

    June Nadine Kabriel, 92, of Wamego, died Saturday, May 2, 2015, in Manhattan. She was born Sept. 11, 1922, in rural Axtell. She was the daughter of Oliver and Nina Bridges Conable. She married Ernest M. Kabriel on Aug. 12, 1940, in Seneca. He died on May 20, 1989. .

  • Riley County Attorney’s Office Calendar

    Monday, May 4, 2015 9:00 – BKD 9:00   Atwood-Allison, Justin   Status (15 CR 227 Poss. of DP, DWS [1st])  JWG   III 9:00   Brazzle, Kimberly   Status (15 CR 256 Poss PD)  BCF   III 9:00   Brownlee, Brandi   Arraignment (15 CR 112 Felony Theft x2)  .

  • Lockett’s departure leaves holes

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Tyler Lockett is a megastar, the type of wunderkind that comes along only so often to the Flint Hills. The wide receiver/kick returner from Kansas State was selected in the third round on Friday night, the 69.

  • Cats rout Red Wolves to take series

    Kansas State junior Tyler Moore said the Wildcats found a renewed confidence this past weekend. Of course, putting up 28 runs in two days will do that for a ball club. The Wildcats blasted Arkansas State again Sunday afternoon in Tointon .

  • KSU breaks ground on soccer, football fields

    With the inaugural season of Kansas State women’s soccer debuting in the fall of 2016, the university announced Monday that ground has been broken on new practice and competition fields. An official groundbreaking ceremony for the new fields will be .

  • Navigating Twitter can be addicting Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    It might be less dangerous to be hooked on drugs than on Twitter. OK, that’s probably an exaggeration, but if you’re sniffing something you shouldn’t, at least there are doctors and meds to get you off the .

  • Avengers launches packed summer movie season

    Summer movie season launches this weekend with the release of “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” Almost every weekend brings another high-profile sequel, reboot or blockbuster to enjoy with a bucket or popcorn and a dose of arctic air conditioning. The slate .

  • Food, exhibits, donkeys draw thousands to Wamego City Park Festival2.phatch

    WAMEGO — Threatening skies Saturday morning weren’t enough to keep the crowds away from day one of the Kansas Sampler Festival. The traveling festival, held for its second and final year in Wamego’s City Park, features nearly 300 vendors and .

  • Johnson to give Landon Lecture Jehjohnsonfront.phatch

    Jeh Johnson, secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, will deliver a Landon Lecture later this month. Johnson will speak at 10 a.m. on May 27 at Kansas State University’s McCain Auditorium “Secretary Johnson’s visit to Kansas .

  • Researcher questions dismissal at hearing

    A former Kansas State University researcher questioned provost April Mason, the person who fired him, Friday during a grievance hearing regarding his termination. Biology researcher Joseph Craine was terminated from K-State in October after sending emails to the editor of .





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