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  • Men's Basketball | November 26, 2014

    Cats fall to Arizona in Maui semis

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    Kansas State was a single possession away from upsetting a top-five team Tuesday night and advancing to the Maui Invitational championship game. But trailing No. 3 Arizona by two points with 2:36 remaining, the Wildcats went empty on three straight trips down the court, including two missed

  • Football | November 26, 2014

    McCrane kicking his way into K-State record books

    Ten weeks ago, very few people even knew who Matthew McCrane was, let alone that he played football at Kansas State. Today, even after making 12 field goals in the last seven games, many wouldn’t be able to pick McCrane out of a lineup. But

  • Women's Basketball | November 26, 2014

    KSU women cruise past UTEP, 72-43

    Four players scored in double figures and Kansas State used a dominant first half to rout UTEP, 72-43, on Tuesday night in the opening game of the Hardwood for Hope showcase in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The Wildcats charged out to a commanding 43-15 halftime lead

  • Local | November 25, 2014

    Area communties planning Thanksgiving meals

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    A number of opportunities for a Thanksgiving meal are available around the area. The Thanksgiving community dinner in Manhattan will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday at Old Chicago, 100 Manhattan Town Center. It’s a free dinner, but donations will be accepted at

  • Local |Business | November 25, 2014

    State postpones vote on NBAF

    State leaders have postponed issuing bonds for a proposed federal biosecurity laboratory in Manhattan until the state bonding investment is legally capped. The State Finance Council decided Monday to postpone issuing $231 million in bonds for the National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility on the Kansas State

  • Local |Government & Politics | November 25, 2014

    Residents voice skepticism about building commission

    RILEY — Residents questioned the need for a new public building commission, or PBC, during a public forum with Riley County commissioners Monday at Riley Centre. The PBC would allow the county to approve building projects and issue debt without a public vote. “I thought the

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency | November 25, 2014

    Affadavit: Voices told man to kill uncle

    The man charged with a Nov. 10 murder at Belvue told authorities that voices in his head prompted him to kill his 77-year-old uncle. Christopher Arand, 36, said he used brass knuckles to knock his uncle unconscious, then put a plastic bag over his head to suffocate

  • Local |Education | November 25, 2014

    Fliter: Mail-in ballot would cost $63,500

    Members of the Manhattan-Ogden school board informed local government leaders at a Monday meeting that it would have to conduct a mail ballot if the district wanted to raise its local option budget authority to help fund USD 383 schools. The ballot, school board president Leah

  • Local |Business |Government & Politics | November 25, 2014

    Reopening road will cost $33,000

    It will cost an estimated $33,000 to restore Mariadahl Road to county standards, Pottawatomie County commissioners learned Monday. Jim Jenkins, assistant public works director, presented the commission with cost estimates for improving the half-mile roadway on the east side of Tuttle Creek, vacated by the county

  • Obituaries | November 25, 2014

    HAROLD HARTLEY

    Harold Lenard Hartley, 95, died Friday, Nov. 21, 2014, in   Lafayette, La.  The son of Frederick L. and Florence (Sullivan) Hartley, he was born on Jan. 20, 1919, in Salina.  He joined the Army in 1941and served in the European Theatre of World War II, landing on


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