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  • Letters | November 15, 2013

    Local sponsors, diners made Lions’ pancake feed a success

    To the Editor: The Manhattan Lions Club is grateful for all who purchased tickets and attended our annual Pancake Feed fundraiser in mid-October.  We also greatly appre-ciate the purchase of tickets and the donations by the following merchants and groups: Armour-Eckrich/John Morrell Meats,

  • Letters | November 15, 2013

    Go Manhattan High School!

    To the Editor: Manhattan High School is the greatest. We have the best teachers, the best students, and we care for one another in the Land of the Indians. Norma McNair MHS Class of 1945 2035 Strong Ave.

  • Football | November 15, 2013

    Cats have hands full with TCU defense

    A year ago, Kansas State’s 23-10 win over TCU ensured its path to the No. 1 national ranking. But it was the events in that game that junior center B.J. Finney remembers more, an offensive performance that disgusted him. Behind Heisman Trophy finalist Collin

  • Football | November 15, 2013

    Hubert lets his feet do the talking

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    John Hubert has never shied away from speaking his mind, telling you how he sees it — until this season. The senior running back hasn’t had much to say all year, routinely skipping out on media gatherings before and after games. It’s not that

  • Football | November 15, 2013

    Wildcats’ defense clamping down on opponents

    As the Kansas State football team has surged in recent weeks, much of the attention has gone to the emergence of the offense and the improved play of quarterbacks Jake Waters and Daniel Sams. But the other side of the ball has been making strides,

  • Women's Basketball | November 15, 2013

    Young brings versatility, explosiveness to Cats’ lineup

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    The last time coach Deb Patterson started four freshmen, Kansas State’s current foursome of young starters were barely even 10-years-old. Until last Friday’s regular-season opener, the last time the Wildcats had four freshmen in their starting lineup was 2005, a group that included JoAnn

  • Women's Basketball | November 15, 2013

    K-State WBB signs three to 2014-15 class

    Kansas State women’s basketball coach Deb Patterson announced the signing of three players to National Letters of Intent (NLI) during the early signing period on Thursday. The new additions to K-State’s 2014-15 class include forward McKenna Treece and guards Shaelyn Martin and Lauren

  • Volleyball | November 15, 2013

    KSU volleyball invades Lawrence looking for a win

    The Kansas State volleyball team is looking to ride the wave of some recent success to a Sunflower Showdown victory over No. 23 Kansas in a 6:30 p.m. match Saturday at Horejsi Family Athletics Center in Lawrence. “KU is tough,” said junior middle blocker and reigning

  • Manhattan High School | November 14, 2013

    Indians bracing for top-ranked Derby

    Manhattan head football coach Joe Schartz knows it will take a special effort from his team to upset the top-seeded Derby Panthers in the second round of the Class 6A playoffs Friday night at Bishop Stadium. The Panthers are riding a nine-game winning streak after

  • Local | November 14, 2013

    Westmoreland soldier honored as 1,600 flags line funeral route

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    WAMEGO — The streets of Wamego were lined with American flags Thursday to honor a fallen soldier. Sgt. Forrest Robertson, originally from Westmoreland but stationed at Fort Stewart in Georgia with the 3rd Infantry Division, died Nov. 3 in Afghanistan, and people from all over the state


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