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    Larry Melvin Glover, 46, Alma, died at his home Sunday, April 19, 2015. The family provided some of the following information. Larry was born on April 11, 1969, in Wamego, to Robert and Margaret (Ellison) Glover. He would graduate from Wamego High School in 1988 and .

  • Mittie wants more opponents like UConn

    Playing Connecticut the next two seasons is just the start for the Kansas State women’s basketball team. The Wildcats’ head coach Jeff Mittie said Tuesday he plans to schedule marquee opponents like UConn every year, for a number of .

  • McDaniel trying to be a complete player Mcdaniel.phatch

    He’s the size of a safety and he hits like a linebacker, but those reputations aren’t good enough for Kansas State cornerback Danzel McDaniel. McDaniel, who transferred to K-State from Dodge City Community College before last season, established .

  • Huskers hammer Cats, 10-4

    LINCOLN, Neb. — The Kansas State baseball team surrendered seven extra-base hits among the 12 hits by Nebraska on Tuesday, as the Wildcats lost their third straight game, 10-4, at Hawks Field. The Wildcats (18-21) trailed early, allowing seven runs between the .

  • Johnson to Rutgers

    Nigel Johnson played at his best for two of Kansas State’s biggest games this season. On Tuesday, he became the second former Wildcat to transfer to Rutgers in the last four years. Johnson, who averaged 5.2 points per game this .

  • Bomb suspect appears in court

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. — The Topeka man accused of attempting to arm a 1,000-pound bomb inside a van earlier this month near Fort Riley pleaded not guilty Tuesday.  John T. Booker Jr., 20, appeared for his arraignment in U.S. District .

  • Board approves 3-story apartment project, residents say structure doesn’t belong in neighborhood

    Residents and planning board officials are still in disagreement over the proposed Islamic Center of Manhattan apartment building. The Manhattan Urban Planning Board on Monday unanimously approved the Noor Residence planned unit development, a proposed apartment building that will replace .

  • Law board approves body cameras for most officers Bodycam.phatch

    Cameras will capture nearly every Riley County police interaction in the near future. The Riley County Law Enforcement Agency Board on Monday unanimously approved a four-page policy on the use of body-worn cameras for the Riley County Police Department. The .

  • Old Chicago leaving downtown

    Old Chicago will relocate later this year. The restaurant, currently at 100 Manhattan Town Center, will move to the Grand Mere Village area, which is at the corner of Vanesta Drive and Kimball Avenue. General manager Mike Rice said the new .

  • Commissioners balk at proposed use of prime lot in business park

    The Pottawatomie County Commission Monday deferred action on a site plan for a prospective new business in Green Valley Business Park until it could confer with Pottawatomie County Economic Development. Gregg Webster, zoning administrator, presented a site plan from Robert’.

  • Work stopped at KSU Foundation site for injury investigation

    Steel work at the Kansas State University construction project has stopped as officials investigate a work site injury. A worker was reportedly injured shortly after 10:30 a.m. Monday at the construction site of the K-State Foundation building, 1800 Kimball Ave., according .

  • Residents cite housing, mental health as concerns

    Quality of life issues earned high marks among Pottawatomie County residents, but affordable housing and availability of mental health services were among the concerns of those same residents surveyed a year ago for the Pottawatomie County Community Needs Assessment. The .


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